The Australian Football League today launched the 2014 AFL Multicultural Round at the Many Cultures One, Game breakfast held in Melbourne at MAIÀ.
The AFL is pleased to announce the 2014 World Team squad which will compete at the NAB AFL Under 16 Championships on the Gold Coast in July.
The third annual Intensive English Centre championships was held at Blacktown International Sports Park on Wednesday, with a record number of participants.
One of the highlights of the AFL NSW/ACT Multicultural calendar, the annual Intensive English Centre Cup, will be held on Wednesday in Western Sydney.
Wagga's Frank Newah-Jarfoi was honoured for his service to multiculturalism in NSW this week, his work including a partnership with AFL NSW/ACT.
It's been a long road from Africa to pulling on a representative jumper for two young Wagga footballers, who are competing for NSW/ACT in the All Nations Cup.
The underage Multicultural National Championships, the All Nations Cup, is nearing its business end in Coffs Harbour, with the NSW/ACT team right in the mix.
Fourteen AFL Multicultural Community Ambassadors for 2014 have been announced, including the 2013 ambassador of the year Sue Yeon, of Greystanes.