Taking women to the top

Queensland has experienced enormous growth in female football, and with over 9,000 girls playing in club and school based competitions it is our state’s fastest growing AFL segment.
Seven Queenslanders were picked in the inaugural draft that saw the first sanctioned female game played on the MCG between the Melbourne Demons and the Western Bulldogs.
Queensland currently has 56 female teams competing across four senior leagues (SEQ, Cairns, Capricornia and Darling Downs), four Under 15 and 18 leagues and two new leagues in Townsville and Mackay.
As popularity steadily grows, the need to achieve at State Representative level has increased as well.
With third place finishes in both the Under 18’s and Senior National Championships in 2013, the level of talent in Queensland is high for a developing state.
AFL Queensland is seeking to further lift the profile and position of female talent and is searching for an individual to drive this.
An elite level coaching position is now available for a passionate and highly skilled coach with the ability to take the female state teams to the next level.

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