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Formed in the 1890s, the Port MacDonnell Demons compete in the Mid South Eastern Football League.

The club was known as the Sea Rovers from 1919 to 1946.

Port MacDonnell’s four senior grade MSEFL premierships to date were won against Tarpeena in 1964, Tantanoola in 1979, Kalangadoo in 1998, and Mount Burr in 2012. The Demons have also finished as runners-up on no fewer than 11 occasions.

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Port MacDonnell Oval, Elizabeth Street, Port MacDonnell

Port MacDonnell is the southernmost town in South Australia. It is a small port located on the Great Australian Bight in the Limestone Coast region, about 477 km southeast of Adelaide and 28 km south of Mount Gambier. It is named after Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell, Governor of South Australia from 1855 to 1862. Once a busy shipping port, the town now relies heavily on its fishing and summer tourism industries, particularly the rock lobster harvest industry, proclaiming itself the “Australia’s Southern Rock Lobster Capital”.

1964, 1979, 1998, 2012