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NZAFL to hold clinics in Gisborne

  • Tuesday, June 14 2005 @ 03:48 am ACST
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Oceania The NZAFL has announced plans to conduct a three-day tour of North Island city Gisborne, as part of their efforts to grow Australian Football in New Zealand's regional centres.

Blight returns to coaching to help PNG

  • Wednesday, April 27 2005 @ 01:43 am ACST
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In yet another coup for Papua New Guinean football, Australian football legend Malcolm Blight has agreed to coach PNG's national side, the Mosquitoes, if they make it to the grand final of the International Cup, in Melbourne this August. The following was compiled with the assistance of Henry Morabang (from PNG's The National).

Papua New Guinea praised by AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou

  • Wednesday, April 13 2005 @ 08:27 am ACST
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The 2005 AFL season was launched in Brisbane this year, and AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou was full of praise for AFL PNG. The organisation, responsible for an explosion in junior footy numbers in Papua New Guinea, has now formally come under the wing of AFL Queensland. The plaudits from Demetriou are the first for another country that we know from the top AFL official. The following report is from AFL PNG Director Justin Karcher.

AFL PNG launch their website

  • Friday, April 08 2005 @ 12:20 am ACST
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Oceania The Papua New Guinea AFL are one of the two big Aussie Rules organisations outside of Australia (the New Zealand AFL being the other). Although not large in full time staff, it is responsible for thousand of players and officials across the islands of PNG. It is tremendous to be able to announce the launch of their website.

PNG kids inspire comeback by Blighty?

  • Wednesday, March 23 2005 @ 01:21 am ACDT
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Oceania Football playing and coaching legend Malcolm Blight has spent the past few years relaxing in Queensland, away from the pressures of the AFL. But an impromptu training session with some talented young Papua New Guinean players may have rekindled his passion for coaching. The following story courtesy of AFL-PNG and Neil Kearney, from the 9th March 2005 The Advertiser, Adelaide, South Australia.

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