In what is set to be a stellar weekend for female football across NSW and the ACT, there are some big finals in Sydney and Canberra with titles up for grabs.
St Ives junior Mitch Wright has claimed the 2013 Kieren Jack Medal at the Greater Sydney Juniors (GSJ) AFL Presentation Night held earlier this week.
AFL NSW/ACT would like to join the Sydney Swans in congratulating Paul Roos on his appointment as senior coach of the Melbourne Football Club.
Osborne’s Dean Terlich has finished third in the Melbourne Demons’ Best and Fairest award after playing 20 games in his first year at the club.
Pillars of Strength and AFL NSW/ACT teamed up to provide a memorable experience for fathers at last Friday’s game between the Swans and Hawthorn.
Tuggeranong Hawks President Annette Ellis is among five women who have been selected as finalists for the 2013 Football Woman of the Year (FWOTY) Award.
Swans trio Daniel Hannebery, Kieren Jack and Jarrad McVeigh have been nominated by their teammates for the 2013 Be the Influence AFL Players’ MVP Award.
The GWS Junior Grand Finals were a resounding success when the best young talent in the region took to Skoda Stadium on Sunday September 1.