Eric Bana: Australian Rules Football

Eric Bana was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon talking about Australian Rules Football. To check out the interview click here.

- Amie Kennedy

No More Setanta,How Do We Watch Footy?

WITH AFL matches no longer available on the Setanta Network in some territories, BigPond Sport is giving AFL fans the chance to stream five round-18 AFL games live to their desktop ... free from any subscription costs.

Now, that free service has been extended to footy fans in Ireland, the USA and Canada.

Click here for the link!


Buck's Stops Here

Alistair MacGlashan, Anthony Sacco, Nathan Buckley and Alan McConnell in Chicago, IL.   

AFL's new TV Ad

The AFL have produced a really good TV ad to promote the new 2009 AFL Premiership season. Click HERE to check it out!

Ben Graham- Newspaper Article

- Denver Post


Ben Graham represented Australia honorably in todays Superbowl, playing for the Arizona Cardinals against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Tampa, Florida. In a game that went right down to the wire, Graham, the punter, played an unexpected pivotal role late in the last quarter. Graham had 5 punts at an average of 36 yards, with a long kick of 45 and more importantly, 3 out of his five kicks ended within the Pittsburgh Steelers own 20 yard line.


Last night on the highest rating sports tv show, ESPN ( ), Aussie Punter, Ben Graham, was interviewed by Chris Berman. Berman, winner of the prestigious Pat Summerall Award for display of character, integrity and leadership on and off the field at the Super Bowl, interviewed Ben as part of his “2 Minute Drill”.

Former AFL Star Makes Debut in Super Bowl

For Immediate Release

January 26, 2009 (Australia Day)

Steve Price from 2UE Sydney interviews NY Ma

Sydney 2UE Radio broadcaster Steve Price is in New York as part of the festivities surrounding Gday USA this week and the inauguration in Washington. Steve discovered to his surprise Aussie Rules footy was actually played here in the USA  and invited players from the New York Magpies men's and women's teams to the studio for a chat.

2005 International Cup

The Revolution defeated Ireland in a play off for 3rd place after they finished 4th in round play with a record of 3 wins and 1 loss. James Brunmeier of the Milwaukee Bombers and Donnie Lucero of the Orange County Bombers were selected in the 2005 International Team.

Placing Country
1st New Zealand
2nd Papua New Guinea
3rd USA
4th Ireland
5th Samoa
6th Great Britain
7th Canada
8th South Africa
9th Japan
10th Spain

In the final for the International Cup New Zealand defeated Papua New Guinea 7.8.50 to 5.2.32.

Coaching staff for 2005 International Cup:


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