New AFL NSW/ACT CEO visits the Hunter

SmythGrahamWilliamsNew AFL NSWACT CEO, Sam Graham, has made his first trip to the Hunter/Central Coast, spending time with local clubs and staff. Mr Graham commenced his new role in April, after spending 10 years working in the Strategy Department in AFL House.

Mr Graham, pictured above with Craig Williams (Terrigal-Avoca Junior President) and Simon Smyth (AFL Manager – Hunter/Central Coast), visited facilities at Hylton Moore, Adelaide Street, Bateau Bay and No 1 Sportsground, as well as met the AFL Hunter/Central Coast Team, to discuss opportunities within the region.

“On my recent visit to the Hunter and Central Coast region, it was great to spend some time with the Hunter and Central Coast AFL team,” said Mr Graham. “It was also great to see a number of local facilities and to meet some senior community club representatives.”

Mr Graham was able to view the current surface upgrades at Hylton Moore, in which the AFL NSWACT have invested funds for re-levelling, turfing, drainage and irrigation of the ground. At Adelaide Street, Mr Graham had the pleasure of announcing an AFL NSWACT investment for drainage to the ground, to the Killarney Vale Executive. The next stop of the day was to No 1 Sportsground, where Mr Graham saw first hand the opportunities the AFL NSWACT have to upgrade this facility, to attract elite AFL content to the region, before concluding the tour with a meeting with Cardiff officials, to discuss home ground options from 2016 onwards.

Mr Graham has been impressed with the growth that has occurred across the Hunter/Central Coast, especially throughout the club football space.

“It is pleasing to see that AFL football is growing from strength to strength in the region. I look forward to working with everyone to support the next phase of growth.”

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Invitational Shield Record

Invitational Shield Record is linked here:
Hunter Invitational Shield Football Record 5 July 2015

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Details for Representative Carnivals

Details for the weekends Representative Carnivals are as follows:

Port Macquarie:
Venue:
Wayne Richards Park, Koala St, Port Macquarie
North Coast Carnival Draw 2015

Invitational Shield:
Venue: 
Feighan Oval, Seaman Avenue, Warners Bay
Invitational Shield Draw 2015

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Under 12 Representative Training

Training for the Under 12 Representative team will be held on Monday 29th June and Friday 3rd July at Max McMahon oval from 4.30-6.30pm

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QBE Sydney Swans Academy Open Athlete Assessment Trials

The QBE Sydney Swans Academy are holding our 2015 Open Athlete Assessment Trials on the following dates:

U10 (born in 2005) – Wednesday 15th July
U11 (born in 2004) – Thursday 16th July
U12 (born in 2003) – Friday 17th July

All trials will be held from 5pm – 7pm at Lakeside Oval, Moore Park.

Registrations are now open via the following link – https://academy.sydneyswans.com.au.

We would appreciate if you could forward this information to U10 – U12 players at your club.

For any further enquiries, parents should contact the Academy on 9339 9150 or academy@sydneyswans.com.au.

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Challenge Cup Results

Under 12 
Hunter 14 – 10 – 95 defeated
Central Coast 1 – 1 – 7
BOG: Hunter: Cooper Luff, Central Coast: Noah Cookman

Under 13
Hunter 11 – 10 – 76 defeated
Central Coast 5 – 2 -32
BOG: Hunter: Jaylen Boyce, Central Coast: Marc Sheather

Youth Girls
Central Coast 6 – 4 – 40 defeated
Hunter 4 – 8 – 32
BOG: Central Coast: Samantha Greentree, Hunter: Roisin Ronan Yates

Under 15
Central Coast 16 – 13 – 109 defeated
Hunter 11 – 4 – 70
BOG: Central Coast: Harley Bernleitner, Hunter: Brandt Job

Under 17
Hunter 21 – 11 – 137 defeated
Central Coast 1 – 4 – 10
BOG: Hunter: Zander Cross, Central Coast: Ayden Warren

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Challenge Cup Record

The 2015 Challenge Cup Record is now available to download

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