Latest News

More Manage Your Club News
Displaying results 306 to 300 out of 300

Go to top

More Play AFL News
Displaying results 306 to 298 out of 298

Go to top

More Play AFL News

Women’s Championships - Match Report Day 2

Cairns turned on spectacular early morning sunshine for the Women’s National Championships[more]

AFL World Team Announced

2013 World Team will compete at the NAB AFL Under 16 Championships in Sydney in July[more]

Talent Transfer

The AFL is looking beyond it's traditional recruitment window's to find the next AFL star[more]

Cadbury AFL 9s at the Gabba

Cadbury AFL 9s and Brisbane radio station, B105, recently gave listeners the chance to play on the Gabba[more]

AFL and Community Clubs Not So Far Apart

Collingwood CEO, Gary Pert says community clubs play a crucial role [more]

Displaying results 306 to 310 out of 676

Go to top

More Umpiring News

Suitcase...check, whistle...check

James Ralston is a young umpire on the move. Ralston, 26, who is rapidly progressing along the AFL’s umpiring pathway, has also just returned from South Africa as part of the recent AIS-AFL Academy tour. Ralston umpired each of the three tour matches including the clash between the Australian...[more]

A week in the life of an AFL Umpire

Umpires at the elite level are very busy people. Most have full-time jobs or study full-time outside of their football lives. So what exactly does a typical week entail for those at the top? AFL field umpire Brett Rosebury talks us through his week in the lead up to round four. Monday 7th...[more]

Umpire Exchange Shows the Way

THREE Geelong umpires are showing the way for aspiring young females by officiating in this Saturday's curtain-raiser to the Port Adelaide versus Melbourne match at AAMI Stadium. Field umpire Jacqui Ginn, aged 21, and boundary umpires Kaitlyn Marriner and Erin Keating, both 17, will represent the...[more]

Y umpiring is changing their approach

GEN Y – the affectionate term for those born roughly between 1980 and 2000 – is often the centre of some not-so-affectionate observations from more mature generations. Known for their disconcerting sense of self, Gen Ys aren't afraid to speak their mind and backchat their elders. They live at...[more]

Deboy dreams of AFL stage

FIFTEEN-year-olds generally don't tell a bunch of grown-ups what to do. But up-and-coming South Australian umpire Curtis Deboy was 15 when he got his first taste of senior football in the amateur league during his second year of umpiring. At 19, he was selected to umpire in this year's NAB AFL...[more]

Displaying results 306 to 310 out of 311

Go to top

More Schools News
Displaying results 306 to 234 out of 234

Go to top

Advertisement