2015 AFL Youth Girls Championships


The 2015 AFL Youth Girls Championships will be conducted in Western Australia for the first time after the 2014 WA team won the Nationals for the first time from Vic Metro. The week long tournament in May will be played at Bendigo Bank Stadium in Mandurah (home of the Peel Thunderbirds). A Welcome Ceremony will open the Championships followed by games across 4 days before teams contest finals on Friday May 8.

City of Mandurah Mayor, Marina Vergone said it was fantastic to see female sport promoted and contested an a national stage.

“It’s an amazing opportunity for developing athletes to gain experience and for our local youth to be involved in an event of this calibre,” she said.

Eight teams will contest games across two pools with WA, Vic Metro, Queensland and Vic Country contesting pool A. Pool B will see a combined Northern Territory and Tasmania team compete against NSW/ACT, South Australia and the Woomeras. Indigenous girls who do not make their State team will come together to play in the Woomeras which also entails a strong education and leadership component for girls who have limited opportunities to pursue physical activity.

The umpires are included in the event as part of their talent pathway. AFL Manager Adam Davis will work closely with the WA Football Commission’s Darryl Sinclair and Dean Margetts to challenge and educate identified field umpires.

The local football community will be involved in clinics and will get behind the National event. Western Australia will be keen to retain their title in front of the home crowd whilst strong opposition should come from Queensland and Vic Metro.

Games will be livestreamed here beginning May 4.

2015 Fixture

2015 Rules and Regulations 

Latest News

WA Turn the Tide on Vic Metro to Win Title

Friday, May 09, 2014

WA have defeated powerhouse Victoria Metro in Grand Final to be crowned the 2014 Youth Girls National Champions.[more]

Woomeras Claim Title in Maiden Tournament

Friday, May 09, 2014

Courtney Hodder leads the Woomeras in a memorable win over NSW/ACT in champs decider[more]

QLD defeat Vic Country

Friday, May 09, 2014

Queensland has overcome Victoria Country to claim third spot in Pool A[more]

SA Finish Champs with a Win

Thursday, May 08, 2014

The combined forces of Tasmania and the Northern Territory’s best youth girls were no match for South Australia[more]

WA Earn Grand Final Birth

Thursday, May 08, 2014

A dominant display from WA results in a mouth watering title match against Vic Metro[more]

Vic Metro Book their Place in Big Dance

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Vic Metro are the first team to progress to the Grand Final after a hard fought win over arch rival Vic Country[more]

Woomeras Come Up Short

Thursday, May 08, 2014

NSW/ACT remain undefeated after big win over Woomeras[more]

Devils too Slick for SA

Thursday, May 08, 2014

An aggressive NT Thunder Devils proved to be too strong for SA, running away with the match in the final term[more]

History Made at Youth Girls Champs

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

NSW/ACT have won their first ever Youth Girls Champs match, defeating the Thunder Devils by 35 points[more]

Vic Metro Defeat QLD in Round 2 Clash

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Kayla Moore leads Metro to a tight win against a gallant Queensland[more]

Woomeras Come from Behind to Make it 2 from 2

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

The Woomeras have upset SA in Round 2 of the Youth Girls Nationals in Canberra[more]

Price Bags 8 as WA Breeze Past Vic Country

Monday, May 05, 2014

WA are now 1-1 after a convincing victory over Vic Country in improved conditions in Canberra[more]




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