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Maher leads SEN to Cadbury AFL 9s win

Andy Maher's late goal sealed SEN's win at Etihad Stadium on Sunday[more]

Flying Boomerangs defeat South Pacific

Tight contest sees Boomerangs over the line[more]

Andy Maher to Lead AFL 9's SEN All-Stars

It may just be a friendly game of Cadbury AFL 9s, but for Andy Maher itís personal.[more]

Melbourne Win Historic Game

Top 50 Female footballers put on stunning display at the MCG[more]

AFL Women's National Championships

Victoria and ACT winners at the 2013 National Women's Championships [more]

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AFL Umpires swim through the Red Centre

The Red Centre of Central Australia was awash of red flowing muddy water for the recently completed AFL Umpires Road-show in the Northern Territory. The road-show was conducted by AFL Umpires Heath Ryan and Mark Thomson with a helping hand from AFLNT Umpiring Development Manager Mark Noonan and...[more]

AFLQ - U18 Youth Umpire Camp

AFL Queensland held itís first ever Under 18 AFL Youth Umpires Camp over the weekend with the camp designed to fast track the development youth umpiring skills throughout the state. The camp which was held from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th February at Tallebudgera Recreational Centre saw over 50...[more]

Former Blue switches to white in umpiring bid

DELISTED Carlton defender Jordan Bannister may soon find himself in charge of former teammates and opponents after joining a fast-track umpiring scheme set up by the AFL. The League's player to umpire pathway academy aims to establish a process for ex-players to move into umpiring. Bannister, who...[more]

A Family Affair

Aspiring AFL field umpire Ben Laycockís progression through the Western Australian umpiring ranks has been unconventional yet equally remarkable. But what makes his story so special and unique is very much a family affair. Laycock 17, began his umpiring career at the age of ten, under the shadows...[more]

Over the Hill - Not this Ump

Australian football offers many milestones to those who dedicate their time to the sport, yet umpiring 1,000 games is not a milestone that comes around too often. Geoff Coghill, 62, of Colac, chalked up that distinction when he patrolled the goal line in the Alvie versus Colac Imperials seniors...[more]

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