AFL
  •  November 18, 2015

    Developing on the success of last year’s inaugural AFL 9’s competition in Saigon, the Vietnam Swans and Ladies Saigon Gaels are excited to announce the 2015 / 2016 series! Last year this competition attracted over 60 players (both male and […]

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  •  October 9, 2015

    With the 2015 season now drawing to a close, it was again time for one of the biggest events on the Swannies’ calendar – Ladies Day! With such a good looking group of footballers, along with being both our last […]

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  •  September 30, 2015

    The Vietnam Swans will once again be hosting the only Official AFL Asia Grand Final parties in Vietnam on October 3, with massive events in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Hoi An. If you believe in supporting local footy […]

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  •  September 25, 2015

    The final home and away game before the Asian Champs holds a lot of interest from all sorts of angles, here we take a good look at 5 key points: The Ladies - What isn’t to love about Ladies Day??? […]

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  •  August 21, 2015

    Hong Kong Tour Report – 1 August 2015 99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer. Take one down and pass it around, 98 bottles of beer on the wall…. The story of the Vietnam Swans 2015 […]

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  •  June 30, 2015

    The Swan’s first Saigon home game of the season brings with it a whole lot of questions as we cross the midway point and head into a hectic second half of the 2015 season. Having not seen the Eagles for […]

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  •  June 10, 2015

    The Saigon chapter of the Swans along with the Ladies Saigon Gaels hosted a mixed international rules match on Saturday 6th June – the latest in a long line of successful mixed games to be played in the south. With […]

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  •  June 4, 2015

    The 2015 Manila International Cup is one that will go down in Swannies folklore and for good reason. The Swannies entered the tournament as massive underdogs, a home defeat to the undefeated Malaysian Warriors (who came into the tournament on […]

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  •  December 10, 2008

    You may recall that in the lead up to the recent Indochina Cup, the Cambodian National flag was changed to resemble a set of goal posts. Last weekend, two of the Vietnam Swans, Micky Johnston and Captain Gus McEwin took […]

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  •  March 21, 2008

    Below is the emailfrom the Australia Network which described what would happen once “normal transmission” resumes… Thank you for your recent comment about our scheduling of the 2008 AFL season. You will be pleased to know that the schedule will […]

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  •  March 21, 2008

    Danny Armstrong, a Vietnam Swan, shares his email to the Australian Network which was submitted prior to the “return to normal transmission” announcement. Danny describes the special place footy has when you’re in Asia. Dear Senior Management of Australia Network, I write to […]

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  •  March 21, 2008

    It’s midnight in Vietnam and footy is back on the box – one hour early. We weren’t expecting it until 1am. And then from 11 April it will be “normal transmission”. Bring it on.

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  •  March 20, 2008

    In an email just received by Austrade, the CEO of Australia Network, Mr Bruce Dover, has confirmed that the current (crazy) TV coverage of the AFL is “only until April 11 when normal transmission resumes”.  Austrade very kindly forwarded a copy […]

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  •  March 19, 2008

    Following a request from the Singapore Wombats to all Asian footy clubs, the Swans President sent out the following email to those on the list: In what threatens to erupt into a major diplomatic incident between Australia and Australians in Asia […]

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  •  March 19, 2008

    An email from the President of the Singapore Wombats wanting to right a television wrong: Folks, some of you would have no doubt seen the banter circulating about the raw deal we are getting here in Asia in relation to […]

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