Term 4 Monday Night Aussie Rules
Moruya Gundary AFL Ground
10 week competition starting on Monday 12th October, and concluding on Monday 14th December.
U10s competition (kids born in 2005, 2006 and 2007) 4.30pm start
U13s competition (kids born in 2002, 2003 and 2004) 5.30pm start
9 a side on field, 45 minute game divided into 3 x 15 minute thirds. Maximum 3 on the bench.
Organise your own team with a group of friends from school and name your team. Or register as a player and we’ll put you into a team.
To encourage new kids to the game only 6 of the team can be current Aussie Rules players.
Registration is $40 per player.
13 years-125 years Mixed AFL 9’s touch competition 6.30pm start.
9 on the field, with a maximum of three on the bench.
3 girls need to be on the field at all times. Goals scored by a girl are worth 9 points as opposed to the usual 6 points. If you would like learn the AFL9’s rules go to http://afl9s.com.au/rules/
You can enter your own team of work mates, family and friends or enter as a player and we’ll put you in a team.
Registration is $50 per player. Enquiries and registrations email email@example.com or ph Marty 0478605645
The Broulee Moruya Australian Football Club (BMAFC) is a new sporting club in the local area, established to provide local kids with the opportunity to learn about and play Australian Football, in a supportive, inclusive and family oriented environment. The club will start life as a junior football club, growing to more senior levels through the years. In 2015 we will play in the Sapphire Coast Australian Football League (SCAFL) which will run from Mogo to Pambula along the Sapphire Coast. We will field teams in the U/11’s, U/13’s and U/16's competitions, also running Auskick and U/9s at both Broulee's Captain Oldrey Park, and Moruya's Gundary Oval. The club will act on inclusive local community strategies that help everyone feel invited.
Whats going to happen?
Starting early in March 2015, we will alternate ovals. Broulee Moruya Giants will train on Mondays at Captain Oldrey Park, Broulee and on Thursdays at Gundary Oval, Moruya. There are great benefits of having both ovals at our disposal. There are conveniences for families by being close to both ovals in their near vicinity, as well as having a ground available in a wet or dry season. Broulee is a sand based ground that stands up in wet weather well and Moruya is a heavy ground that will be great in a dry winter. The SCAFL has provided new goal posts which the Eurobodalla Shire Council have agreed to erect.
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