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Founded in 1946, the Lincoln South Eagles compete in the Port Lincoln Football League.

The Eagles were particularly successful during the 1950s and 1960s, winning 3 out of 5 grand finals in the 1950s and 3 out of 4 in the 1960s.

Their most emphatic grand final triumph came in 1970 when they trounced Marble Range by 96 points, 20.16 (136) to 6.4 (40). Their most recent flag win in 2002 was also at the expense of Marble Range, but this time around the grand final was a much closer affair, the Eagles edging home by 7 points, 9.9 (63) to 8.8 (56).

Lincoln South Eagles

Lincoln South Eagles

Home Ground
Centenary Oval, Hallett Place, Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln is a city on the lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. It is situated on the shore of Boston Bay, which opens eastward into Spencer Gulf. It is the largest city in the West Coast region, and is located approximately 280 km from Adelaide. The city is reputed to have the most millionaires per capita in Australia. The town claims to be the “Seafood Capital of Australia”. British naval explorer Matthew Flinders discovered Boston Bay on in 1802. He named the body of water, Port Lincoln, in honour of his place of birth, Lincoln. As a result Port Lincoln is twinned with Lincoln in the UK.

1946, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1964, 1969–70, 1972, 1981, 1983, 1991, 2002