NZ Kahu Head Coach announced for IC2020

Current Kahu Youth Girls Head Coach Mick Coultard has been appointed as the Head coach for NZ Kahu who will represent Aotearoa for the first time at the 2020 International Cup. 
 

Mick has a long history with development of AFL in New Zealand, first getting involved at local club…

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Women's Premiership ready to go

The AFL New Zealand Women’s Premiership is set for the big time as it prepares for the upcoming 2020 season beginning on Feburary 9 at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland.  
 

The Women’s Premiership will take place in conjunction with the current Men’s Premiership and will take…

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Applications open for 2020 NZ Senior Coaches

Applications are now open for the role of AFL New Zealand Senior Women’s Assistant Coaches for 2020.
 

The New Zealand Senior Men’s and Women’s team represents AFL New Zealand as its premier teams. The Men plays against the touring AFL Academy in April each year and…

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AFL International Cup heads to the Sunshine Coast

The AFL is pleased to announce the 2020 AFL International Cup (IC20) will be held on the Sunshine Coast from Saturday July 25 through to Saturday August 8.
 

In partnership with Tourism and Events Queensland and Sunshine Coast Council, the 2020 AFL International Cup will once again welcome more…

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Female Footy Frenzy set for kick off

The AFL Female Footy Frenzy events are scheduled for Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch with an aim of increasing participation and awareness in support of the ever growing female AFL New Zealand participation pathway.
 

The Female Footy Frenzy events are a starting point for those new to the game and…

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Women's Premiership locked in for 2020

The AFL New Zealand Women’s Premiership will return in 2020 following on from the successful inaugural competition earlier this year. 
 

The Women’s Premiership will take place in conjunction with the current Men’s Premiership and will take place over 3 weekends between February and April.

The female…

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Female Footy Frenzy events to drive Female participation

The AFL Female Footy Frenzy events are scheduled for Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch with an aim of increasing participation and awareness in support of the ever growing female AFL New Zealand participation pathway.
 

The Female Footy Frenzy events are a starting point for those new to the game and…

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Women's AFL on the front foot in Wellington

Wellington AFL (WAFL) recently held a successful information night for Female players interested in taking up the sport in the nations capital.
 

The WAFL proposition was to bring together up to 30 players to learn the game over a series of development sessions blending into the 2019 WAFL season…

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Central Allies, Eastern Allies name squads for AFLW U18 Championships

The combined Central Allies and Eastern Allies teams have been named ahead of next week’s round two of the NAB AFLW under-18 Championships.
 

Academy players Mia King and New Zealander Killarney Morey join five of their Tasmanian teammates in the Eastern Allies side, with the remainder of…

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AFL credentials to be tested

Killarney Morey will have to travel a bit further than expected for her sporting endeavours next month. That’s fine by her, though.
 

Instead of heading down the road to Invercargill, Australia’s sparkling Gold Coast will be her destination.

The 18-year-old student had originally been preparing…

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Morey one step away from AFLW

NZ Kahu member Killarney Morey is just one step away from realising her dream of playing AFLW after being selected in the 2019 Eastern Allies squad for the U18 AFLW championships on the Gold Coast.
 

After impressing the selectors playing for Tasmania during round 1 of the Champs in…

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Kahu duo set to swoop on AFLW National Champs

New Zealand Kahu, Jaimee Wyatt and Killarney Morey will travel to Sydney tomorrow morning to represent Tasmania at the 2019 AFL Women’s U18 National Championships.
 

The pair were selected on their performance when they played for Tasmania in the NAB League (Formerly TAC Cup) in April where they…

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