Croydon Rangers Gridiron Club

Welcome to the Croydon Rangers, one of the founding clubs in this state and a proud member of Gridiron Victoria.

New players are always welcome, no experience necessary!

Feel free to contact us if you are interested in joining up!

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2017 Men’s Season Fixture

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The 2017 Gridiron Victoria Men’s season fixture has been released!

The club will host 4 games at the lush new Ranger Field, all 2pm kickoff.

  • Sat 15th June v Crusaders
  • Sat 5th Aug v Royals
  • Sat 19th August v Crusaders
  • Sat 16th September v Royals

The full 2017 Gridiron Victoria Senior Men’s Fixture is available now:

2017 Men’s Fixture

Sat 22 July

When vs Host
Sat 15 July Crusaders 2:00pm RANGER FIELD
Sat 22 July Warriors 10:30am Berwick
Sat 29 July Buccaneers 2:00pm Geelong
Sat 5 Aug Royals 2:00pm RANGER FIELD
Sat 12 Aug Predators 2:00pm Clayton
Sat 19 Aug Crusaders 2:00pm RANGER FIELD
Sat 2 Sept Warriors 10:30am Clayton
Sat 9 Sept Buccaneers 2:00pm Geelong
Sat 16 Sept Royals 2:00pm RANGER FIELD
Sat 23 Sept Predators 2:00pm Clayton

The playoffs will start in October.


Ranger ladies lock up the 1 seed in the penultimate round

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Croydon Rangers women have secured top spot going into the Gridiron Victoria finals.

This weekend the team traveled to Ballarat to face the Northern Lady Raiders, a formidable team with many strong, experienced players.

In their three-season history, the Raiders are the only team the Rangers have been unable to defeat.

This story appeared in the Herald Sun

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Week 5 Colts & Women’s Results

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Another weekend of mixed results for our local gridiron club the Croydon Rangers.

Both the Senior women’s team and under 19’s colts squad headed up to DR Atkinson Reserve in Reservoir for the 3pm and 6:30pm matches respectively.

Offensive Lineman Vanessa Brown celebrates a Touchdown with QB Bliss Love

Photo: John Torcasio

In the 5th round of competition, The women’s Rangers were facing an unfamiliar opponent, the rookie Monash Warriors women’s team. Coming out of a 36-8 win against the Pakenham Silverbacks last weekend, the ladies were sitting 4-0, undefeated at the top of the Gridiron Victoria ladder. The Warriors, also fresh from a convincing win over the Ballarat Kestrels were keen to bring their win-loss tally to 3-2.

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Rangers young sensation James Dall commits to US Junior College

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It is with great pride that the Jetmaster Heat & Glo Croydon Rangers can announce that the Stuart Thompson Landscapes Colts team captain James “Speedy” Dall has signed his intention to commit to the Junior College, Garden City “Broncbusters”, based in Kansas City, Missouri.

The Rangers James Dall has committed to Junior College as a Wide Receiver

James has been picked up as a Wide Receiver but is hoping to offer more than just his ability to catch when he lands in June. James has played as a Cornerback, Kicker, Punter and even Quarterback at Colts level, and Wide Receiver and Kicker/ Punter in the Gridiron Victoria Senior competition.

James was one of three Croydon Rangers to participate in the 2016 state trip to Singapore, where he was praised by State Head Coach Robert Smith. James is one of three Australian teenagers that have targeted by the college. Garden City has a solid football program and a reputation for nurturing players that graduate to NCAA College programs, and even have NFL players among their alumni.

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Ranger Colts battle all day against league leading Predators

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The Jetmaster Heat & Glo Croydon Rangers Stuart Thompson Landscapes Colts headed for Berwick in GV’s Week 3 action.

Sitting with a 1-1 record and missing a number of players through injury the Croydon Rangers knew they were going to have their hands full against the league leading South Eastern Predators; a team that had been dominating their opposition in the previous matches.

The first quarter saw a defensive struggle as the Rangers defence held the usually rampant Predators offence, whilst the Croydon Rangers worked the ball into good field position, yet failing to convert their opportunities; a theme that had carried over from the previous week. As the opening quarter drew to a close the Predators were able to capitalise on good field position and ran in the first touchdown of the day and converted the two point conversion.

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