The South Metro Junior Football League (SMJFL) came into existence in 2012, after the Moorabbin Saints Junior Football League (MSJFL) was renamed in order to better represent the League’s geographical spread and its presence in south-east metropolitan Melbourne.
In 2016, the SMJFL will consist of 26 member clubs, 400+ teams playing Australian Rules football across 52 different divisions. The SMJFL caters for age groups ranging from Under 8s to Under 17s, including three divisions for girls – Under 12, Under 15 and Under 18.
With approximately 9,500 participants involved in the League each weekend, 2016 will be one of the biggest years yet in the history of the SMJFL/MSJFL.
Russell McMurray (SMJFL)
David Andrews (MSJFL)
Len Manzie (MSJFL)
Jack Chrapot (MSJFL)
David Landau (MSJFL)
Peter Henwood (MSJFL)
Steve Kilpatrick (MSJFL)
Bruce Stegelman (MSJFL)*
Geoff Bayliss (MSJFL)
Carl Russo (MSJFL)
Doug Willians (MSJFL)
Pauline Stegelman (MSJFL)
Colleen Inglis (MSJFL)
The following document lists SMJFL juniors who have gone on to become AFL players. If this list is incomplete for your particular club and you wish to add a former junior or juniors to this list, please email email@example.com.
The following document is the SMJFL ‘AFL All Star Team’, which was unveiled at the 2012 season launch. The team features the best 22 VFL/AFL players to have emerged from SMJFL clubs as judged by a selection panel consisting of several Herald Sun football writers.
A list of MSJFL/SMJFL premiers can be found by clicking here.
Player Recognition Awards
At the end of the 2014 season players were recognised for playing in the MSJFL/SMJFL for 7 or 10 years.