EFNL TRANSFER NEWS

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Keep up-to-date with all the latest EFNL movements ahead of the 2020 season.  

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FEBRUARY 11 

Doncaster East embarks on Premier Division by welcoming back two-time best and fairest winner Jack Martin, after a year at Balwyn.

 

JANUARY 31 

Vermont signs Jeffrey McDonald, who makes the move from the Northern Territory after winning the 2019 Big Rivers Football League best and fairest, playing for the Arnhem Crows.

 

JANUARY 19  

Former Coburg-listed key forward Josh Fox has linked up with East Ringwood.

JANUARY 15  

Five quality signings for Balwyn, as the Premier Division club welcomes ex-Norwood (SANFL) winger/halfback Tom Forster; Tom Graham – son of former Hawthorn and Richmond defender, Mark; former Bundoora Bull (NFNL) and Templestowe Docker Anthony Soriano, who returns after a year away from football; Tatura’s Matt Shannon and Catani’s Paul Pattison.

DECEMBER 31 

Former Eastern Ranges ruck/forward Billy McCormack signs with Doncaster in Premier Division. The 198cm McCormack, the son of local great, Billy, is also listed with Box Hill in the VFL in season 2020 and impressed at the recent state draft combine.

DECEMBER 22 

Knox 2017 premiership star Marcus Jordan crosses to local rival, Wantirna South.

Jordan reunites with former Knox teammate and current Devils skipper Luke Williams, in a coup for the Division 1 club with the 27-year-old leading the Falcons’ goal-kicking for the past two seasons.

NOVEMBER 27 

A Panther becomes a Cougar, with Division 4 club Coldstream signing 2019 Surrey Park best and fairest, Damien Frisina.

NOVEMBER 21 

2016 Bayswater premiership star Dave Eddy returns to the Waters after playing the 2019 season with Ferntree Gully.

OCTOBER 22 

Former Melbourne forward Tim Smith has returned to the EFNL, with the former Upper Ferntree Gully junior linking up with South Belgrave.

Smith played 13 games for the Demons from 2017-2019, kicking 11 goals before retiring at the end of last season.

The 28-year-old joins his brother Mike at the Saints, and re-unites with former Kings personnel Tim Riseley and now South Belgrave senior coach, Luke Galliott.

OCTOBER 15  

Boronia welcomes three-time Wantirna South best and fairest winner, Taylor Leggate.

Leggate is a 2014 Devils premiership player, with the tall midfielder/forward playing over 150 games for the club.

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