The Wagga Wagga Multicultural AFL program has been going strong for five years, and last week the locals were delighted by the surprise visit of a Swans star.
This week marks the 2015 Toyota AFL Multicultural Round, the annual celebration of cultural diversity in the Australian Football community.
AFL NSW/ACT is delighted to announce the inaugural winners of its three Multicultural Player of the Round divisions.
A red-hot Queensland outfit won a landmark state women's match against NSW/ACT in Sydney on Sunday afternoon, beating the home side by 47 points.
Three players from NSW/ACT have been selected to represent the World Team in the upcoming National U16 Championship to be held on the Gold Coast.
Australia's first mostly Muslim women's AFL team broke down cultural barriers when they ran onto the hallowed turf at the MCG for a historic curtain-raiser.
Wagga 14-year-old Jacob Ochieng is the talk of St Mary Mackillop College this week after his landmark selection in the AFL Multicultural program's 'World Team.'
Sydney AFL's Auburn GIANTS will head to Melbourne to play in an historic curtain raiser at the MCG on Sunday, 14th June.