Year President Coach Best & Fairest Golden Goanna How Was It?
2012 Dan Atkins Rob Scarlett      
2011 Andy Peyton Andy Lavendar Rob Scarlett   A Tough Year!
2010 David Ogilvy Patrick Sullivan Wayne Richardson Annmaree Scanlan JAFL Premership
2009 Ron Mitchell Patrick Sullivan Josh Pearce Ron Mitchell (Inaugural recipient of the Golden Goanna) JAFL Premiership (Seven team format) Narita Cup Runners-up
2008 Ron Mitchell Bish Dan McGrath   JAFL Premiership
2007 Shane Flanagan Dan McGrath Craig Huddleston   JAFL Premiership
2006 Mathew Hegarty Peter Hosking Travis Wilson   JAFL Premiership
2005 Mathew Hegarty Mick Stones Shane Flanagan   JAFL Runners – Up
2004 Richard Coleman Cameron Brooker Dan McGrath   JAFL Premiership
2003 Craig Foster Peter Hosking Matt Jacobs   JAFL Premiership
2002 Tim Richards Little Jimmy Hill Nick Crean   JAFL Runners – Up
2001 Peter Hoskin Chuck Jones Paul Quirk   JAFL premiership
2000 Callum McAree Marty Charlton Ryan Sullivan   JAFA Runners-up
1999 Shane Sibraa Troy Beard Ryan Sullivan   JAFA Premiership
1998 Simon Evans Graham Anderson
(Super Coach)
Simon Evans   JAFA Premiership
1997 John Rudkin Kim Bebbington Simon Evans   JAFA Premiership
1996 Simon Hrabrar
John Rudkin
Kim Bebbington Simon Evans   JAFA Runners-up
1995 Kim Bebbington Bernie Tierney Simon Hrabrar   JAFA Premiership
1994 Peter Calver Bernie Tierney John Rudkin   JAFA Premiership
1993 Peter Apps Craig Ford Bernie Tierney James Dean JAFA Premiership
1992 Peter Apps (appsy) Game Day
Coaches
    JAFA Premiership
1991 No president Game Day
Coaches
    JAFA Premiership
1990 No president Game Day
Coaches
     
1989 Peter Wilson Game Day
Coaches
     
1988 Peter Wilson Game Day
Coaches
     
1987 Peter Wilson Game Day
Coaches
    In these years the Aussies in Tokyo played as the Tokyo Battlers. The games from this time were played on a semi-regular basis.
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