President – Ken Hosking
Football Coach – Sam Stavenuiter
Netball Coach – Carly Enticott
The history of the Lorne Football Club is very long and varied even though they were very late in joining an official Association. In order to keep the local cricket team fit, a football team was organised. Players formed teams and played against each other. Before the current location of Stribling Reserve became available, all competition took place on the foreshore. Prior to joining the Polwarth Association, several invitation games took place amongst Lorne and other clubs/teams. It was noted in 1919 that Lorne competed in the Shire Of Winchelsea Association along with Winchelsea, Birregurra, Wensleydale and Deans Marsh. Lorne's colours were red and blue in this competition. There appears to be no further mention of a Lorne team competing in any official League or Association until the late 1920's.
David Wyles - 700
Martin Stewart v Forrest at Lorne 1997
Lorne 37 : 26 : 248 def Beeac 5 : 7 : 37 - 1980
games from Round 1, 2001 until the 2002 Grand Final
Lorne No.1 ticket holder
“We love supporting LFNC when in town, Our only disappointment is that we can not get there to watch games and generally be part of it due to our work commitments.
You have a great club with such a diverse range of supporters, players & officials, we think it is this mixture of unusual personalities that draws us to the club.
The LFNC is the heartbeat of the town, it’s where you need to be if you plan on being part of the local community.
Let’s face it, the young people run the town…..they supply all the food, they supply all the tradies, they supply all the girls, they hog all the waves and they do a great job representing Lorne FNC.”