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  •  March 19, 2012

    The New Willy, Dave “Wotcha” O’Shea, from Binh Duong, reports on the latest Swannies’ function: the Inaugural Combined Aussie Rules and Geaelic Football Match that was held on Saturday – St Patrick’s Day – in Saigon. Is it just me […]

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  •  March 13, 2012

    It’s official. We do have a real Rick Trewavas Medal – see photo to the side with Rick Trewavas in front of a picture of Bobby Skilton outside the entrance to the Bobby Skilton Room. Originally, this medal was to […]

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  •  March 12, 2012

    National President, Phil Johns, gives another energetic update on all the big happenings around Vietnam with the Swannies. Dear Swannies, Sponsors and Supporters The Cambodian Cannonball Run Hanoi – Battle of the Codes Hoi An/Danang – Swing to Swim Saigon […]

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  •  March 3, 2012

    Congratulations to the Cambodian Eagles had too many answers for the Swans this afternoon. The Swannies were looking good in the first three quarters – when it was discovered that the Swans had 18 players and the Eagles had just […]

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  •  March 2, 2012

    *** Please not that the line on the Rick Trewavas Medal at this Cambodia trip was changed from “Bloods Breed BOGs” to “Butter Up Bloods”. It was decided to award it to the Swannies most courageous player rather than “best” […]

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  •  December 3, 2011

    Danny Armstrong retired after the Swannies won last year’s Indochina Cup. Now living in Shanghai, he flew in for this year’s ICC and to see off his mate, Dezza and another Club Legend, Dan Kindness. Game 1 Game 1 was […]

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  •  November 29, 2011

    Dave O’Shea has been known to sleep with the footy. Last weekend, he played for the Swannies in the Indochina Cup held in Vientiane, Lao. This was his first ever tour with the Swannies. When told that he would be […]

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  •  October 13, 2011

    Damo Judd, member of the Coaching Panel and Gun Swannies’ Player, prepares the match report of last Tuesday’s game against the Royal Australian Navy. When the troops arrived for kickoff on Tuesday at 5.00pm, spirits were high but the clouds […]

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  •  July 30, 2011

    As well as Ron and Ailsa Vernon being Swannies, they are great supporters of an orphanage in Vung Tau. Below is an excerpt from their July 2011 Newsletter. We have been back from Vietnam for two months and we are […]

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  •  June 24, 2011

    Dez Limbrick gives us the Saigon Weekly News. Gents, after a huge trip to Malaysia last week, we have decided to have a rest from training this week so that you can all have the week off to recover and […]

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  •  June 2, 2011

    Yesterday, the Swannies managed to pull off a victory against the AFL Masters in a twilight match in Saigon. The final scores were: Vietnam – 6. 8. 44 AFL Masters – 4.10.34 Afterwards, we headed off for the after match […]

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  •  June 1, 2011

    Saigon Prez, Dez Limbrick speaks about today’s twilight match between the Swannies and the AFL Masters. Just a reminder about the big match today against the visiting AFL Masters Team. The match will kick off at RMIT at 5pm sharp […]

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  •  March 20, 2011

    Just because the Swannies are busy doing everything else, it doesn’t mean that we’ve stopped doing the normal things in life – like getting married and having babies. On 30 December, Heater and Paula had a beautiful baby boy named, […]

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  •  September 4, 2010

    The Swannies managed to pull off a tough victory against a determined Cambodian team. The final score was Vietnam 7.9. 51 to the Cambodian Cobras 4.9. 33. The Swannies voted Matt Townsend as the winner of the Rick Trewavas Medal. […]

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  •  September 3, 2010

    The Saigon Prez, Dez, delivers the weekly update including the big one against the Cambodian Cobras tomorrow. Vietnam Swans vs Cambodia RMIT will be buzzing again tomorrow afternoon as the Vietnam Swans take on the touring Cambodian Cobras.  The match […]

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