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Cairns 2014/2015 Development Program Needs Coaches

AFL Cairns are extending an opportunity to any club coaches or personnel who want to be involved in the 2014/2015 Cairns Development Program. We are currently looking for U16 and U14 Cairns Lions Coaches as well as support staff (assistant coaches, runners etc).more

2014 AFL Cairns Grand Final DVDs available

AFL Cairns Seniors, Reserves, Women's, Colts, U15s and U13s Grand Final DVDs are available to purchase.more

Cairns Development Program 2014/2015

AFL Cairns Juniors would like to extend an invitation to attend Cairns 2014/2015 Development for player born between 1997 and 2002 (turning 13 in 2015).
Start Date: Monday 10th November 2014 @ Cazalys Stadium 4:30-5:30pmmore

AFL Queensland Level 2 Coaching Course, Talent ID Course and Coach Coordinator Course

Following the 2014 NAB AFL Draft, AFL Queensland will be running its annual Level 2 Coaching Course. In conjunction with this course there will be a Talent ID and Coach Coordinator Course, two critical roles in successfully running a modern football program. Please see attached and below for further information on the respective courses.more

Boone leads The Cairns Post dream team

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Souths and Port Douglas to battle in AFL Cairns preliminary final

SOUTH Cairns will consider their season a failure if they lose tomorrow’s preliminary final, but it will be anything but a walkover against a Port side with winning form and finals experience.more

Infamous final won't spur Croc's premiership charge

A fire still burns in Brad Cooper a decade on, but the Port Douglas coach insists the infamous grand final fight between the Crocs and North Cairns in 2004 is not a motivating factor ahead of the club's sudden-death semi-final tomorrow.more

Centres of attention in the qualifier

Much has been made of the feats of goal-hoarding pair Matthew Walsh and Paul Smith, but the men in the midfield will be just as cruical to the cause when Saints and Souths battle for a grand final spot at Cazalys tomorrow afternoon.more

Lions improve but fall one short of coach's target.

They won more games than in their previous two seasons combined, but that did little to soothe the pain of a fifth-placed finish for coach Marc Harbrow.more

Boot-iful effort by ace Walsh

3 points is all Centrals Trinity Bulldogs could muster in more than 120 minutes of football against Saints.more

One down, two to come.

Crocs flag chance of club triple.more

Manunda to learn fate next week

The AFL Cairns board are likely to announce their course of action early next week regarding Manunda's abandonment of Round 17 fixtures in Port Douglas.more

Cutters champ tops ton

Spearhead Smith overcomes shaky start to reach 100 goals.more

Saints second as Crocs' streak snapped

Saints will finish second on the AFL Cairns ladder after prevailing against rivals Port Douglas on a blustery Saturday at Griffiths Park.more

Battle on for second spot

Who will prevail in the battle for second?

Which team will finish with the spoon?

Can Paul Smith notch triple figures?more

Colts final to be a clash of styles

The best attacking team will meet the best defensive team in Sunday's inaugural Colts final at Cazalys.more

AFLCJ 2014 Grand Finals - Live Streaming

AFLCJ 2014 Grand Finals - Live Streamingmore

AFLCJ 2014 Grand Final Preview

AFLCJ 2014 Grand Final Preview

Welcome to the last day of season 2014 for AFL Cairns Juniors.more

AFLCJ 2014 Grand Final Day – Sunday, 24th August 2014 @ Cazalys Stadium

AFLCJ 2014 Grand Final Day – Sunday, 24th August 2014 @ Cazalys Stadium
(Picture: 2013 U12 Premiers, Cairns Hawks)more

AFLCJ Presentation Night Wrap Up

Presentation Night Winners 2014

(Picture: AFLCJ 2014 Colts Runner Up - Ashley Davidson (Port Douglas) & Reg Lillywhite Medallist (Best & Fairest) - Nathaniel Tamwoy (AFLCY Eaglesmore

Walsh bonanza puts him in race to a ton

A fifteen goal haul to Matt Walsh has seen him burst within sight of another 100-goal season and re-engage in the battle for the Golden Boot with the Souths' Paul Smith.more

Eagle style comes into fashion

Having locked in grand final appearances in their debut season last Friday, the Cape York House Eagles could afford to have a laugh at training last night.more

Timely return as Saints face test

The possible return of goal sneak Alex MacQueen should strengthen Saints as they prepare for another premiership tilt.more

Abandoned clash will affect teams

Port Douglas and Manunda will have their scoring percentage altered at the end of the home and away season due to the Hawks abandoning their clash in Croc territory a fortnight ago.more

Tigers claw a tough triumph

For a majority of the game, Manunda were the better side, but the class and experience of the North Cairns core, plus an almighty half-time blast from their coach, was enough to get them home in their Saturday afternoon clash.more

Rusty Crocs bring down Lions

A 13.16 (94) to 10.12 (72) win keeps them in touch with Cairns Saints - their battle in two weeks could decide who finishes second and third - but coach Brad Cooper was hardly satisfied with what he saw.more

Smith targets ton as Bulldogs torn apart

A 13-goal haul from Paul Smith has set him on track for triple figures, a feat that South Cairns members believe would be the first in their club's long history.more

Colts experience set to pay off in senior ranks

It has tested the limits of endurance, but the exposure to senior footy for many Colts players in tonight's semi-finals means quality football will be on show. The new under17.5 competition has provided some long weekends for many competitiors, who have backed up to play seniors or reserve at their respective clubs.more

Tigers not so toothless.

BACK-TO-BACK wins against teams they needed to beat have given North Cairns a small but welcome confidence boost at the back of what has been a bumpy season at ­Watsons Ovalmore

Coach call on Cutters to find winning edge

The South Cairns Cutters have shaken off a disappointing home loss last weekend to post a hard-fought 110-99 win against ladder rivals Cairns Saintsmore

Tigers boot home the victory as experience kicks in

A second half turn around has gifted North Cairns a dominant 132-71 victory against Centrals Trinity Beach at Crathern Park on Saturday.more

Cutters's axe hovers

Frustrated coach puts players on notice for Saints clash.more

Bulldogs a threat to Tigers

North Cairns coach Dave Arnfield says tomorrow's match against seventh-placed Centrals Trinity Beach will be anything but a cakewalkmore

Crocs too sharp for outclassed Cutters

Three quarters of dominant footy gave Port Douglas a valuable 34-point away win against ladder-leaders South Cairns on Saturday.more

Drilled Saints put paid to Hawks' good start

A first-half deadlock was not enough for Manunda Hawks to mount an unlikely win against Cairns Saints, fading away badly in the second half to suffer a 148-47 drubbing on Saturday.more

Volunteer Awards Story

Volunteer Award nominations to close August 1

Nominations for the AFL Queensland Volunteer and Coach of the Year Awards close Friday August 1.more

Lions hunt first final in more than a decade

Cairns City Lions coach Marc Harbrow reckons this weekend's clash against the North Cairns Tigers may as well be a grand final.more

Manunda fired up for Saints challenge

They may only be a mathematical chance of making the finals, but Manunda Hawks' flock of fledgling youngsters are primed to take flight against Cairns Saints this weekend.more

Saints beat Tigers but fail to impress coach

They might have romped home by 76 points but Cairns Saitns coach Nick Braybon was left somewhat dissatisfied with his side's win over North Cairns on Saturday.more

Smith scores 10 as Cutters maul Lions

South Cairns spearhead Paul Smith has rocketed to the top of the AFL Cairns goalkicking leaderboard after bagging 10 goals in Saturday's 108-point mauling of Cairns City Lions.more

Crocs slip away from a fighting Tigers pack.

A clinical lst quarter helped Port Douglas see off a plucky North Cairns outfit in a topsy-turvey clash at Griffiths Park.more

Saints atone with drubbing of Dogs

The Cairns Saints put last week's shock capitulation to Port Douglas behind them in commanding fashion on Saturday, beating Centrals Trinity Beach by 60 points.more

Corporate Packages now on sale for Cairns' 2014 AFL Premiership Match

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AFL Cairns U17 vs. AFL Goldfields Match Report

Several weeks ago, AFLCJ were pleased to announce that for the 2nd time, our AFLCJ Cairns Lions would take on the travelling AFL Goldfields (Country Victoria) in a representative match to be played at Cazalys Stadium.more

Crocs' 13-goal finish

Final-quarter blitz stuns out-of-luck Saints.more

Win over Manunda secures top of ladder for Cutters

Premiership leaders South Cairns overcame a spirited Manunda with an eight-goal second half to win their clash at Fretwell Park on Saturdaymore

That's gold: Cutters charity guernsey

THE South Cairns Cutters may be adorned in a “buttery hue” this weekend but the side won’t be playing “yellow” when it takes the field against Manunda at Fretwell Park.more

Saints no easy meal for Crocs

Port Douglas coach Brad Cooper says any complacency by his side will be punished when they go up against ladder leaders Cairns Saints this weekend.more

AFL Coaching Master class

Want to come and get some coaching tips from the great's of AFL?

Well AFL Cains in conjunctin with AFLQ have got an action packed coaching class with Guy McKenna, Kevin Sheedy and Brendan McCartney to host the night.

Registration is free, but you must register by calling AFL Cairns on 07 4042 3000, or by registering at: cairns.aflq.com.aumore

Saints tame Lions in bone-crusher battle

Saints flexed their premiership muscle at Griffiths Park on Saturday with a 72-point victory over fellow finals aspirants Cairns City Lions.more

Past heroics help build Saints' future

Twenty years ago the cupboard was bare.more

Second-half barrage buries hapless Lions

There was no greater example of the disparity between the top four and the bottom three teams in the 2014 AFL Cairns premiership than at Holloway's Beach Sporting Complex on Saturday.more

Lions, Crocs stake claim in AFL top 4

A CHANCE to remain within or jump into the top four awaits the winner of this weekend’s clash between Cairns City Lions and Port Douglas Crocs, as teams enter the crucial halfway point of this season.more

Women's All Stars Match

As many of you may know, Season 2014 is considered an “off” year for Senior Women’s Representative Football as the Women’s National Championships is held every 2 years. Most of which will remember AFL Cairns hosting the Championships in Season 2013 at Cazalys Stadium and Fretwell Park.more

Cairns Lions U17 vs. AFL Goldfields

AFLCJ are pleased to announce that for the 2nd time, AFLCJ Cairns Lions will take on the travelling AFL Goldfields (Country Victoria) in a representative match to be played at Cazalys Stadium, 2pm on Sunday 29th June 2014.more

Region's best to prove a point

North Queensland coach Barry Gibson has echoed his captain's thought and backed his region to prove they are worthy of a NEAFL side ahead of Sunday's game against South Queensland in Brisbane.more

Young gun fires up Suns Cairns clash

He grew up 4000km away, but Gold Coast young gun Jack Martin's roadtrip to AFL will resonate loudly in the next generation of Cairns talent.more

Richter to lead NQ as NEAFL case mounts

North Queensland captain Kane Richter says this Sunday's game in Brisbane is the perfect opportunity to prove the region deserves a team in the NEAFL.more

NQ U14 Representative Selection

AFL Queensland are pleased to announce the 2014 NQ Representative Squad for the upcoming Queensland State Academy Championships.more

NQ U14 Championship Results

Last weekend saw the Bendigo Bank AFLCJ U14’s Cairns Lions play AFL Cape York Crusaders in the 2014 North Queensland Championships played in Cairns. From our initial squad of 60 players who came to trial, 23 players of Cairns best junior talent were selected to participate in the championships over the two days.more

AFL Cairns President Gary Young out of handcuffs

99.5 Sea FM has officially launched its annual charity initiative, Give Me 5 for Kids, which has raised thousands of dollars for the children’s ward at Cairns Hospital.more

NORTH QUEENSLAND NAME FINAL TEAM FOR REPRESENTATIVE CLASH

NORTH QUEENSLAND NAME FINAL TEAM FOR REPRESENTATIVE CLASH

North Queensland has named a 23-man team to play South Queensland this Sunday June 8.more

Patient Hawks victors

Five straight goals in the final quarter helped the Manunda Hawks to their first win of the season at Cazalys, but it was their improved composure and patience through-out the game that proved the decisive factor.more

Sharp Saints trim Cutters back to size

Saints applied the clamps to South Cairns and the ladder-leaders faltered under the pressure, coughing up their first loss of the season at Griffiths Park on Saturday.more

Wary of North's potential

A losing streak that dates back to April 25 is not enough evidence to cast aside the quality of North Cairns, says Centrals Trinity Beach coach Peter Seymour.more

Sharpshooter to sit out key clash

A groin injury is likely to keep South Cairns Cutters recruit Paul Smith out of tomorrow's top-of-the-table clash with Saints at Griffiths Park.more

Dogs sniff success for Far North AFL

WHEN Richmond lost to the Gold Coast in 2011, Tigers boss Brendan Gale copped an earful as he left Cazalysmore

Storming finish shows Cutters are contenders

If the South Cairns Cutters are fit to lift this year's AFL Cairns premiership trophy, a win like Saturday's 16-point margin over Port Douglas may be the sort of result that could steel their confidence to reach such heights.more

Starstuck by class act

Indigenous / South Pacific give favourites a fright.

North Queensland coach Barry Gibson left Port Douglas a little bit surprised and extremely impressed on Wednesday night.more

Young guns take aim at nationals

Cairns trio Jack Bowes, Joel Karwan and Shawn Watson will fly the flag at the under-16 AFL national championships on the Gold Coast.more

Rivals' Dreamtime clash sparks plenty of passion

The special occasions have come thick and fast at Holloways Beach lately and are set to continue this Saturday in the annual Dreamtime By the Sea game between Cairns City Lions and North Cairns.more

Saints scorers be praised

The "other" forwards in Saints' front line were the benefactors as North Cairns negated perennial golden boot Matt Walsh on Saturday.more

Strugglers need to get assistance; Roe

Centrals Trinity assistant coach Jason Roe has called on the league's support to help equalise what he has labelled a lopsided competiton, before quality players start looking elsewhere for a game.more

Souths' joy, Gross ripper

Souths marched to another win on Saturday with young gun Jermaine Wardle stepping up again for the Cutters against the Lions.more

NORTH QUEENSLAND SQUAD NAME FOR SOUTH QUEENSLAND CLASH

North Queensland has named an initial 45-man squad to play South Queensland on Sunday June 8.

The South Queensland VS. North Queensland match is part of a revamped state representative program that will see a triple header played at Brisbane’s new $14 million Moreton Bay Regional Sports Complex – AFL Precinctmore

Power girls abuzz following first win

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Billy's bad surprise

English omitted from NQ squad


South Cairns captain Cameron Campbell has raised an eyebrow at the omission of teammate William "Billy" English from the 45-man North Queensland squad that was named yesterday.more

Bruising welcome for coach

New North Cairns Tigers coach Dave Arnfield knows just how stiff the task will be for his team after a rude welcoming to the post on the weekend.more

Roaring success: Brennan hits mark

The Jared Brennan experience was a success for the Cairns City Lions and the man himself hopes to make a habit of it after the club posted rare back-to-back wins at Holloways Beach.more

Port, Saints flex muscles in big Saturday triumphs

Most would have expected Saints to do it comfortably, but up the road even Port Douglas's most ardent supporters were surprised by the ease at which their Crocs got the points in a one-sided Saturday of AFL results.more

New rivalry gets serious

There was no playing nice as teams were selected for the inaugural Cairns All Stars v Indigenous and South Pacific AFL game to debut in Port Douglas later this month, according to selector Andy Viola.more

Band of Brothers

CAIRNS Saints had the benefit of some AFL experience at training this week � and at two metres tall, it was easy to spot the extra addition in the crowd.more

Jordan itching to shade Suns

Bulldog Jordan Roughead reckons he is embarrassed by the accolades that came his way after playing three quarters with a dislocated shoulder earlier this season.more

Dogs are great fit for Cairns

Say goodbye to Richmond and hello Western Bulldogs.more

Souths' kicking proves decisive

They have experience, fitness and a desire to win the contested ball, but it is South Cairns' precision kicking that sets them apart so far this season according to Manunda coach Brad Sinclair.more

Lions dig deep and reap their reward

Having cursed his side for a fourth-quarter fade-out last weekend, Cairns City Lions player-coach Marc Harbrow could not have been happier to see how they responded on Saturday.more

Walsh a step closer in golden boot table

Saints goal kicking machine Matt Walsh reminded anybody who was concerned about his form that he has still got it on the weekend, kicking 10 of Saints' 16 goals as they pipped Port Douglas in Crocs territory.more

Amateur hour as fixtures scrapped.

Port Douglas coach Brad Cooper believes the decision to forfeit the round that was lost to Cyclone Ita will be construed as amateurish by southern Aussie Rules leagues and players considering a stint in the Far North.more

Girls aim to reach new goals

Australian representative and North Cairns player-coach Jo Butland is fearful the AFL Cairns Women's League has moved too fast for its own good ahead of tonight's season launch.more

Lions face test of team spirit

Winless from four games, the Cairns City Lions know a victory this weekend is a must to restore faith in the playing group and the club.more

We must keep calm and carry on says Seymour

Centrals succumbed to their second big defeat in two weeks on Saturday, but coach Peter Seymour won't be making any changes to their game plan.more

Cutters vow to stay sharp

Souths are confident they won't run out of steam this season after starting so well, their latest victory a decisive one against the previously unbeaten North Cairnsmore

North Cairns Tigers beat Manunda Hawks in AFL Cairns Good Friday Clash

A WIN yesterday was the tonic the Tigers needed after a turbulent few days forced them into a quick search for a new coach.more

Tigers draw line in sand

Tigers coach Rod O'Reily has defended his hard line on junior development at the Cairns club ahead of tomorrow's clash with Manunda.more

Rebuilt Crocs seek fan boost

Port Douglas Crocs president Andy Smith has urged the town to get behind their new-look team, starting tonight at home against the Cairns City Lions.more

Roe happy to play Dogs' second fiddle

Bulldogs assistant coach Jason Roe is "spewing" his side didn't get a crack at North Cairns last weekend when cyclone Ita rolled into town.more

Footy first at Cazalys

THE Far North’s cricket leaders fear that the region will start being ignored by Cricket Australia, after the invitation to host two, four-day games between Australia A and South Africa A in August was rejected by AFL Cairns.more

Tigers roar loudest in battle of big cats

The improvement of Cairns City Lions was there to see, but North Cairns' clinical finishing meant the home side notched a win in their first home appearance of the season at Watsons Oval on Saturday afternoon.more

Manunda pay price for letting Saints run: skipper

Manunda co-captain Fred Pittorino says his side must keep the faith despite another hefty loss in round two, against Saints at Cazalys on Saturday night.more

Souths' win a sore point for all players

Souths celebrated a rare win in Port Douglas on Saturday night, in a game Crocs president Andy Smith rated as one of the most physical he had seen in 25 years.more

Troy Clarke Scholarship

Within days of Troy’s sudden passing at the end of October last year an idea had been raised and put to the Clarke family to create a scholarship in his honour that would assist a young footballer from regional Queensland to reach their potential both in football and life, just as Troy himself had done.more

Clough will add bite to Croc attack

Port Douglas coach Brad Cooper will get his worth out of North Cairns recruit Thomas Clough this season, saying the live wire utility can and will play in every position.more

Confident Lions out to avenge Tiger rout

This time last season the Cairns City Lions were licking the wounds sustained from a Tiger mauling.more

Battling Saints ready to fight

Upstaged by North Cairns' youthful squad last Friday night, Saints will face another young brigade at Cazalys in round two.more

Tigers coach hails win as one of the gutsiest

New North Cairns coach Rod O'Riley has lauded his make-shift team's round one defeat of champions Saints as one of the toughest displays he has witnessed.more

Bulldogs get grip on goals

Centrals held off the Hawks early before shooting away at their Crathern Park home for a 10-goal victory on Saturday afternoon.more

Not so fast for Tigers

TIGERS skipper Kane Richter admits his side peaked too soon last season, as they prepare for an AFL Cairns grand final rematch with Saints in tonight’s first round.more

AFL Cairns marks new season launching

The AFL Cairns season was officially launched last night for the first time in its history,administrators spruiking a new motto and imagery to consolidate how far the league has come since it began in 1956.more

Cutters praise Saints and keep cool heads

SOUTH Cairns were evidently rapt to win the weekend's AFL Cairns Preseason Cup, but made an even bigger effort to downplay the defeat of Saints ahead of this weekend's first round.more

NORTH QUEENSLAND REPRESENTATIVE TEAM COACH 2014

Representative football has a great history in Queensland and in particularly Queensland Country and South East Queensland.
The continued focus to ignite North Queensland as a brand will
enhance this concept.
We are looking for North Queensland to field its strongest team of best
senior talent to play South Queensland in a festival of Football at Burpengary.more

Cautious Cutters staying grounded after twin wins

It is that time of the year where what you see is not necessarily what you get.more

Cooper hunts for players to feed Crocs

Another off season, another recruitment drive to rival that of an Indian Premier League team.more

AFLCJ Under 16 Cairns Lions Selection

AFLCJ are calling on any players interested in being selected for the AFLCJ Bendigo Bank Lions U16’s Representative Side. To be eligible, players must be either 15 or 16, born between 1st January 1999 and 31st December 1998. Selections commence Monday, 17th March 2014 at Cazalys Stadium.
NQ U16 Championships will be played in Airlie Beach from Friday, 28th March 2014 to Sunday, 30th March 2014.more

Harbrows, fishing lure Brennan to Cairns' Lions

It started as a joke and the lure of a fishing trip was the deal maker.more

Lock giving Cutters new edge

Returning South Cairns player-coach Daniel Lock isn't looking forward to his next phone bill, such has been the time spent on planning the Cutters' assault on the AFL Cairns premiership this year.more

AFL Cairns boss recalls pragmatic administrator

ANDREW Demetriou's legacy with AFL Cairns was cemented in a no-nonsense email exchange three years ago.

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Trinity Beach battle elements.

Centrals Trinity Beach were the first Cairns team to hit the paddock in the preseason, facing as much of a challenge from the elements as Townsville's Hermit Park on Saturday.more

Cairns Coaching Course

Please find attached flyer for Level 1 Coaching Course, which will be held in Cairns on Saturday, 8th March 2014, commencing at 8:30am, High Flyers Room (top of the grandstand), Cazalys Stadium.more

Ex-Pies program boss for FNQ job

The man who helped establish Collingwood's multicultural program has been appointed as the AFL's North Queensland development manager to be based in Cairns.more

Lions will improve: Harbrow

HE isn't silly enough to make any bold promises of finals football or premierships.more

Masterclass Coaching Session - Friday 21st February Townsville

For any clubs interested, AFLQ will be hosting a Masterclass Coaching Session in Townsville as a part of the NAB Cup Challenge weekenmore

AFL giant is Pyramid's 100th brother

The difference in budgets, membership base or skill level could not be more stark, but Pyramid Power and Port Adelaide Power have more in common than just their playing guernsey.more

AFL giant is Pyramid's 100th brother

The difference in budgets, membership base or skill level could not be more stark, but Pyramid Power and Port Adelaide Power have more in common than just their playing guernsey.more

NAB Challenge Corporate Marquee - Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns

What a great opportunity to see the two AFL sides in Queensland playing in the 2014 NAB Cup Challenge at Tony Ireland Stadium in Townsville.more

Vacancy - Caretaker / Cleaner (Live-in) AFL Cairns / Cazalys Stadium

A vacancy has arisen for a caretaker / cleaner (live-in) for AFL Cairns / Cazalys Stadiummore

Hawk has an eye on Cairns 'cubs'

The Brisbane Lions have an extra set of eyes in the Far North in a massive boost for the AFL prospects of Cairns juniors.more

AFLCJ - Sign on Day - 16th February 2014

AFLCJ are running their sign on day, Sunday 16th February 2014.more

Vacancy for Match Day Managers

AFL Cairns is seeking expressions of interest for the role of Match Day Managers for season 2014.more

Sports trainer course to be held in Cairns

Please be advised Sports Medicine Australia will once again be conducting courses in Cairns in 2014, providing essential training for new Sports Trainers and re-accreditation for already qualified trainers.more

AFLCJ - Sports Trainers 2014

AFL Cairns Juniors are seeking qualified (minimum Level 1 Sports Trainers) for junior matchesmore

2014 NAB Challenge - Townsville

Come and watch the all Queensland clash between the Gold Coast Suns and the Brisbane Lions on Sunday February 23 at Tony Ireland Stadium. As the Suns look to climb up the AFL ladder in 2014 and the Brisbane Lions hope to return to the finals this will be a fierce clash for state pride. Led by Gary Ablett (2013 Brownlow Medalist) and the fearless Johnathon Brown, Townsville will come to life and shmore

Pyramid Power’s Brother Club international connection reaches 100 clubs.

In an extraordinary display of international friendship, Cairns based junior club, Pyramid Power, have just gained their 100th international Brother Club.more

AFL Cairns 2014 Fixture

The 2014 AFL Cairns fixture has now been finalised, with Round 1 commencing on Friday 28 March 2014 with a 2013 Grand Final replay, with Cairns Saints taking on North Cairns at Cazalys Stadium under lightmore

AFL9's Summer Competiton 2014

Welcome to Cairns AFL 9’s

This 9 week competition will be start Wednesday Night January 29th and will finish on March 26th 2014. We encourage individuals, family groups, businesses, football clubs, committees and friends to join up and create your “own” team.more

Great Accommodation deals with Rydges

AFL Cairns' accommodation partner, Rydges has a great deal for Cairns locals this summer.more

AFLCWL 2013 Pre-Christmas Competition Wrap Up

Congratulations to North Cairns who went undefeated and are AFLCWL 2013 Pre-Christmas Competition Premiers.more

Suburbs boss has kind word for AFL

Southern Suburbs rugby league president Stephen Harris has known for a long time that an AFL presence in Gordonvale was inevitable.more

Richter tops the AFL scale

Kane Richter, the man credited for transforming the culture at North Cairns, has won the AFL Queensland coach of the year award.more

AFLCJ 2014 Competition Restructure Survey

AFLCJ in conjunction with AFL Cairns and our Affiliate Clubs are looking at a competition restructure for 2014.

To assist us with making the right decision, we would like your thoughts and feedback. Please fill out the survey via the appropriate link below:

Players Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/N7P3KQ8
Parents & Supporters Survey: COMPLETEDmore

Healey spearheads Norths attack

North Cairns continued their unstoppable run through AFL Cairns Women's League Pre Christmas Competition with a shutout of South Cairns on Saturday.more

AFL clash rakes in cash for economy

THE local economy is primed to receive an economic injection of more than $4 million when the Western Bulldogs and Gold Coast Suns meet for their AFL clash in Cairns next year.more

Bulldogs set to play 2014 AFL match in Cairns

HOT DIGGETY

The Western Bulldogs will replace the Richmond Tigers as the Gold Coast Suns opponent in Cairns when the 2014 AFL draw is announced this morning.more

Vacancy - AFL Cairns Umpiring Manager

An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to join our small team at AFL Cairns in the position of Umpire Development Manager as a leader in the football community and to create a positive learning environment, which facilitates the improvement of on-field umpiring across all AFL Cairns competitions.more

Rydges - Tradewinds Christmas Parties

Support a local business that supports AFL Seniors & Juniors.more

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