It's been a long wait, but we can finally announce the two winners of our 2014 Indigenous Round community club competition.
As one of the Sydney Swans, and indeed, one of the AFLís most celebrated players, there arenít many more accolades that can be earned by Adam Goodes.
Tuggeranong Hawks youngster Liam Lupton was the only player from NSW and the ACT selected to compete at next month's National Under 16 Championships.
The third annual NAIDOC Cup will be played an Friday at Blacktown International Sports Park, with 100 children set to take part in the round robin competition.
The AFL is pleased to announce the 2014 Flying Boomerangs squad which will compete at the NAB AFL Under 16 Championships in July on the Gold Coast.
The AFL, along with Australian of the Year and Sydney Swans dual Brownlow medallist Adam Goodes launched the 2014 Indigenous Round in Sydney.
Last week's Kickstart Championships in Coffs Harbour were a great success, with three players from the NSW/ACT side selected for higher honours.
AFL legend Adam Goodes is helping to shape the next generation of Indigenous footballers from NSW/ACT with the creation of the Adam Goodes Talent Program.