USAFL News

Feb 7, 2001

AZAFL Season ends

The close of the inaugural AZAFL season came to an official close on
Saturday night with the AZAFL Awards/End of Season Party. The event,
held at the Monastery in Phoenix drew record number crowds to watch
AZAFL players have a kick on the sand volleyball court while waiting for
the festivities to begin. It was determined by the Scorpions leadership
to count the event as a training session as well since a footy was
booted about for a bit.

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Feb 6, 2001

2001 Grades & Dues

You can view the Grades and Dues document here  and the Insurance and Dues here 



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Feb 4, 2001

USAFL Scholarship Player

Introduction

Diary Entry 1 - Feb 1

Diary Entry 2 - Feb 5

Diary Entry 3 - Feb 8

Diary Entry 4 - Feb 9

Diary Entry 5 - Feb 10

Diary Entry 6 - Feb 11

Diary Entry 7 - Feb 12

Diary Entry 8 - Feb 13

Diary Entry 9 - Feb 14

Diary Entry 10 - Feb 15

Diary Entry 11 - Feb 16

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Jan 31, 2001

2001 Revolution

The initial squad for the 2001 Revolution team has been chosen. This 44
man squad includes all 24 players from the 2000 match against Canada and
several players unavailable in 2000. Nineteen clubs are represented;
national champions Denver top the list with 7 players, including 2000
Nationals MVP Larry Butterfield. Planning is underway for possible
participation in the "Atlantic Alliance Cup" in London in October.

You can view all 2001 player profiles here

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Jan 23, 2001

January Minutes

Minutes from the January Committee meeting are up in the news section.




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Jan 23, 2001

USFooty on Video

Thanks to Richard Lozano for supplying this link.

Click here to see some footy action in the USA - you'll need Quicktime to view it.



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Jan 23, 2001

Footy Legends

Graham Mabbs is organising an over 35's tournament in Toronto in May of 2002. You can email him at mabbsie@one.net.au if you're interested.

You can get more info from these two articles:

Application Form

Promo Flyer




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Jan 17, 2001

Vancouver Cougers

The Vancouvers Cougers Australian Football Club first training run for the upcoming 2001 season will be held at Queen Elizabeth Park on 33rd st, Vancouver(soccer fields next to Nat Bailey Baseball Stadium) on January 27th, 2001 at 1pm. (intersection: Between Main/Cambie st's). All interested players are welcome

Contact: stu_grills@hotmail.com

Stay tuned for more information on the formation of the Northwest Australian Football League.




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Dec 14, 2000

Nationals Letter

Thank you for the invitation to attend the above Championship in Los Angeles. I appreciated the opportunity to see, at first hand, not only the playing level of the participants but also the conduct of the Championships and the general interest and support for the AFL game in the USA.

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Dec 13, 2000

4th Quarter Reports

All of the Club Reports from the 4th Quarter have been collated. You can download the zip file from the News Section under reports.



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Dec 13, 2000

Player Scholarship

Dustin Jones
Dustin Jones

Dustin Jones, 21, from the Lehigh Valley Crocodiles USAFL club, is the
winner of the inaugural player scholarship to Essendon.

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Dec 13, 2000

International Footy

Check out this article on International Footy at The Age website.



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Nov 10, 2000

AZAFL kicks off

A few words about the inaugural matches held Friday night.

First and foremost, those of us on the AZAFL board would like to thank everyone for just showing up like they said they would. All the organizing in the world would have been pointless had everyone not shown up to play. We also had a large contingent of fan support braving the threatening storms on hand to be a part of this historic occasion. I would have to say that we did not disappoint them either.

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Nov 8, 2000

Denver Report

On October 14 and 15 in Los Angeles, the Bulldogs won all six of their games and overcame the San Diego Lions in a hard fought Grand Final to come out the Year 2000 Premiers.

Matt Dainauski, the Bulldogs President, said it was a victory that the Doggies knew they were capable of, "going all the way back to last year's National Championships - this time, Denver had their day". Coach 'Rusty' Waugh said: "several clubs showed up with nearly double our personnel - but we always had more out there with our desire and passion".

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Oct 16, 2000

Denver wins 2000 Championship

LOS ANGELES (Tuesday, October 17, 2000) The Denver Bulldogs nipped the San Diego Lions at the wire to win the 4th Annual Coopers National Tournament of Australian Rules Football. The tournament played in Little Lake Park in Santa Fe Springs, California, over the October 14 and 15 weekend, featured 16 teams from across the Unites States playing 37 games over the course of two days. In the Grand Final, both the Bulldogs and Lions were playing their sixth 40-minute game in two days.

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