Category: 2009 Season

Dockers Travel to Columbus for Three-Team Series

The Cincinnati Dockers Australian Rules Football Club continue their 13th consecutive season on Saturday, July 11th when they head to Tuttle Park on West Oakland Avenue in nearby Columbus, Ohio for a three-team mini tournament against the Columbus Jackaroos and the Milwaukee Bombers. The matches are scheduled to begin at 1 PM.

The Columbus Jackaroos may be the newest team in the United States Australian Football League, but the history between Columbus and Cincinnati started on day one. Jackaroos co-founders, Chet Ridenour and Matt Reiss, currently the team’s president, are both former Cincinnati Dockers. Additionally, the Jackaroos’ first ever match was against the Dockers almost exactly one year ago. However, there will be no pleasantries when these two teams take the field.

The third team in the mix is the Milwaukee Bombers. Milwaukee usually provide very tough competition and are legitimate challengers for any competition they compete in. Last season, the Dockers lost a heartbreaker to the Bombers by one point after the Dockres’ lead for most of the game. This time around, the Dockers will look to go ahead and stay ahead at the end.
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Dockers Travel to Columbus for Three-Team Series

The Cincinnati Dockers Australian Rules Football Club continue their 13th consecutive season on Saturday, July 11th when they head to Tuttle Park on West Oakland Avenue in nearby Columbus, Ohio for a three-team mini tournament against the Columbus Jackaroos and the Milwaukee Bombers. The matches are scheduled to begin at 1 PM.

The Columbus Jackaroos may be the newest team in the United States Australian Football League, but the history between Columbus and Cincinnati started on day one. Jackaroos co-founders, Chet Ridenour and Matt Reiss, currently the team’s president, are both former Cincinnati Dockers. Additionally, the Jackaroos’ first ever match was against the Dockers almost exactly one year ago. However, there will be no pleasantries when these two teams take the field.

The third team in the mix is the Milwaukee Bombers. Milwaukee usually provide very tough competition and are legitimate challengers for any competition they compete in. Last season, the Dockers lost a heartbreaker to the Bombers by one point after the Dockres’ lead for most of the game. This time around, the Dockers will look to go ahead and stay ahead at the end.
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Dockers Renew Historic Rivalry Against Nashville Kangaroos

The Cincinnati Dockers Australian Rules Football Club continue their 13th consecutive season on Saturday, June 20th when they challenge their historic rivals, the Nashville Kangaroos, at Champions Park on River Road in Louisville, Kentucky, in their next Mid American Australian Football League (MAAFL) match. The match is scheduled to begin at 2 PM.
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Dockers Renew Historic Rivalry Against Nashville Kangaroos

The Cincinnati Dockers Australian Rules Football Club continue their 13th consecutive season on Saturday, June 20th when they challenge their historic rivals, the Nashville Kangaroos, at Champions Park on River Road in Louisville, Kentucky, in their next Mid American Australian Football League (MAAFL) match. The match is scheduled to begin at 2 PM.
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Dockers Host Chicago United in Regular Season Opener

The Cincinnati Dockers Australian Rules Football Club continue their 13th consecutive season on May 16th at Point Pleasant Park in Fairfield as they host Chicago United to kick off play in the Mid American Australian Football League (MAAFL).

In what will be the only true home game for the Cincinnati Dockers this season, they will once again combine with the Louisville Kings and form the Ohio Valley River Rats, the reigning United States Australian Football League Division 4 National Champions. Ohio Valley will have their hands full this Saturday, as they will face off against the reigning champions of the MAAFL, Chicago United. The match will take place at Point Pleasant Park on Resor Road in Fairfield, with a start time of 2 PM.

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Dockers Host Chicago United in Regular Season Opener

The Cincinnati Dockers Australian Rules Football Club continue their 13th consecutive season on May 16th at Point Pleasant Park in Fairfield as they host Chicago United to kick off play in the Mid American Australian Football League (MAAFL).

In what will be the only true home game for the Cincinnati Dockers this season, they will once again combine with the Louisville Kings and form the Ohio Valley River Rats, the reigning United States Australian Football League Division 4 National Champions. Ohio Valley will have their hands full this Saturday, as they will face off against the reigning champions of the MAAFL, Chicago United. The match will take place at Point Pleasant Park on Resor Road in Fairfield, with a start time of 2 PM.

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Dockers vs. Chicago this Saturday!

This Saturday, May 16th, the Cincinnati Dockers host Chicago United in Dockers’ only true home game of the season. The match will take place at Point Pleasant Park on Resor Road in Fairfield, OH, and starts at 2 PM.

Afterwards, be sure to join the Dockers for the official post-match party at Christy’s Rathskeller & Biergarten on 151 West McMillan Avenue in Clifton, OH at 7 PM.

Dockers vs. Chicago this Saturday!

This Saturday, May 16th, the Cincinnati Dockers host Chicago United in Dockers’ only true home game of the season. The match will take place at Point Pleasant Park on Resor Road in Fairfield, OH, and starts at 2 PM.

Afterwards, be sure to join the Dockers for the official post-match party at Christy’s Rathskeller & Biergarten on 151 West McMillan Avenue in Clifton, OH at 7 PM.