Roll of Hounour 2001-2011
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The Super 10s / 9s Competition was introduced by the Australian Rules Football League of Ireland to help smaller teams play Footy. It also helped the ARFLI teams field seconds teams or give first team players more playing time.
It lasted from 2001 to 2011 after which it became a competition for Women. Midland Tigers won the first Super 10s in 2001, then there were three three-in-a-rows from Leeside Lions, Dublin Demons and South Dublin Sawns before Belfast Redbacks took the 2011 title.
 TWIMG (2017) Australian Rules Football League of Ireland Logo [Internet] Available from: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/498229009742704640/lMxp3RkN.png [Accessed 23 March 2017]
 Australian Football League Ireland (2020) Roll of Honour [Internet] Available from: http://aflireland.ie/index.php/role-of-honour/ [Accessed 14 September 2020]
Thanks to Conor McGroarty.
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