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Manuka

Photo: austadiums.com

Manuka Oval (also known as UNSW Canberra Oval, and prior to that Startrack Oval for sponsorship reasons) is located in the Canberra suburb of Griffith and is the major football and cricket ground in the Australian capital. Between 1998 and 2006 the ground hosted a handful of North Melbourne home games, including three games involving West Coast, and from 2007 to 2011 it hosted a number of Melbourne and Western Bulldogs 'home' games against Sydney. Since 2012 the GWS Giants have played several home games each year at the venue.

Prior to North Melbourne's part-time use of Manuka as a home ground, in 1992 the nearby Bruce Stadium hosted a single AFL match between Fitzroy and West Coast.

Overall record[]

Games Wins Losses Draws Win %
Overall 3 2 1 0 66.7%
Finals 0
By opponent
North Melbourne 3 2 1 0 66.7%

Records[]

Biggest win: 24 points in Round 4 2006

Biggest loss: 33 points in Round 13 2004

Highest score: 143 points in Round 22 2002

Lowest score: 75 points in Round 13 2004

Highest score against: 126 points in Round 22 2002

Lowest score against: 71 points in Round 4 2006

Most goals: 6 by Phil Matera in Round 22 2002

Every game[]

Year Round Opponent Result Score
2002 22 North Melbourne W 143-126
2004 13 North Melbourne L 75-108
2006 4 North Melbourne W 95-71
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