Jul 28, 2005

Western Regionals

The Orange County Bombers are pleased to announce the venue for the 2nd Western Regional Championships will be the University of California – Riverside (UCR) to be held on September 10, 2005.

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Jul 28, 2005

It can be dangerous wearing a Bomber's shirt..

Why this Bomber was grounded
Essendon may see no reason to change its nickname from the Bombers in the wake of the latest terrorist attacks in London (as we reported yesterday) but that doesn't mean everyone, especially those overseas, share their viewpoint.

We say that in the wake of this incredible incident that took place in America recently when the Bomber logo got a traveller into big strife in New York.

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Jul 27, 2005

Good luck to our Revolution Players!

All the hard work, training and planning is reaching a climax as our Revolution players prepare to fly out to the International Cup in Melbourne on Thursday, July 28.

Good luck to you all as you embark on this exciting adventure - we know you will do yourselves proud as you strive to 'Bring the Cup Home'.  Many thanks too, to our Revolution Coach, Alan Nugent and Team Manager, Greg Narleski for all their hard work in preparing for this event.

We will, of course, be having regular updates of game results on the USFooty website.

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Jul 20, 2005

International Cup has been Launched!

Kevin Sheedy was the special guest at the photo launch for the International Cup at Windy
Hill, Essendon's home training ground.

- Office Manager

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Jul 13, 2005

Baton Rouge Hit the Headlines

Clinic held on game 'footy' BR Tigers promotes awareness of Aussie-rules football

Special to The Advocate

Members of the Baton Rouge Tigers held a free Australian-rules football clinic Saturday at BREC's Burbank Soccer Complex to promote public awareness of the fast-paced sport. Players provided instruction and hands-on training to attendees in an effort to inform the community about the game.

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Jul 11, 2005


Due to the withdrawal of Denmark from the International Cup, the previously published draw had to be revised. Following is the final draw:

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Jul 7, 2005

2005 National Collegiate Invitational

Nashville, TN - Vandy Aussie Rules Club, in conjunction with the USAFL and the Australian Festival are pleased to announce that Belmont University Sports Administration masters student, Adam Bishop, will direct the 2005 2nd Annual National Collegiate Invitational. The event, which will be held in Nashville’s picturesque Centennial Park on September 10 and 11, will see 4 college teams battle it out for the coveted title of Collegiate Aussie Rules National Champion.

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Jul 4, 2005

Latest news on the Revolution

With the International Cup in August fast approaching planning and preparation for the trip are well under way…but, are you interested in coming to support the team? Want to witness a live AFL game at the MCG? Nothing like listening to 50,000 + fanatical Australians cheering for their team. If you would like to come, contact Greg Narleski at so we can help reserve you a spot….

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Jul 2, 2005

James Moves to Victoria

James with Tony Adams, creator of the Macquarie Scholarship

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Jun 29, 2005

2005 International Cup Draw & Schedule


The 2005 Australian Football International Cup Draw & Schedule…
The Australian Football League has confirmed the draw for the 2005 Australian Football International Cup. The grounds and timetable for matches has also been released. As reported earlier, the grand final is to be played at the MCG, and the series also includes a round of matches at a country venue, Wangaratta, about 235 km northeast of Melbourne, Australia. Hopefully with such a unique event and some local promotion, a big crowd will turn out for the regional matches.

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Jun 23, 2005

Nationals Silent Auction Update

We will be holding a Silent Auction in conjunction with the Banquet on the Saturday night of the Nationals and are grateful to the following organisations who have already donated goods to our Auction:

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Jun 22, 2005

James climbs the Sydney Harbour Bridge....

June 16

The wind whistled past my head as I stared through the night at the breathtaking view before me. There was the Opera House, bathed in golden light. Farther to the right stood the Centrepoint Tower, the Allianz building and the rest of the Sydney skyline. In the darkness I shifted my view to the water below me. A ferry was passing under the bridge. Standing 440 feet above the ferry at the top of the arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, it looked to me like a model ship.

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Jun 21, 2005

Footy Action comes to the Triangle

There is quite a buzz around the footy fans of the Triangle area (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill) as
the North Carolina Tigers will be playing host to last year's Division I Runners-up, the New York
Magpies, on Saturday June 25th.  This is the first EAFL home game for the Tigers.  A high level of
footy talent and excitement will be on display.  The action begins at 2 PM at Thompson Road Parkin Garner.  For complete details please check out:

- Wes McAllister

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Jun 21, 2005

Job Vacancy - Elections Officer

Australian Mission to the United Nations

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Jun 20, 2005

LA Next Stop for Game

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