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Women’s footy is taking off in Grafton

Women’s AFL is rapidly building momentum in the Clarence ahead of the planned introduction of a Grafton Tigers team into the AFL North Coast Women’s Competition in 2019. Three ‘demonstration’ matches are planned in the coming weeks and, with strong

Who will step up in round 5 of the Senior Comp?

This Saturday’s round of matches will go a long way towards shaping the season. The second local derby of the season between Sawtell Toormina Saints and Coffs Harbour Breakers sees bragging rights up for grabs. Far more importantly though, this

The Toyota Good for Footy Raffle is back for 2018

The Toyota Good for Footy Raffle is back bigger than ever in 2018, and this year Toyota is aiming for another record-breaking season. Last year, 418 grassroots clubs raised a huge $682,000, that they used to upgrade facilities, buy new

Sawtell jump clear of rivals

Sawtell Toormina Saints have opened a two game lead at the top of the ladder after a resounding win over the Port Macquarie Magpies. Both teams struggled early in the strong breeze at Richardson Park resulting in a rare first

Footy Show returns to the studio

In this week’s episode PT and Crawls look at Senior footy, Junior Cross Over rounds, and North Coast Force rep footy for Under 13s, Under 15s, Under 17s, Youth Girls, men, and Women. That’s a lot of rep footy! To

AFL National Inclusion Carnival

The AFL National Inclusion Carnival is an annual representative carnival for male athletes with an intellectual disability. The carnival not only gives some of Australia’s most talented footballers the chance to represent their State/Territory but is also an opportunity to

Round 4 is all about the needs

The early season, “finding the feet” period is over. Each team has played every other team once and this week’s round is about what each team needs. Sawtell Toormina Saints sit atop the ladder with three wins from as many

Does your club need help with facilities? Community Building Partnership Grant now open

The NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Grant Program to assist community AFL clubs has now opened for 2018. The program opened today and applications will be accepted until 5pm on Friday, June 15, 2018. Offered by the NSW Government, the

Senior Competition starts to even out

If Port Macquarie Magpies plan was to fly under the radar in the early rounds of the competition they ruined that for themselves when they beat defending premiers Coffs Harbour Breakers by 6 goals. New coach Russell Dawson must be

North Coast Force wants you!

After a hugely successful first year in existence, the North Coast Force Representative Program will be even bigger and better in 2018! This year’s program expands to offer two opportunities to play representative matches. In addition to the Northern NSW