Victoria’s Australian Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Coach of the Year recipients have been announced, following the 2017 AFL Victoria Community Football Awards gala dinner on Friday night.
A number of Victoria’s top community coaches, volunteers and umpires have been recognised for their outstanding work in season 2017 at the AFL Victoria Community Football Awards on Friday night.
A host of Multicultural high school students have flocked to Ross Straw Fields this week to lace up the boots for the 2017 Multicultural Secondary Schools State Boys and Girls Cups.
While the 2017 football season may be over, there is still a heap of Victorian football news from across the state this week in our Around the Grounds segment.
Developing his skills in AFL Victoria’s All Nations program as a junior, Changkuoth Jiath has progressed through the talent pathway to become one of Gippsland Power’s top draft prospects this year.
Ahead of the 2017 AFL Victoria Community Football Awards gala dinner tomorrow night, four terrific coaches remain in the running for Gerard FitzGerald Senior Coach of the Year.
Four outstanding women remain in the running for the 2017 Peta Searle Female Coach of the Year award which will be presented at a gala dinner on Friday November 3. Mitch Wynd reports.
AFL Victoria’s V/Line Cup carnival has generated a total of $7million in economic benefit to the Latrobe City region over the last three years, following another successful tournament last month.
Today we continue our coverage of the 2017 AFCA Coach of the Year nominee profiles, as we take a look at four of the state’s top Youth coaches in the running for the Stan Alves Youth Coach of the Year Award. Mitch Wynd reports.
Six of Victoria’s best regional and suburban venues will play host to some of the AFL’s biggest stars next year, following the release of the 2018 JLT Community Series fixture on Thursday.