Asian Champs
  •  August 22, 2008

    The Vietnam Swans fundraisers This weekend, across the country, the Vietnam Swans will be out in force raising awareness about the Club and funds. Tomorrow night in Hanoi, with a little help from our friends, Jim Beam and JASPAS, we […]

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  •  August 9, 2008

    Tony Morwood Tony Morwood, the Sydney Swans’ General Manager for Melbourne and Canberra (who is wearing his Vietnam Swans hat in the side photo) has donated 2 Sherrin footies to the Vietnam Swans. The 2 Sherrins, delivered in Saigon yesterday, […]

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  •  August 4, 2008

    The Organising Committee for the 9th Annual Asian Championships, Singapore, 6 September 2008 has been released. Key pieces of informations are: 10 teams will compete (Laos replaces Japan this year) the teams will be split into two groups of 5 […]

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  •  August 3, 2008

    As the Asian Champs draw nearer, the Vietnam Swans in Saigon have just announced details of our fund raising BBQ which will put cash in the coffers and sausages in the stomachs. Danny Armstrong will host the event on Sunday […]

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  •  August 1, 2008

    The 2008 Asian Championships logo Here’s the logo for the 2008 Asian Championships that will be held in Singapore on 6 September 2008. Do you like it? Do you love it? Do you want to tell someone who cares? Post […]

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  •  August 1, 2008

    The Vientiane Victory   Last weekend in Vientiane, the Vietnam Swans had their first ever victory on foreign soil. In the Vientiane Victory, the Swans piled on 80 points to the Lao Elephants 55pts. Sammy Grigg snagged 7 sausage rolls […]

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  •  March 23, 2008

    Former Carlton Assistant Coach, Tony Liberatore has accused the Vietnam Swans of “tanking” matches at the end of last season. Speaking on the Footy Show last week, Liberatore cited the fact that the Vietnam Swans “lost their last four matches of […]

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  •  February 5, 2008

    The Swans Blog has received an email from the President of the Saigon Geckos’ Rugby Club regarding the proposal for a new footy jumper. Pago, who is an original member of the Saigon Saints, has been instrumental in resurrecting Aussie Rules in Saigon by […]

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  •  February 3, 2008

    Last week, the Swans Blog smashed through its 20,000th hit. Since then, we’ve recorded another 700 hits. In what has been a bumper month for the Swans Blog, January had 3,279 hits which is a world record. Our previous best month […]

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  •  January 12, 2008

    Following a meeting between the Presidents of the Vietnam Swans and Singapore Wombats in the Members’ Pavilion of the MCG on the 2nd day of the Boxing Day Test Match, Singapore will tour to Hanoi in 2008. The proposed tour is likely to […]

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  •  December 31, 2007

    2007 was a big year for the Swannies. Below are some of the highlights:  – It was the year that Hanoi and Saigon combined to form a national team, the Vietnam Swans. – The Vietnam Swans then made our inaugural […]

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  •  November 23, 2007

    The Swans Blog has just learnt that Singapore will host the 2008 Asian Champs. They expect the event will be held in mid August 2008.

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  •  September 11, 2007

    The airwaves are abuzz again with talk about hosting the 2008 Asian Champs. Where should it go? Who has the facilities? Who has two decent-sized ovals next to each other? Who has a location that is relatively cheap to fly to […]

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  •  August 18, 2007

    Yesterday the Swans Blog had 114 visitors which took us up to 7,000 hits. Today’s posting is the 200th. Surely, in some culture it must be lucky to announce 7,000 on your 200th? If there is, the Swans will give them […]

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  •  August 14, 2007

    One month to the day since the Asian Champs, we can now bring you the Match Report on the 4th and final match of our campaign; Vietnam Vs the Thailand Tigers. Special thanks to our Assistant Coach, Micky Johnston for […]

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