Aussie Rules (AFL) Coaches & Instructors for Kids - the South

South Australia (SA)

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Aussie Rules (AFL) Coaches & Instructors for Kids around the South

Founded in 1887 The Hahndorf Football Club is an Australian Rules Adelaide Hills Football team, located 20 minutes from Adelaide. Associated with the Hills Football League Hahndorf is neighboured by the towships of Littlehampton, Echunga, Nairne, Mt Barker, Bridgewater and the Onkaparinga Valley. We welcome inquiries from new players and parents who are looking to join a vibrant community that is run by volunteers. Grades from Auskick, modified U8 through to U11s in addition to Colts and Senior ...
South Australian Women's Football League
The South Australian Women’s Football League (SAWFL) is an Adelaide-metropolitan based league that manages the most established female Australian Rules football competitions in South Australia. It currently offers four competitions in which females can participate - Open Women's Division 1 (Ages 16 +), Open Women's Division 2 (Ages 16 +), Under 18 Girls (Ages 15 to 17) and Under 15 Girls (Ages 12 to 14). The League has 11 member clubs that are located as far south of Adelaide as Morphettville, ...

Cnr Trevor Tce & Cumming Street, Blackwood, SA 5051

At Blackwood Football Club we have a very strong football programme for young boys, starting with Auskick, Sub Juniors and Juniors from U8's to U17.5's. We are affiliated with the Hills Football League. We are proud to announce that we are HFL's most successful club at the end of the minor round 2014. We look forward to growing success in the years to come. Please contact us via our website or call us with your enquiry.

Aussie Rules (AFL) Activities for Kids around the South

Stay Active Childrens Sports Programs
Stay Active delivers a range of physical activity and sports programs to primary school aged children. All programs are designed to focus on four key areas; physical, mechanical, psychological and social, and assist children to meet the National Physical Activity Recommendations, laying the foundation for a healthy and active life. We work in an early intervention and prevention model by encouraging children to develop a passion for physical activity from a young age, enabling a smooth transition ...
Scotch College Old Collegians Association
The role of the Scotch College Old Collegians' Association is to promote and continue unity and friendship among the members of the Association and the Scotch College community. Services provided by the association include scholarships and support for various sporting clubs. A host of special events are held regularly including the Annual City Dinner, reunions, community dinners and the biannual Back to the Blue and Gold ball.
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