The day will commence at 9am with the U11's Lightning Cup, followed by the U13's Grand Final between Port Macquarie Black v Macleay Valley Eagles at 10.30am then the U15's at 11.45am between Macleay Valley Eagles v Port Macquarie Black. The League Presentation and Awards will be held afterwards at Tacking Point Tavern commencing at 2pm. Congratulations and best of luck to all teams!!more

Wet weather update Sunday 17th August.

Games are still on today at South Kempsey. Don't forget to take a change of clothes. Good luck to all teams today.more


Congratulations to the following players who have gained selection in the U12 & U14's representative teams.
U12 carnival to be held in Newcastle, 6th July
U14 carnival to be held in Neslon Bay, 3rd and 4th July
See attached listmore

Start times for the season

Our start times for this season are as follows:
U11's - 9.30am
U13's - 10.30am
U15's - 11.45am

Enjoy your footy this season!more

U12 Hunter Invitational Rep Training

Training and trials for the this year's U12 Mid North Coast Rep team will commence on Sunday the 1st June at 1pm at Wayne Richards Oval, Port Macquarie.more

Swans stars visit the Port Macquarie area

Sydney Swans players Ben McGlynn, Dane Rampe, Lloyd Perris and Zak Jones will visit the Mid-North Coast on February 10 and 11.more

AFL Concussion Management Guidelines for Community Football

Concussion is a very topical issue at the moment in the AFL and the attached presents guidelines on how it affects community football.

These guidelines have been published by the AFL as a Position Statement on the Management of Concussion in Australian Football.  It is based on guidelines developed by the AFL Medical Officers’ Association which incorporate research that has been funded by the AFL Research Board and which was undertaken by Dr Michael Makdissi and Assoc Prof Paul McCrory.



Great offer from NAB for local footy clubs

May 2008, the National Australia Bank (NAB) formed a partnership with AFL (NSW/ACT) giving all senior and junior AFL clubs access to a potential revenue stream to tap into.

AFL (NSW/ACT) signed a Master Introducer Agreement with the NAB which means any club can refer customers, friends and family to the nab for home loans, investment loans, overdrafts, construction loans and business loans. Any loan which is approved and settled, the club will receive .66% (inc GST) of the loan amount - for example a $500K home loan will provide $3,300 in revenue direct to the club.more
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