North East Australian Football League
Aspley midfielder James Ives is the new leader of the NEAFL MVP Award after polling the maximum 10 votes against Sydney University on Saturday. The 22-year-old guided the Hornets to a 43-point...[more]
Aspley dominates a depleted Sydney Uni outfit, Thunder hold on against the Giants and the Swans thrash the Lions in wet conditions on Sunday. See all the match reviews and Champion Data...[more]
NT Thunder coach Xavier Clarke earmarked teenager Michael Mummery’s NEAFL debut long before he created club history this season. The 15-year-old became NT Thunder’s youngest ever debutant in...[more]
Four teams have a bye in Round 5 but there is still plenty of action on offer this weekend. Aspley and Sydney University will go head-to-head in a 2 v 4 blockbuster at Graham Rd while NT Thunder...[more]
Two of the three NEAFL matches on offer in Round 5 will be streamed live on NEAFL TV. Follow all the links below to catch all the action. ROUND 5 Saturday, April 30, 2016 Aspley v...[more]
By PETER BLUCHER *This story originally appeared on the AFLQ website Former Morningside and Redland star Josh Smith made a dream debut for Collingwood on one of the biggest stages in the...[more]
By PETER BLUCHER *This story originally appeared on the AFLQ website. Josh Wagner laughed his way through his first Gatorade shower deep in the bowels of the MCG a fortnight ago, trying...[more]
The Canberra Demons have produced their first ever NEAFL Rising Star nominee in the form of teenage defender Luke McKay. The 19-year-old born and bred ACT product, who began his football journey...[more]
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