USAFL News

Aug 6, 2010

World's Largest Aussie Rules Tournament Returns to Louisville!

Following the huge success of the ten year anniversary national championships in Louisville, Kentucky in 2007, the USAFL is proud to once again return to Kentucky for the 2010 National Championships.

“We’re excited to have the USAFL return to our green pastures (now fully irrigated!) and look forward to working with everyone again to bring this great event to our city stated Greg Fante, CEO and President of the Greater Louisville Sports Commission.

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Aug 4, 2010

Revolution Rally from Halftime Deficit to Defeat Northwind

Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus, situated right on the banks of Lake Ontario near Toronto, provided the picturesque setting for the 2010 49th Parallel Cup between the American Revolution and the Canadian Northwind. A Canadian victory in Vancouver in 2007 and with both teams preparing for the International Cup, in Australia in August of 2011, this promised to be a great game of Australian Football.

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Aug 4, 2010

Northern Lights defeat US Freedom

The US Freedom traveled to Toronto, Canada to play the Canada Northern Lights for the first time since their initial meetings in 2007. The teams were not entirely unknown to each other since the Canadian clubs have been competing at the USAFL National Championship tournament since 2007.

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Jul 26, 2010

Golden Gate Roos defeat San Diego Lions

Saturday, July 25, 2010 - On a cool, windy day in Daly City, California San Diego won the toss and decided to kick against the breeze. This paid dividends for them almost immediately with the Lions kicking two quick goals via John Jones and Justin Valley to establish an early lead.

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Jul 27, 2010

Baltimore-Washington Earns a Win Against New York

On a sweltering day with temperatures well into the triple digits, the Baltimore Washington Eagles hosted the New York Magpies, a rivalry which has become one of the most heated in the USAFL. In this “free flowing game of football” as Umpire Paul Reddacliff commented, the Eagles proved victorious in the last minutes of a brutal game of footy under the sun.

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Jul 25, 2010

Downunder: Sarbacker's interview with 'The Age'

"Last weekend, Sarbacker was in the thick of the action as Mansfield's reserves took on Kyabram. Boasting a wiry build, he looked among the fittest players on the park. He started in the midfield and charged into the fray from the outset, laying a number of tackles and firing off some accurate handballs."

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