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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MCDONALDS ON BOARD AS INAUGURAL AFL HUNTER COAST SPONSOR

mcdonalds4In a landmark occasion for the AFL Hunter Coast, McDonalds have come on board as the first sponsor of the Junior AFL Competition, commencing a partnership for the 2015 Season.

The partnership will see McDonalds provide a cash sponsorship to the AFL Hunter Coast Board, as well as large marquees for selected clubs, where McDonalds would like to promote their restaurants. The cash component will be used by the AFL Hunter Coast Board to reinvest back into junior football, and add value to the current competitions that are run. McDonalds have a strong partnership with the AFL nationally, and it is wonderful that this has translated into local benefits for the junior clubs across the Hunter and Central Coast.

AFL Hunter Coast Board Chairman, Ross Hughes, is delighted with this partnership.

“What fantastic news it is to see the AFL Hunter Coast enter into this sponsorship agreement with McDonalds,” said an excited Mr Hughes. “It is so refreshing to see our local McDonalds franchisees putting real money and support back into their local junior sport. The marquees will certainly improve the match day experience for the recipient club coaches and players, while the financial contribution will help the AFL Hunter Coast Board to recognise all the hard work of the club volunteers in our region.”

In particular, there are a group of McDonalds restaurants who have combined to provide this sponsorship. If you are looking for a bite to eat, or a beautiful, warm coffee on the way to the football, please look to support the following restaurants – Belmont, Broadmeadow, Charlestown, Cessnock, F3 Northbound, F3 Southbound, Heatherbrae, Hexham, King Street, Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Maitland Food Court, Mayfield, Raymond Terrace, Salamander Bay, Thornton, Wallsend, Williamtown and Warners Bay.

When the AFL Hunter Coast formed at the beginning of 2014, the inaugural Board outlined that sponsorship would be a high priority, and that establishing links with local business would be a

positive reason to form the AFL Hunter Coast. Mr Hughes is proud that the AFL Hunter Coast Board has been able to deliver their first partnership.

“It is encouraging to see that value that the AFL Hunter Coast represents as a collective, start returning genuine benefits to our constituent clubs. On behalf of the AFL Hunter Coast I would like to thank McDonalds for their support of junior footy in our region, and look forward to an ongoing mutually beneficial relationship.”

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Rep Player Letter No2

Parents/ Families,

Congratulations to all the selected players for the 2015 Representative squads.

Challenge Cup is on the 7th June at No.1 Sports Ground in Newcastle

The game times are as follows:
U/12 Game Starts 8:45am be there at 7:45am
U13 Game Starts 10.05am be there at 9.05am
Youth Girls Game Starts 11.25am be there at 10:25am
U15 Game Starts 12:45pm be there at 11:45am
U17 Game Starts 2:30pm be there at 1:30pm

Training
Due to the Swans Academy Training on the 1st June all rep teams will be training at No.1 Sports Ground after the Swans Academy training finish at 6.30pm. All Rep uniforms will be handed out at the conclusion of training up in the City club rooms. If you are unable to attend your uniform will be handed out on Sunday.

Port Macquarie Carnival
This takes place on the weekend July 4-5th July (It starts Friday 3rd but our Region has no games looking at the 2 draft draws suggested).
This Carnival is for the U13/15/17 teams
All games will be at Wayne Richards Oval, Koala Street Port Macquarie.
Unfortunately I don’t have a draw at this time and have just discovered that the Mid North Coast and the North Coast have made a combined U/17’s team. I don’t know how this will affect the final draw.
As soon as I have the draw I will forward it on to everyone.

Invitational Shield
Is being held on the 5th July at Warners Bay Feighan Oval
This carnival is for U/12’s and hopefully a youth girl’s game. Craig Golledge is looking into the possibility.
The first game starts at 9.35 I will send the draw out with the next letter.

Regards
Sue Kendrick
JAFL Hunter
Rep Coordinator

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NEAFL Game this Saturday

AFL NSW/ACT and AFL Hunter Coast are excited to welcome the Sydney Swans and Brisbane Lions NEAFL teams to Newcastle No1 Sportsground on Saturday 30th May. 

 

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Representative Teams Announcement

Hunter Junior AFL are pleased to announce the following players have been selected in the 2015 representative teams. Congratulations to all those selected in the teams, and thank you to all those who participated in trials.

A reminder of training times & venues for this week:
Under 12’s – CANCELLED (Coach and numerous players are at state PSSA)
Under 13’s – Friday 22 May, 6PM, Max McMahon Oval (Maitland Saints)
Youth Girls – Friday 22 May, 6PM, Max McMahon Oval (Maitland Saints)
Under 15’s – Thursday 21 May, 6PM, Ferodale Oval (Port Stephens Power)
Under 17’s – Thursday 21 May, 6PM, Ferodale Oval (Port Stephens Power)

Hunter Under 12’s Representative Squad 2015:
Jaydn Healy, Joshua Taylor, Hugh Doherty, Oliver Latter, Zack Stewart, Lachlan Blyth, Aiden Burns, Harrison Deverall, Jake Sweetnam, Damien Haynes, Jesse Bates, Noah McGrath, Lachlan Falley, Dan Welbourne, Marshell Riches, Spencer Burdack, Daltyn McCartney, Travis Peterson, Riley Longley, Jack McDonnell, Aiden Mulder, Cooper Luff

Hunter Under 13’s Representative Squad 2015
Joel Budden, Harrison Lack, Noah Connick, Matthew Archer, Lachlan Atkins, Cooper Garrett, Nathan Birkett, Jacob Findlay, Noah Hunt, Jack Lyons, Jack Woodhams, Rohan St Hill, Tyler Bartlett, Matthew Guy, Eddie Sutherland, Henry Edwards, Jaylen Boyce, Logan Marshall, Bailey Elder, Danyon Blackeby, Isiah Olsen, Nick Ceci

Hunter Under 15’s Representative Squad 2015
Hugh Blancchfield, Korbon Donaldson, Luke Rymer, Brandt Job, Angus Beckett, Parker Minns, Clarence Playford, Max Quinlin, Rory Sleeth, Harlin Hannick, Toby Bartsch, Reed Van Huisstede, Aiden Watling, Dion Graham, Daniel Hardes, Flynn Warrick, Ky McGrath, Sam Heaton, Riley Warner, Remy Thomas, Ethan Kolatchew, Lucas Borrow, Jake Brown
**PLEASE NOTE: This is a squad of 23 players, to be reduced to 22 players after training on 25th May, after selection by two independent selectors in conjunction with the coach

Hunter Under 17’s Representative Squad 2015
Andrew Walker, Beau Harris, Caleb Holtz, Colm Wrightmen, Cullum Jones, Damon Tually, Daniel Kendrick, Harrison Crook, Isaac Robinson, Jackson Kolatchew, Jonty Dicks, Joseph Ferguson, Logan Johnson, Max Hillier, Nelson Brown, Oliver Gilmore, Robert Schindler, Sam Wellard, Taylor Prior, Tom McDonald, Tristan Warner, Zander Cross

Hunter Youth Girls Representative Squad 2015
Billie Schneeweiss, Eleanore Ford, Ellie Richards, Skye Alley, Holly Kozlik, Arizona Cross, Holly Rayner, Nicola Walker, Matisse Coram-Parker, Jessyca Old, Ebony Miller, Phoebe Wickson, Sabrina Kliousis, Brooklyn Perry, Kahlee Taylor, Bec Raynor, Eireann Hurley, Roisin Ronan Yates

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Parents Letter for 2015 Representative Season

Click the link for the player letter that will be passed on to those trailing for Representative teams.

2015 Rep Player letter

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