The 2017 AFL Preliminary Finals kick off tonight at the Adelaide Oval with Adelaide hosting Geelong. Tomorrow afternoon Melbourne time, Richmond will host GWS. The full international broadcast schedule can be seen below.
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Uncharacteristically for myself I'll get straight to the point. Â The AFL has a once in a generation opportunity to significantly boost world footy whilst at the same time add depth and colour to the AFLW, with a not unreasonable chance of even greater benefits down the track in terms of international representation for Australia's female footballers, all for virtually no cost.
The simple change - allow and encourage AFLW sides to add international rookies with no penalty to the number of players already on their lists.
The possible outcome - a pool of internationals ready to: boost the standard and colour of the AFLW, to promote the sport back home, to prove a semi-pro pathway exists, to one day provide opposition that will allow Australian women the chance to pull on an Australian jumper to play a true Aussie Rules international (a pot ...
According to Marc McGowan at the www.afl.com.au website, the next Irish jet might be one David Clifford â€“ a player who is turning heads in both Gaelic and AFL circles. But whether or not he considers trying Australian Football as a career option is up in the air.Â
IRELAND'S potential next great AFL export will perform in front of 80,000-plus fans on one of Gaelic football's biggest stages on Sunday.Â
Kerry's David Clifford, considered the Irish game's brightest talent in many years, will lead his county into battle against Derry as it chases an historic fourth-straight All-Ireland minor football championship.
The 18-year-old was at the heart of a war of words in May between former Gaelic star-turned ...
Thanks to Baltimore-Washington Eagles for the following match write ups by "Eagles" - the original can be found here. (Looking forward to the Sep 23rd BWE vs NY match - Ed.)
WASHINGTON, DC – Over 100 Washingtonians came out to see the Baltimore-Washington Eagles men’s and women’s teams at Anacostia Park on Saturday, as they played host to the Boston Demons and North Carolina Tigers.
It was a sunny day of Australian football in the nation’s capital, with canopies and picnic blankets decorating the boundary line, and the BBQ grilling all day as spectators watched the Eagles men’s and women’s teams compete in the first USAFL game ...
Essendon Football Club has today announced Conor McKenna has re-signed with the Bombers for a further four years. The press release follows.
The new contract will see the defender ‘Don the Sash’ until at least 2021.
McKenna said the decision to continue his journey with the Bombers was based on the bright future and vision of the club.
“Essendon has made my transition into football an easy and enjoyable one,” McKenna said.
“We have a great group of players, and the strong bonds I’ve made with my teammates have helped me develop my game and drive me to want to achieve success.
“I’ve enjoyed every moment with the club and am happy I will continue to represent the club for another four years.
“I believe in our vision, we have an ...
Mason Cox will remain a Magpie after signing a three-year contract extension with the club which brought him from the United States to Australia.
The 211cm American first began honing his AFL skills at Collingwood as a Category B international rookie in 2014 playing in the VFL.
Since, the Dallas native has played 20 AFL games – including nine as a key forward and ruckman in 2017.
Speculation in recent weeks around his contract had seen him linked to Hawthorn, Richmond and Brisbane as possible destinations for the American.
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