Coaching

“Hopefully I can relate to them on a player level.”: Adam a boon for the Vultures

By Terry Wilson New Mt Gravatt coach Adam Boon agrees that getting stability in the top job at the QAFL club is one of the keys to his new role at Dittmer Park. Boon, 28, was the choice to replace

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Coaching: Level 2 Coaching Course Announcements

With season 2019 fast approaching, AFL Queensland has received plenty of interest regarding the Level 2 Senior Coaching Course at Aspley’s Graham Road Oval facility on November 17. Given the enormity of applicants registered for the course ahead of this

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Coaching Pathway offers coaches the chance to develop

Throughout 2018, AFL Queensland has made a committed effort to develop a strategic pathway for all coaches across all levels in Queensland. The coaching pathway includes four areas, catering for all levels of the coaching system, and provide the best

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Registrations for Level 2 Coaching Course Now Open

Registrations are now open for the AFL Queensland Level 2 Coaching Course at Aspley’s Graham Road facility. Unlike in previous years, the course will take place over just one day for both senior and youth ranks across Saturday November 17

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Senior Coach and Assistant Coach – Ormeau Bulldogs Australian Football Club

  The Ormeau Bulldogs Australian Football Club is a strong community based organization. Located at Ormeau half way between the Gold Coast and Brisbane. The Ormeau Bulldogs play in the QFA Division 5 competition.  The club is seeking expressions of

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Level 2 Coaching Course Announced

AFL Queensland is taking expressions of interest for the level two coaching course, set to take place from the 18th to the 19th of November at Bond University on the Gold Coast. In order to be eligible to take part

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Umpire Terry Carter reaches 500

Brisbane goal umpire Terry Carter has seen quite a bit in his time officiating, from the pulsing coastline of Geelong in Victoria, to the red dust of Alice Springs and the North-Eastern humidity only Queensland can afford. Once, at a

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Monkey Magic for Mt Gravatt in 2017

100-game player Troy “Monkey” Moncur will be swapping the boots for the board this year as Mt Gravatt’s senior coach. After eight years coaching in country Victoria, Moncur returned home to play for the Vultures in 2016. The 38-year-old played

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Tuesday Talking Points

Doing us proud Last year’s 2016 Female Diversity Championships might be in the rear view mirror, but the good news surrounding it keeps rolling in. Nine Queenslanders have been confirmed for the two national female diversity representative teams for 2017.

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Shattock hits the paddock with Labrador

Meet Labrador’s new senior coach, former Brisbane Lions premiership player Aaron Shattock. After a stint as Labrador’s assistant under Perry Meka for the last two seasons, Shattock is a familiar face at Tigerland and has already noticed improvements in pre-season

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National Coaching Course registrations close soon

The 2017 AFL National Coaching Conference is rapidly approaching, and it’s your last chance to register. Running from Friday February 3 to 5 at the MCG, the National Coaching Course attracts more than 400 coaches from across Australia each year.

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Redcliffe Tiger takes footy to Indonesia

Barry Anderson went overseas hoping to develop a love for AFL in young Indonesians, but he got more than he ever expected when Indonesia won the inaugural All-Asia Cup. When Barry and his family packed up their Brisbane home for

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Brown ready for new challenges

2016 Morningside co-captain Sam Brown has called time on his playing career, embarking on a coaching journey with the Panthers. Following a few personal doubts surrounding his body and the rigors of another season, Brown decided to hang up the

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Tuesday Talking Points

Baxter going back Dual Labrador premiership player, Josh Baxter, is returning to his Queensland footy roots in 2017 when he pulls on a Southport Sharks jumper again. As reported in the Gold Coast Bulletin over the Christmas break, the 2015

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Tuesday Talking Points

Coolangatta’s new man? One of the QAFL coaches from 2016 is headed down the highway. Matt Walder, who led Morningside in 2016, has taken the reins of the Coolangatta-Tweed football club in the QFA Division 2 for next year. Question

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Five AFL players, one Townsville club

There is a club on the outskirts of Townsville by the name of the Hermit Park Tigers who continue to punch well above their weight division. Why? Because when North Melbourne read out Josh Williams’ name at the NAB AFL

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New Kidd on the block at Grange

A big week for Wilston Grange has been capped off with the announcement of Laura Kidd as the new Head Female Coach. Just yesterday it was revealed Nathan Clarke would be returning to the Gorillas as senior co-coach, and now

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Clarke back home as Grange’s coach

Nathan Clarke is going home, signing on as co-coach of the Wilston Grange Football Club. Clarke will oversee the senior football department and will be the QAFL match day coach, while Matt Trewhella will focus on the development of players

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Moody to lead Caloundra

The Caloundra Panthers have announced the appointment of Steve Moody as Senior Coach for season 2017. He will lead the Panthers in the newly restructured QFA Division 1. Prior to his new role with the Panthers, Moody was Senior Assistant

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Participation numbers on the up again

Queensland’s love of Australian Football continues, with census figures announced today revealing a six per cent growth in participation for the state in 2016. 229,388 men, women and children pulled on a Guernsey this year, compared to 216,381 in 2015.

Posted in 150 Years, AFL, AFLQ, Club Management, Coaching, Diversity, Featured News, Female, Junior & Youth, kinderkick, McDonalds AFL 9s, NAB AFL Auskick, SEQ Community Football

Magpies’ Summer Skills Program Back Again

Summer might be just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean the opportunity for the youngsters to polish up on their skills isn’t there. The Western Magpies will be hosting a Summer Skills Program every Friday night from November 11

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QAFL Season Review: Western Magpies

Mark: B Thoughts: The prelim drubbing the Magpies copped at the hands of Palm Beach was a terrible way to finish the year. A loss in the penultimate week is never easy to swallow no matter what the margin is,

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Wildschut to lead the Panthers in 2017

After a few years away from club land, Steve Wildschut will return to the coaches box in 2017 after being appointed the Morningside Football Club Senior Coach. Wildschut, who has spent the last two years as the AFL Queensland Coaching

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Magpies name their new coach

The Western Magpies have names Brydan Morgan as QAFL senior coach for 2017. Brydan Morgan comes to the Western Magpies with over 15 years experience within various levels of senior football. As a player and coach he have been directly

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Level 2 Coaching Course Details

As coaches begin preparing for season 2017, the details around the final Level 2 Coaching Course of the year have been finalised. The course, which is open to Level 1 Senior and Youth coaches who have held their accreditation for

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Tuesday Talking Points

BnF The Best and Fairest winners just keep on rolling in, and this time, it’s Tom Overington at Sandgate. Tommy O had a fantastic year in the green and red, becoming their most prolific ball winner through the middle, and

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‘Nothing changes’ for UQ despite new division

They might be lining up in a different division next year, but the focus is still the same for UQ. Moving from the QAFL into the QFA Division 1 for season 2017 hasn’t changed the Red Lions’ outlook, with finals

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Six community clubs given elite reward

Six Queensland grassroots clubs have celebrated off the field this year after winning exclusive AFL opportunities through 2016 thanks to the FOX FOOTY Club Rewards program. As recipients of the Bronze-tier award FOX FOOTY Club Rewards program, three QLD clubs

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West Brisbane celebrate flag 20 years on

Nearly 20 years ago to day, the West Brisbane Bulldogs broke an 18-year premiership drought to claim the 1996 QAFL Premiership. Now, they are inviting everyone involved to come and relive it. On October 8 at the Story Bridge Hotel,

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Walder and Morningside part ways

Matt Walder has stepped down from his role as Morningside Senior Coach. Following the Panthers shock loss in round 18 that saw them miss the QAFL finals, a mutual decision between club and coach was reached, and they parted ways.

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