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Formed in 1895, the Lucindale Kangaroos compete in the Kowree Naracoorte Tartiara Football League.

The Lucindale Football Club was a stalwart member of the Kowree Naracoorte Football League for many years, and has competed in the KNTFL since 1993. In recent years the Roos A Grade side has performed consistently well, winning premierships in 2005, 2011 and 2017, and otherwise consistently qualifying for the finals. The Roos 2017 premiership triumph was especially noteworthy in that they commenced their finals campaign at the elimination final stage.

The club forged an informal, unofficial connection with Port Adelaide for a time, with former Port players Nigel Fiegert, Steve Brosnan and Phil Smith at the forefront of the 2005 premiership success.

Lucindale Kangaroos

Lucindale Roos

Home Ground
Lucindale Recreation Reserve, Centenary Avenue, Lucindale

Lucindale is a small town in the southeast region of South Australia, located 345 km southeast of Adelaide. The town is best known for hosting the annual South East Field days, attracting over 20,000 visitors every March. The town was proclaimed in 1877 and named after Lady Jeannie Lucinda Musgrave — the wife of the Governor of South Australia, Anthony Musgrave. It was named Australia’s tidiest town in 1994.

1928, 1932-33, 1935, 1939, 1947, 1969-70, 2005, 2011, 2017