Treats from Oz

Women's Footy Seminar - Training for Success

Fri, 10/08/2010 - 20:00 to 21:00


  • How to gain the most out of training time to improve your game from week to week. Outline of how to achieve results and make improvements from each group training session.
  • Practical examples of how to improve away from group training. Hand skills drills and activities players can do on their own.
  • How to set personal goals for improvement in all aspects of footy.
  • Athletic performance for "footy", how to train to improve.
  • Diet & Nutrition for Aussie Rules footy.

Women's Footy Forum - Kicking: The A to Z guide

Sat, 10/09/2010 - 14:00
  • Fundamental tips for players in the skill they generally have the most issues improving.
  • Discuss the history and how things have changed and why.
  • Learn the basics - and all the progressive steps needed to master to kick accurately, on the run and for distance.
  • Learn the mechanics of kicking and reasons why stuff happens.
  • Demonstrations, practice and corrections by coaches.

Players Clinic for Under 23's and Women - PART II

Fri, 10/08/2010 - 13:30 to 15:30

After lunch head out to the soccer fields to put the theory from the morning session into practice.

Players Clinic for Under 23's and Women - PART I

Fri, 10/08/2010 - 10:30

During August 2010 the USA Revolution Under 23 team traveled to Toronto, Canada, to take on the Canadian Northwind Under 23 team in what will hopefully be the first of many representative junior development games held in North America.

Women's Footy Forum - Building Women's Footy in the USA

Sat, 10/09/2010 - 19:30 to 21:30

Saturday, 7:30-8:30pm

  • Panel of key people in the sport currently in the US and Australia brainstorm ideas to bring more women to the sport in the USA.
  • Discuss administration of a women's football club and expose the hurdles to overcome in the USAFL for recruiting and player retention.

This is an open forum and invitation for all players, coaches, officials and administrators at the USAFL Nationals regardless of gender to discuss the development of women's footy.

IC2011 Set for Divisions and Women's Comp

2009 49th Parallel Cup

The AFL is planning to host the next International Cup in August 2011 in Melbourne, Sydney and probably the Gold Coast or Brisbane. For the first time in Cup history the competing nations will be split into divisions. The AFL has told potential competitors that "IC11 will be run across multiple divisions - to be determined by the final number of entrants". That suggests that if there are enough teams there could even be three separate divisions.

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.

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.

USA Freedom v Canadian Northern Lights

Women's USAFL
Aug 01, 2010 - 11:00am America/Toronto
Humber North
205 Humber College Blvd
Toronto, ON
Canada Northern Lights
  USA Freedom
10.4.64 6.7.43
Canada Northern Lights10.4.64
USA Freedom6.7.43


USA Freedom v Canadian Northern Lights

Women's USAFL
Jul 31, 2010 - 03:00pm America/Toronto
Humber South
3199 Lake Shore Blvd. W.
Toronto, ON
Canada Northern Lights
  USA Freedom
4.12.36 2.4.16
Canada Northern Lights4.12.36
USA Freedom2.4.16
Goal Kickers: B. Jones, L. Zmurchuk, K. Nanka, L. Bossert
Best Players: L. Zmurchuk, A. Legault, H. Perry, E. LeBlaanc, M. Gioncchio, M. Legault
Goal Kickers: E. Rheil, K. Hogg
Best Players: E. Geoghegn, M. Robbins, E. Rheil, E. Yiako, H. Lee, J. Stein



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