ICC
  •  August 27, 2018

    The Swans have been on a high for much of 2018 and tournament season has just arrived for AFL Asia. A touring squad of over 50 will look to keep our season rolling in men’s and women’s’ tournaments in Phnom […]

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  •  March 4, 2018

    By Roy Horgan This coming Saturday at RMIT the Swannies will be looking for some revenge against good friends and close rivals the Eagles after being absolutely belted last year in Phnom Penh, as well as suffering a close loss […]

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  •  February 20, 2018

    Get out your diaries, contact Wide Eyed Tours, find those footy boots. With the Lunar New Year now past us the Swans have announced a huge calendar highlighted by 4 games in the first next 2 (and a bit) months […]

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  •  August 14, 2015

    On the back of tours to Philippines, Cambodia and Hong Kong, the Swannies will see another couple of stamps in their already chock-a-block passports this weekend with their first ever tour to the beautiful city of Luang Prabang, Laos for […]

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  •  August 22, 2014

    The Vietnam Swans have been unsuccessful in their bid to win an unparalleled fifth straight Indochina Cup title, with an honorable defeat to hosts Thailand Tigers to finish runners up with a 3-1 record. However, it was the inaugural game for the Embers coached Indochina All-stars team that took the headlines in a historic day for the development of footy in Asia.

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  •  November 28, 2013

    Melbourne’s Eastern Football League’s (EFL) website has just run a story about two junior EFL umpires who happened to be in Cambodia at the time of this month’s Indochina Cup in Phnom Penh. The original article has been reproduced below. […]

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  •  November 18, 2013

    Below is an article by Shane Hendrickson on the Vietnam Swans (being) victorious in seventh Indochina Cup. The article was published on World Footy News yesterday. The Vietnam Swans have won a fourth consecutive Indochina Cup, overcoming the Thailand Tigers, […]

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  •  November 11, 2013

    Photos of one game from the weekend’s Indochina Cup – the Vietnam Swans Vs Thailand Tigers – are now available online. The photos are by Jim from Jim at the Hotel California in Phnom Penh. The photos can be viewed […]

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  •  November 10, 2013

    For the 4th consecutive year, the Vietnam Swans won the Indochina Cup. The Cup, now in its 7th year, was played in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, yesterday. The round robin format is played annually between the Thailand Tigers, Cambodian Eagles, Lao […]

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  •  November 8, 2013

    On Wednesday, the Phnom Penh Post published an article by HS Manjunath on Eagles host Saturday’s AFL Indochina Cup competition. The article has been reproduced below. A tough and thrilling day of competition is on offer this Saturday for Phnom […]

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  •  October 30, 2013

    John Redmond is a natural at Gaelic football, footy and now as the self appointed tour leader for the 2013 Indochina Cup in Phnom Penh. Here, JR talks up the ICC where the Swannies are going for the 4-peat! The […]

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  •  October 27, 2013

    Steve Morrish is the President of the Cambodian Eagles. The Eagles will host the 7th Annual Indochina Cup in Phnom Penh on 9 November 2013. Below is the President’s welcome from the 2013 ICC Prospectus. On behalf of the Cambodian […]

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  •  November 18, 2012

    Below are the official results of the 2012 Indochina Cup held in Hanoi last weekend; namely, the ladder, tournament best and fairest and goal kickers. Position Team Played Won Lost Comp Points For Against Percentage 1 Vietnam Swans Reds 3 […]

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  •  November 16, 2012

    Micky “MJ” Johnston coached the Vietnam Swans Whites (“B”) team on the weekend at the 2012 Indochina Cup. Below is his overall perspective of the day. Whoever said the early matches are for removing the dew hasn’t played in Ha […]

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  •  November 15, 2012

    Matty Townsend, MC and Fines Master extraordinaire now turns his hand to sporting commentary and in depth analysis; specifically, Game 3 of the 2012 Indochina Cup played between the Vietnam Swans Whites (“B”) team and the combined Thailand/Lao team. The […]

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