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QAFLW to be livestreamed in 2019

AFL Queensland is pleased to announce the streaming of Queensland Australian Football League Women’s (QAFLW) matches for the first time in 2019. Each week, at least one QAFLW game will be streamed live and free with play-by-play commentary. Over 19

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Join the AFLQ team as an Integrity Officer

As a part of the implementation and enforcement of the Total Player Payments Cap in the QAFL, AFL Queensland are seeking expressions of interest for the role of Integrity Officers. The successful applicants will only be engaged when an investigation

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Quick decision by Broadbeach skipper a coup for UQ

By Ant Wingard University of Queensland have ushered in the new year in style after capturing the signature of former Broadbeach skipper Nathan Quick for the 2019 QFA Division 1 HART Sport Cup season. The 29-year-old Broadbeach junior will join

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Winning flags is Watts it’s all about

By Terry Wilson Highly decorated left-footer Clint Watts knows what it takes to win senior premierships – after all he won seven of them as a player. Now, after completing his apprenticeship on the other side of the football fence,

Posted in Featured News, NEAFL, QAFL

2019 QAFL Fixture Released

By AFLQ Media  Good Friday football headlines a host of new and returning marquee games next season after the 2019 Queensland Australian Football League fixture was released today. In a competition first, Wilston Grange will host the Western Magpies on

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Grand Final rematch headlines opening round of 2019 QAFL Fixture

By Ant Wingard    @AntWingard The Broadbeach Cats won’t have to wait long for redemption in 2019 after the Round 1 matches for the Queensland Australian Football League season were announced today. Palm Beach Currumbin, who claimed the QAFL premiership against the

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“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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Southport’s Alan Mackenzie acknowledged with Service to Sport Award

By Ant Wingard    @AntWingard Southport Football Club President Alan Mackenzie was last night acknowledged for his contribution to Australian Rules Football in Queensland at the 24th Annual Queensland Sports Awards. Dr Mackenzie was one of three recipients to be awarded

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More of the Kangaroo: Eleven thousand supporters pack Perry Park for Grand Final

The following is an excerpt from More of the Kangaroo: 150 Years of Australian Football in Queensland. You can purchase your copy of the book here. Eleven thousand “Aussie rules” supporters pack Perry Park to see Mayne take on Kedron in the

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Representative football returns to QAFL fixture in 2019

Today AFL Queensland announced that representative football will return to the QAFL fixture for the first time in two years. A QAFL representative team will host a side from the Adelaide Football League on Saturday 8 June, 2019. AFL Queensland

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2018 AFL Draft: Queensland’s top prospects

By Ant Wingard   @AntWingard Ahead of the 2018 NAB AFL Draft next week, which commences next Thursday and continues over to Friday, we’ve previewed the best male footballers who could find themselves on an AFL list. With two teams in

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QAFL closer than ever as margins reach record low

By Ant Wingard    @AntWingard When Vulture’s sharpshooter Sam Stubbs clunked a desperate inside 50 kick on the shadows of full time in Mt Gravatt’s Round 18 blockbuster with Surfers Paradise, the fate of his team’s season rested solely on his

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“I feel there are exciting times ahead”: Zorko announced as Broadbeach coach

By Terry Wilson New Broadbeach Cats coach Beau Zorko feels he is walking into an operation that is ready to cement a spot among the QAFL’s power clubs. Zorko, 34, has been officially appointed by the Cats to replace Brett

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QAFL to berth five new coaches in 2019

By Terry Wilson Broadbeach and Mt Gravatt are the only clubs yet to confirm their coaches for the 2019 QAFL season. One month after the Grand Final, five clubs have signed new coaches with preliminary finalists Broadbeach (Brett Andrews), Morningside

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Every QAFL Best and Fairest Winner

By Terry Wilson ALL nine QAFL clubs have now had their presentation nights with back-to-back premiers Palm Beach Currumbin having one of the closest counts. Thomas Thynne took honours, but only by five votes from ever consistent Tyler Cornish. Broadbeach

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Trio of Panther veterans hang up the boots

By Terry Wilson   A TRUCKLOAD of experience has departed Jack Esplen Oval with three of Morningside’s finest ever players hanging up the boots. Kent Abey, Nathan Kinch and Matt Logan have all confirmed they are retiring,  which means a

Posted in AFLQ, Featured News, Front Page, QAFL

Footy the only sport for Connor McFadyen as draft draws close

By Ant Wingard   @AntWingard Brisbane Lions Academy member and draft fancy Connor McFadyen wouldn’t be alone as a prodigious talent in two sports throughout his teenage years. Along with his nous as a tall goal-kicking midfielder, McFadyen rose to prominence

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Draft prospect Dirk Koenen hopes to become next in family to step onto national sporting stage

By Sophie Wheeler The Koenen clan might need to add a few more shelves to what must already be an impressive trophy cabinet, as youngest-of-four Dirk Koenen gears up to be the next in the family to step onto the

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Claye Beams puts pen to paper with the Western Magpies

By Ant Wingard   @AntWingard Former Brisbane Lions defender Claye Beams will don the black and white next season after the 27-year-old officially signed on with the Western Magpies for the 2019 QAFL season. The confirmation was first announced by the

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From the Top End to the draft: Coleman’s football gamble is about to pay off

By Ant Wingard   @AntWingard At just ten years old, future draft hopeful Keidan Coleman packed his bags and travelled half way across Australia in hope of fulfilling his Australian Rules Football dream. Now, Coleman finds himself among a select group

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Special Feature: John Blair reflects on 37-year coaching career

By Myles Stedman This story first appeared on It’s Thursday October 10, 2002. Brisbane International Airport. The Morningside Panthers are meant to be here with their coach John Blair for their flight to Bali, but they’re not. Three days

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Gallery: J.A. Grogan Medal Night 2018

Images captured at the 2018 J.A. Grogan Medal Night. The event took place on the 16th of September in the Legends Function Room at the Gabba. More photos from the evening are available on the AFL Queensland Facebook page.

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“You just feel numb”: Broadbeach win QAFL reserve after dominant second half

By Ant Wingard Broadbeach have claimed the first of the two Grand Final showdowns with Palm Beach Currumbin as the Cats sailed to a comfortably 47-point win in the QAFL Reserve Grand Final. After overcoming a slow opening term, the

Posted in Featured News, Finals, QAFL, Uncategorised

Family the root of PBC’s QAFL success

By Ant Wingard When the final siren sounded in the 2018 QAFL Grand Final, the scenes captured on camera mirrored the same aftermath from the same game one season ago. Not only did the Lions prevail as the QAFL Premier

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PBC Reactions following Grand Final win

By Ant Wingard   Palm Beach Currumbin overcame a gallant Broadbeach outfit to claim back to back premiership with a 34-point win in the QAFL Grand Final. AFL Queensland was on the ground in the minutes following the Lions’ history

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Anthony wins Joe Grant Medal after five goals in the Grand Final

By Anthony Wingard A five-goal haul from Palm Beach Currumbin forward John Anthony was enough to seal the Joe Grant Medal as the former AFL veteran was judged best afield in the Lions’ QAFL Grand Final win over Broadbeach. In

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“We had the belief and the reward is a premiership”: Palm Beach Currumbin go back to back in QAFL

By Ant Wingard Palm Beach Currumbin has cemented themselves as one of the QAFL’s greatest ever teams by winning their second consecutive premiership against Broadbeach by 34-points on Saturday afternoon. The Lions now find themselves among an elite group of

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“I’m completely ecstatic right now”: Western Magpies win QAFL Colts Premiership

By Ant Wingard Image: Highflyer Images A six goal stretch in through the middle stages of the game laid the foundations for the Western Magpies to clinch the 2018 QAFL premiership by 23-points at Leyshon Park. The Magpies booted an

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QAFL Grand Final Preview: Palm Beach Currumbin v Broadbeach

By Terry Wilson PALM BEACH CURRUMBIN v BROADBEACH At Leyshon Park, Yeronga, 2.30pm Saturday Palm Beach Currumbin: Ins: Alex Dawson, Steve Thynne. Outs: Harry Hulls (omit), Ashton Crossley (omit). Broadbeach: Ins: Luke McGuane, James Royes, Jack O’Shea, Benji Neal. Outs:

Posted in Featured News, Finals, QAFL

QAFL Grand Final Team Lists

QAFL Grand Final Team Lists Saturday, 22 September 2018 Palm Beach Currumbin v Broadbeach at Leyshon Park Yeronga, 2.30pm Live stream: PALM BEACH CURRUMBIN FB: 22 L. McNeven, 2 D. Neuhaus, 6 S Thynne HB: 27 A McKenzie, 32 J Emblem, 11 J

Posted in Featured News, QAFL

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