Sep 10, 2019

A Mighty Wind - Savannah Hurricane Joins USAFL

Each of the big cities dotted up and down the eastern seaboard has its share of history.  

For Savannah, Georgia’s first city and first capital, it is a history that still lives and breathes in its moss-covered trees, lush city squares, and beautiful architecture.  No matter how modern the times, it still maintains the regal charm it has kept for nearly three centuries.

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Sep 8, 2019

Skills Competition at the 2019 Nationals

How's your goal kicking?  How accurate is that handball of yours?  How far can you boot the ol' Sherrin?

Put those questions to rest at the 2019 USAFL Nationals Skills Competition, while will be held on Friday, October 11 from 6:30 - 7:30pm.  The venue will be the Stadium at Premier Sports Campus of Lakewood Ranch as part of the Nationals Friday Night Welcome Reception.

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Sep 5, 2019

Whats on Tap - 7 September 2019

The final full month of the USAFL regular season is here, and this weekend there are seven big matches as we head towards Nationals in Sarasota-Bradenton on October 12-13.

Seven events with USAFL implications happen this Saturday, including a couple of long range road trips, as Oklahoma and Seattle rack up the air miles, and the first ever USAFL matches for Tampa Bay and Hawai’i.

Click on the “Event Page” link for location and time info.

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Sep 4, 2019

2019 AFL Grand Final Viewing Parties

It has gone from humble beginnings to the most important day on the Australian Sporting Calendar.  It is a day full of color, pageantry, excitement, and some of the best the great game of Australian Rules Football has to offer.

The AFL Grand Final has been played every year (bar one) since 1898.  They even replayed it a couple of times (three, actually) when it ended in draws.  True Story.  100,000 will pack the Melbourne Cricket Ground, just as they have for the past century, to see who will leave as this year's premiers.

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Aug 23, 2019

Whats on Tap - 23 and 24 August 2019

Seven weekends remain until Nationals in Sarasota.  There are five events happening this very weekend as cooler temps sweep across the country, and the first hints of fall creep into the atmosphere.  The entire weekend schedule, including metro games, can be found here.

Photo Credit: Dan Wix (@danewix)

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Aug 14, 2019

Whisney Takes Final Bow as USA Freedom Team Manager

This weekend, sixty hopeful athletes make their way to Racine, Wisconsin for the USA Freedom Training Squad Camp.

It will be the continuation of a dream to be a part of a national team – to impress coach Christina Licata and her staff enough to earn the right to play for their country in International Cup 2020, and the 2021 Trans-Atlantic Cup.

There will be those this weekend who will be kicking goals and taking marks and making tackles in a metaphorical way of screaming “PICK ME” to the assembled selectors.  Jess Whisney has experience in that respect.

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Aug 9, 2019

Game Day USA - 10 August 2019

Eight weeks remain until Nationals.  Each game is important for seeding and positioning heading towards that one weekend in October where champions are crowned.  This weekend, there are seventeen games in six cities across the country as part of the USAFL league lineup.  Here is what’s on tap, as well as game and location info.  All games are being played on Saturday, August 10th.

Pope John Paul II Park, Boston (Event Page) 11am EDT

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Aug 8, 2019

Same as it Ever Was - Crows, Roos Lead Shifting Poll

Austin Crows

It’s a good chance that most of you reading this attend anywhere from zero to one of the three regional tournaments that the USAFL holds every year.  In some cases, there are those of you who managed to make it to two stops on the Regional Championship series. 

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Aug 3, 2019

2019 USAFL All-Regionals Team

Australian Rules football is a team sport.  Eighteen parts plus those on the sidelines working together as one key unit in search of scoring more points than the other team.

But from time to time, it's good to recognize the key cogs of the machines that make up the USAFL clubs.  Over forty of said clubs trekked to one of three cities during the course of the summer -- Raleigh, Denver, and Salem -- in the first buoy that is the oceanic league season.

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Aug 1, 2019

Dani Marshall ABC Grandstand Interview

From July 28th, 2019 -- Arizona Hawks and Western Bulldogs player Danielle Marshall is interviewed by ABC Grandstand's Lehmo, Emma Race, and Nathan Burke at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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Jul 25, 2019

Let the River Run - Western Regional Preview

For centuries prior to Lewis and Clark happening upon the Williamette Valley, the area around Salem was referred to by the Kalapuya people as Chim-i-ki-ti, which means "meeting or resting place".

Three years after the USAFL’s travelling midsummer roadshow came to said meeting place, it comes again to the Oregonian capital.  As it did in 2016, it will be the climax of what has, heretofore, been a memorable tour for those of us who have had the privilege to go to each of the stops on the Regional Championship series.

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Jul 23, 2019

Tiger Sharks Swim into USAFL Family

In October, the USAFL Nationals will head to Western Florida for the second time in four years, as the freshly manicured grounds of the Premier Sports Campus at Lakewood Ranch play host to the world’s biggest Aussie Rules tournament.

And the home region will have a brand new club to rep it when the footballs take flight in three months’ time.

The USAFL is proud to officially welcome the Tampa Bay Tiger Sharks as its 46th member club.

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Jul 21, 2019

Crows Fly, Freeze Burns, Dogs Howl at Centrals

Last month, it snowed in Colorado.  That's what happens when you're so far above sea level.

This past weekend, however, it was the opposite.  It was hot.  And though the sun wore down the combatants at this year's Central Regional Championship in Westminster, Colorado, it didn't deter from the quality of Aussie Rules played.

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Jul 11, 2019

5280 and Counting: Central Regional Preview

Two years ago, the USAFL held its Western Regional Championships in the Denver suburb of Westminster.

Two years hence, we are back, only this time for the Central Regionals.  It’s always good when a city can shift regions without the aid of some sort of earthquake, right?

The city is a mile high, the air this thin, but the football will be thick with champions trying to do their thing again.  The Austin men and Denver ladies are looking to stretch their trophy case’s structural integrity just a bit more, while others are looking to end the day on Saturday lifting hardware.

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