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2021 Recognition of Highest Ranked Teams

The AFL Barwon Commission has decided at Monday evening’s meeting that a form of recognition will be
awarded to the highest ranked team at the point the season was cancelled.

This will be for all competitions that were cancelled due to the Victorian Government’s Roadmap to deliver the
National Plan.

This recognition will be presented to clubs at the 2021 presentation dinner. The date of this event remains to
be confirmed due to the current restrictions on patrons at indoor venues.

List of cancelled competitions

  • All Geelong Football Netball League Competitions
  • All Bellarine Football Netball League Competitions
  • All Senior and Junior Female Football Competitions
  • All AFL Barwon Under 19 Football Competitions
  • All AFL Barwon Junior Football Competitions
  • All AFL Barwon Junior Netball Competition

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2022 Blood Toyota Geelong Football Netball League Fixture Released

The Geelong Football Netball League season will kick off on the weekend of April 2nd in a jam packed weekend of football and netball.

The league will take a bye on July 2nd, and the finals series will commence at yet to be confirmed venues on August 20th. The Grand Finals will be held on Saturday, September 10th.

Some fixture highlights are:

  • Weekly K rock broadcast games!
  • Pride Cup clash between Newtown & Chilwell and Leopold at Elderslie Reserve on Sunday April 10th
  • Anzac Day weekend – Anzac Eve match between Lara and Grovedale and Anzac Day match between St Joseph’s and South Barwon

Read the full fixture in the link below.

2022 Blood Toyota Geelong Football Netball League Fixture

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2022 DOW Bellarine Football Netball League Fixture Released

The Bellarine Football Netball League season will kick off on the weekend of April 2nd in a bumper weekend of football and netball with two twilight matches between Geelong Amateur v Portarlington and Modewarre v Anglesea. The league will take a bye on July 2nd, and the finals series will commence at yet to be confirmed venues on August 13. The Grand Finals will be held on Saturday, September 3.

Other fixture highlights are:

  • Easter Friday matches – Portarlington v Torquay at Port and Geelong Amateur v Modewarre at KFC Oval for a twilight match.
  • Easter Saturday sees a twilight match at Ocean Grove against Newcomb.
  • The annual Anzac Day clash between Drysdale and Portarlington, will be contested at Portarlington in 2021.
  • Two ‘Battle of the Bridge’ matches between Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove in Round 9 and 17.

Read the full fixture in the link below!

2022 DOW Bellarine Football Netball League Fixture

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2022 Junior Representative Coaching Applications - NOW OPEN

Applications are now open for our 2022 Junior Representative Coaching Positions.

Positions Available:

BFNL 13/U, 15/U & 17/U

GFNL 13/U, 15/U & 17/U

Successful applicants will be responsible for a minimum 6 weeks of training sessions, followed by the Central West Association Championships Day on Sunday 22nd May 2022.

If successful at the Central West day, teams will then take part in the Association Championships Finals Day on Sunday 24th of July 2022.

Applicants must be available to assist with selection on Sunday February 6th and 13th.

Requirements and responsibilities of the role are as follows:

  1. Participate as a member of the team Selection Panel for your appointed team.
  2. Adhere to all league policies and guidelines.
  3. Develop the team training program including skill development sessions, in line with player workloads and availability
  4. Provide coaching instruction to team members in the areas of technique, specialist positional skills and team skills.
  5. Identify and maximise underlying potential to deliver long term growth in individual athletes.
  6. Evaluate and assess individual and team performance, ensuring individuals are appropriately challenged, and provided with constructive feedback.
  7. Take appropriate action to ensure that underperformance is effectively dealt with.
  8. Develop, implement, and adapt match play strategies.
  9. Team coaches will supervise and mentor assistant coaches in both the training and competition environment.
  10. Communicate clearly, concisely and with a high level of integrity to both the player and parent group.
  11. Current Working with Children’s Check required.
  12. Minimum Foundation Level coaching accreditation required.

Please submit your application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. detailing your experience, coaching ideology, and anything else you think we should know, along with a nomination of which age groups/league you would be willing to coach:

i.e. BFNL  15/U or 17/U

Coaches will receive an honorarium for their contribution.

Applications close Monday 31st of January.

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2022 Total Team Points for Senior Football & Netball

AFL Barwon wishes to advise the Total Team Points (TPP) for the 2022 Senior Football and Netball seasons. This encompasses Senior Male Football, Senior Female Football and A Grade Netball across the Blood Toyota Geelong Football Netball League, DOW Bellarine Football Netball League, Colac and District Football Netball League, Geelong and District Football League and Epworth Senior Female Competitions.

The AFL Barwon Player Points System Policy (PPSP) local by-laws document is reviewed annually, in conjunction with the Community Club Sustainability Program (CCSP) working party and AFL Victoria.

The updated AFL Victoria Player Points System Policy, AFL Barwon Senior Female Football Player Points System Policy, AFL Barwon Netball Player Points System Policy, and local by-laws document will be circulated to clubs over the coming weeks.

2022 TPP Allocations

2022 Senior Male Football 2022 A Grade Netball
GFNL Club Pts BFNL Club Pts GFNL Club Pts BFNL Club Pts
Bell Park 40 Anglesea 40   Bell Park 24 Anglesea 28
Colac 40 Barwon Heads 40   Colac 24 Barwon Heads 24
Grovedale 42 Drysdale 40   Grovedale 28 Drysdale 26
GWG 42 Geelong Amateur 40   GWG 24 Geelong Amateur 24
Lara 46 Modewarre 40   Lara 26 Modewarre 24
Leopold 40 Newcomb 44   Leopold 24 Newcomb 30
Newtown & Chilwell 40 Ocean Grove 40   Newtown & Chilwell 22 Ocean Grove 24
North Shore 46 Portarlington 46   North Shore 30 Portarlington 26
South Barwon 40 Queenscliff 43   South Barwon 24 Queenscliff 26
St Albans 46 Torquay 40   St Albans 24 Torquay 24
St Joseph’s 40       St Joseph’s 24    
St Mary’s 40       St Mary’s 24  

CDFNL Club Pts GDFL Club Pts 2022 Senior Female Football  
Alvie 40 Anakie 46 2022 All teams 44
Apollo Bay 42 Bannockburn 40 2023 starting base points 40
Birregurra 40 Bell Post Hill 40    
Colac Imperials 40 Belmont Lions 44    
Irrewarra-Beeac 40 Corio 46
Lorne 40 East Geelong 40
Otway Districts 46 GWG 42
Simpson 44 Inverleigh 40
South Colac 40 North Geelong 44
Western Eagles 46 Thomson 40
    Werribee Centrals 40
    Winchelsea 44

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2024 Senior Female Football Grading Fixtures

AFL Barwon is excited to announce the full 4 weeks of grading fixtures for the 2024 Epworth Senior Female Football Competition.

Following the day of play changes to the female football competitions, there will be opportunities for showcase matches throughout the entirety of the weekend.

Grading fixtures have been devised carefully to ensure each game contributes towards a grading period that supports the accurate assignment of teams into divisions, at the end of the four weeks. 

Fixtures have been created with the support and discretion from the AFL Barwon Grading Panel.

Please note that due to the nature of grading, the published fixture is subject to change.

The four-week Epworth Grading fixture can be found here.

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AFL Barwon and CDFNL Annual General Meetings

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, both meetings will be held electronically with the meeting login codes detailed below.

Colac & District Football Netball League Annual General Meeting – Inc A0008171S

Wednesday November 17th at 7.00pm

Meeting ID: 818 8710 8046
Passcode: 468179

AFL Barwon Annual General Meeting – A.C.N 160 417 845

Wednesday November 24th at 7.00pm

Meeting ID: 815 6345 7706

Passcode: 047854

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AFL Barwon Commission Resignation - Ian McTaggart

After unparalleled service to the AFL Barwon Commission and the region at a whole Ian McTaggart resigned from the commission last week. McTaggart was an inaugural AFL Barwon Commission member when it was formed in 2012. His service reigns back to the Football Geelong Commission in 2000, he continued his service as the name changed to Football and Netball Geelong Commission and then AFL Barwon Commission.

The AFL Barwon constitution allows for a commissioner to serve for a maximum of three consecutive terms, having served three terms on the AFL Barwon Commission McTaggart resigned his position leaving a casual vacancy.

McTaggart is a life member of the Ocean Grove Football & Netball Club and the Bellarine Football and Netball League, filling numerous roles within the club for over 25 years.

He has been involved in significant projects during his 21 years tenure, notably strategic plan development, policy development, financial benchmarking for clubs, VCFL and AFL Victoria reference groups and played a key role in development and management of football and netball databases. Another invaluable legacy is his mentorship of current and past AFL Barwon staff members.

AFL Barwon Region General Manager Bruce Harwood congratulated Ian for his service.

“Ian McTaggart has been a stalwart within the local Geelong football and netball community for many years. His service and dedication have been unsurpassed as he has been involved in the many changes and developments of the AFL Barwon organisation we see today. His willingness to help and mentor around his beloved Ocean Grove FNC and at AFL Barwon has been of immense benefit to all.” Harwood said.

AFL Barwon Chairman Craig Keating thanked Ian on behalf of the AFL Barwon Commissioners.

“Ian has provided great guidance to me as Chairman of AFL Barwon over the past 10 years for which I am very grateful. He understands the role of the Commission and has made a significant contribution to Community Football and Netball in the Barwon region. I am sure his wise counsel and friendship will continue to be welcomed by all stakeholders.” Keating said.

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AFL Barwon Commission Resignation - Richard Underwood

AFL Barwon has recently received the resignation notice of long-term Commissioner Richard Underwood. Richard has been an AFL Barwon Commissioner for over 10 years serving the maximum three terms under AFL Victoria’s constitution.
On presenting his resignation Richard stated “I am proud of the achievements that I have been involved in over the journey, both individually but more importantly with the co-operation of our commissioners and our wonderful AFL Barwon staff. We are indeed very fortunate to have such a strong and stable organisation looking after football and netball in the area ably lead by the commission.
I would like to thank all the clubs that have always made me welcome and their willingness to be open about there concerns and directions and a willingness to accept our All-Abilities umpires team at junior games.” AFL Barwon Commission Chair Craig Keating was also very proud of Richard’s contribution and long commitment to the organisation. Craig stated “Richard has been a committed Commissioner for his full three terms, with his passion for the local community always at the forefront. His work behind the scenes and with all the AFL Barwon clubs has been hugely appreciated.”
AFL Barwon Regional Manager Bruce Harwood also stated “Richard has been a long-time supporter of local community sport, particularly with his beloved Portarlington Football & Netball Club. And he extended this commitment to being a long-term AFL Barwon Commissioner taking on a number of
important roles. Richard was always available to help with all aspects of the operations of AFL Barwon and we sincerely thank him for his substantial contribution.”

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AFL Barwon Says No To Sports Betting Sponsors

AFL Barwon today renewed its commitment to the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Love the Game program, which aims to disrupt the normalisation of sports betting in our community.

AFL Barwon has been a Love the Game partner since (2016), which means saying no to sports betting sponsorships and raising awareness about the risks associated with gambling, especially among young people, who are exposed to gambling ads at saturation levels.

AFL Barwon have over 18,000 registered football and netball players, with 70% of those players being under the age of 18

‘We play AFL for the joy it brings us. At AFL Barwon we build friendships and nurture personal growth, leadership skills and other positive attributes. AFL Barwon respects that gambling is a legal form of entertainment but it is not one we believe should be encouraged or promoted” said Bruce Harwood, (AFL Barwon, Region Manager).

‘The Love the Game program supports us by providing information about how gambling works and the potential for negative consequences. It also helps our young players to develop their critical thinking skills before they are legally allowed to place a bet, so they understand the risks.

‘By doing our bit, we help young people in our community understand that sports and betting do not have to go together.’

Foundation CEO Shane Lucas said that the Love the Game program united sporting clubs at all levels, with 600+ partners signed up across numerous codes throughout the state.

‘Our research shows that young men aged 18–24 make up one-third of sports bettors in Victoria, and participation in young women is rising,’ he said.

‘AFL Barwon play an important role in showing young people that they don’t have to place a bet to have skin in the game or to make it more enjoyable.

‘Sport is about loving the game, not the odds.’

Anyone negatively affected by their own or someone else’s gambling can access confidential free advice, support and referral 24/7 on 1800 858 858.

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AFL Barwon Stars to Shine Bright in the 2023 V/Line Cup

We are thrilled to extend our congratulations to the exceptional young talents from the AFL Barwon region who have earned their spot on the V/Line Cup squad for the upcoming 2023 carnival in Shepparton!  This is a tremendous achievement, and their hard work and dedication have truly paid off.

The V/Line Cup, an annual showcase of emerging football talent, promises to be an exciting event this year, with our own Barwon representatives taking the stage on September 25th and 26th. The two action-packed days will feature games against formidable opponents, making it a fantastic opportunity for these young players to test their skills and leave a lasting impression.

On Monday, September 25th, our AFL Barwon stars will face off against the formidable Gippsland team. This game is sure to be a thrilling contest, and our players are well-prepared to demonstrate their prowess on the field. Then, on Tuesday, September 26th, they will go head-to-head against the South East squad, showcasing their determination and passion for the game.

The V/Line Cup is not only a platform for players to exhibit their football talents but also a chance to develop and grow as players.

Stay tuned for updates on our AFL Barwon social media platforms across the week.


Under 15 Boy's Division 1 Squad

Noah Williams (Bell Park)

Henry Miller (Geelong Amateur)

Archer Chamberlain (St Josephs)

Darcy Harrington (Ocean Grove)

Dan Shaw (Barwon Heads)

Ned Badrock (Ocean Grove)

Bohdi Hateley (Ocean Grove)

Jack Thomson (Ocean Grove)

Jake Findlay (Anglesea)

Fletcher Pulleine (Lara)

Alex Baulch (Torquay)

Tom Teague (Ocean Grove)

John Fitzgerald (Geelong Amateur)

Charlie Hanegraaf (Geelong Amateur)

Jack Pickett (Torquay)

Josh Thompson (Torquay)

Charlie Whitehead (Barwon Heads)

Fletcher Harty (Irrewarra-Beeac)

Riley McLeod (St Josephs)

Max Chambers (Lara)

Reuben Long (Newtown & Chilwell)

Charlie Gray (Torquay)



Head Coach: Hamish Easton

Assistant Coaches: Scott Lindsay, Paul Hood, Dean Goodear


Under 15 Boy's Division 2 Squad

Archer Warrick (St Josephs)

Lukas Young (Grovedale)

Baxter Golding (St Marys)

Kye Perrett (South Barwon)

Jonathon Punchard (Ocean Grove)

Bodhi Black (Geelong West Giants)

Fletcher Bent (St Marys)

Max Sleep (St Marys)

Sage Losinno (Geelong West Giants)

Oliver Cincotta (Barwon Heads)

Joel Bartley (Barwon Heads)

Xavier Collins (Torquay)

Blake Middleton (Irrewarra-Beeac)

Ashton Middleton (Irrewarra-Beeac)

William Nicholls (Bell Park)

Dan Bilinski (Inverleigh)

Lachlan Blacket (Barwon Heads)

Hamish Darroch (Birregurra)

Tamar Holt (Apollo Bay)

William Hibble (St Josephs)

Heath Langley (Bannockburn)

Oscar Kattwinkel (Geelong Amateur)



Head Coach: James O’Connor

Assistant Coaches: Luke Parsons, Dave McNeel, Adam Vaughan


Under 15 Girl's Division 1 Squad

Ahlia McDonald (Bannockburn)

Amy Litaize (Torquay)

Ashley Richie (St Josephs)

Ava Bilyk (St Marys)

Charlee Morrow (Lara)

Claudia Collins (Barwon Heads)

Crystal Kelly (Leopold)

Emie Dowling-Button (Portarlington)

Esme Conlan (St Marys)

Evie Albones (Torquay)

Evie Perez (Drysdale)

Francesca Burleigh (South Barwon)

Grace Carroll (Geelong Amateur)

Greea McKeegan (Torquay)

Jayde Morrissy (Newtown & Chilwell)

Jayme Lasky (Lara)

Kiarni Low (Bell Park)

Kiya Conor (Geelong West)

Lua Payne (St Marys)

Meyah Fursland (St Josephs)

Milla Wall (Torquay)

Shae Conor (Geelong West)

Sophie Nolan (South Barwon)

Teliah Tkaczuk (St Josephs)



Head Coach: Ava McKeegan

Assistant Coaches: Sachi Degiacomi, Charlotte Simpson

AFL Barwon Umpiring Opportunities

2022 AFL Barwon Umpire Coach Vacancies.

  • AFL Barwon Head Umpuire Coach - Colac
  • AFL Barwon Senior Assistant Feild Umpire Coach - Geelong X 2

AFL Barwon are seeking EOI in the above positions for the 2022 season.

All positions come with an honorarium based payment.

For a PD of each role please contact Jock Hillgrove This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

EOI will be closing on the 19th November 2021 at 5pm.

  • A valid Victoria WWC check is manditory.
  • ALF Umpire Coach Accreditation of willing to participate in AFL Upmire Coach Accreditation requirements are manditory.

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AFL Barwon, GFNL and BFNL Annual General Meetings

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, both meetings will be held electronically with the meeting login codes detailed below.

Bellarine Football Netball League Annual General Meeting – Inc A0008493U

Wednesday November 24th at 6.30pm

Meeting ID: 890 3425 9294
Passcode: 325781

Geelong Football Netball League Annual General Meeting – Inc A0006014H

Wednesday November 24th at 6.30pm

Meeting ID: 844 3264 2496

Passcode: 586525

AFL Barwon Annual General Meeting – A.C.N 160 417 845

Wednesday November 24th at 7.00pm

Meeting ID: 815 6345 7706

Passcode: 047854

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AFL Commits a further $8m to Community football bounce back

The AFL has announced a major $8 million extra investment to help bring community football back and ensure the grassroots game thrives, following two years disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Community football is the foundation of the game and the AFL has made supporting community leagues, clubs, players, umpires, coaches, volunteers and administrators across the country a priority in 2022.

The package significantly increases the AFL’s commitment to community football and game development compared to the COVID-affected years of 2020 and 2021.

While the past two years have seen financial pressure placed on many parts of the game, the funding commitment directs funds to where they’re most needed and has been made in acknowledgement of the importance of community football and the people involved. The package will go towards getting kids active in schools, helping households return to their community clubs and bolstering support for volunteers, coaches and umpires.

Additionally, four-time Hawthorn Football Club premiership coach Alastair Clarkson will be a community coaching ambassador, giving coaches at all levels access to insights from one of the game’s all-time greats.

“There is no greater priority for our game in 2022 than ensuring community football bounces back and thrives,” AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan said.

“Footy means so much to so many people, towns and communities right across the country and we have an important role to play in helping everyone come back together, reconnecting families and friends and getting everyone back, engaged and active.

“Many have done it tough, and we don’t take for granted that community football has been affected. In some markets, particularly Victoria, New South Wales and the ACT, the community game has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to support the thousands of volunteers around the country who keep community clubs going and play our role in reconnecting communities, particularly where so much footy has been missed.

“It’s fantastic that someone of Alastair Clarkson’s calibre and experience has come on board to help community coaches across the country. Alastair is passionate about working with those involved at grassroots level and I’m sure the community football coaching network will benefit from what he has to offer.”

Below are some of the key components of the AFL’s $8 million extra support package for community football nationally:

  • $1.6 million towards volunteer support – more resources on the ground in all markets to benefit volunteers
  • $1.5 million investment into schools – consolidate AFL schools program offerings nationally and help schools/teachers get kids active
  • $1.4 million to remove coaching and umpiring registration fees across Australia
  • $1 million COVID fighting fund to benefit Victoria and New South Wales
  • $800,000 commitment to Victorian clubs for the 2022 season, such as covering certain administrative and insurance costs
  • Four-time Hawthorn Football Club premiership coach Alastair Clarkson will come on board as a community football coaching ambassador

AFL Executive General Manager Game Development, Rob Auld, said: “Despite the challenges and disruptions community sport has faced, our game rebounded strongly this year with grassroots participation back around record levels from 2019. More than 820,000 people were registered to participate in the game from NAB AFL Auskick through to junior and senior club football, women’s and men’s.

“But there have been considerable added responsibilities placed on volunteers and coaches to manage clubs and teams through uncertain periods. We must continue to provide opportunities and remove barriers for everyone involved in the game.

“Covid-related protocols and breaks in seasons have placed a significant burden on those leading and administering the community game, while many players and coaches have missed large chunks of football. Volunteers are a massive part of community football and they need greater support.

“This is why the AFL is prioritising support for community football in 2022 and making this extra investment, to bring people, clubs and communities back and get the game going in the way that makes it such an important and special part of so many lives.”

Further details about the AFL’s commitment to investing in community football in 2022 will follow.

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AFL Victoria launches Female Coaching Academy

AFL Victoria has launched its Female Coaching Academy, in partnership with BHP, aimed at attracting more female coaches into community football. 

The first edition of the Female Coaching Academy is set to start in November this year and conclude in March 2024. The program will be piloted in three regions – Barwon, South East and the Western Region Football League - and target women and girls between the ages of 15-20. 
Participants will experience five practical workshops delivered by AFL Victoria Coach Developers in each region involved. Upon completion of the tailored program, each participant will receive a Foundation (Level One) Coach Accreditation. 
Following the workshops, coaches will be given the opportunity to transition into a community club coaching role and will receive a match day experience in the coaches box at an AFLW game. Program costs will be covered by AFL Victoria.
The academy is built on modern coaching practices and will be tailored towards attracting women and girls who are currently playing or involved in the game, or other sports, but haven’t previously been involved in coaching Australian football.
Expressions of interest can be submitted here. Offers for the program will be distributed at the end of October.
AFL Victoria State Coaching Manager, Jennifer Taffs, said the program is part of AFL Victoria’s strategic aim of growing the female coaching talent pool in community football.
“Women and girls football has gone through a major transformation and growth phase since the inception of the AFLW competition in 2017, yet female coaching numbers haven’t kept pace with the growth of playing participation.
“The Female Coaching Academy, which will be piloted in three regions at the end of 2023 and early next year ahead of the 2024 football season, has a very specific aim of developing more coaching talent and helping aspiring coaches progress into coaching roles in community football.
“I would like to thank BHP for their support of the Female Coaching Academy in Victoria and their ongoing commitment towards women and girls football through a range of programs.”
Of the nearly 12,000 community football coaches currently registered in Victoria, just under 900 are female and the Female Coaching Academy is one initiative that has been designed to help grow this number.
AFL commits to major uplift in community football investment and driving participation for women and girls
In a sign of its commitment towards supporting community football, in 2022 the AFL announced a major increase in community football investment, with a minimum 10 per cent of the game's annual assessable revenue enshrined to go towards game development and community football from 2023 onwards.
As part of this commitment, last year the AFL approved more than $5 million in new investment to fund phase one of the 2022 Women and Girls Action Plan, designed to drive participation and representation for women and girls across all aspects of community football from playing to coaching, umpiring and administering.
AFL and BHP extend their commitment to changing the game
The AFL and BHP partnership was recently extended until the end of 2025, having commenced in 2020. The partnership builds on the two organisations’ shared ambitions to improve opportunity and equality in both business and sport and focuses on enhancing the impact in gender diversity. BHP is a major supporter of several key coaching programs including:
  • The BHP AFL Women's Coaching Academy
  • BHP Community Coach of the Year Award
  • AFLW Player to Coach Programs
  • She Can Coach National Program, presented by BHP
  • Women's Coaching Month, presented by BHP

Apollo Bay FNC - Seeking Senior Football Assistant Coach

The Apollo Bay Football Netball Club is seeking expressions of interest for a Geelong based
Senior Football Assistant Coach for Season 2022.

With a successful history and strong supporter base, the Apollo Bay Hawks are a proud
community football netball club. We have a talented young local player base that are keen
to learn. The club has great facilities, and the town is a growing community with plenty of
career opportunities.

We are affiliated in the Colac & District Football Netball League.
While our home ground is on the Great Ocean Road in Apollo Bay, we have strong
connections in Geelong, where our Senior teams train at least once a week during the

The position of Senior Assistant Coach would suit a young player with coaching aspirations.
We would welcome a 1st time coach with excellent communication and leadership skills and
a positive attitude. The successful applicant would assist and support the Senior Coach on
Game Day and at all training sessions and could base themselves in Geelong or even Apollo

The successful applicant is required to have or willing to obtain a Working with Children
check and Foundation Coaches accreditation. Remuneration negotiable.
Applications close March 21st 2022.
Please contact: John Lugg – Senior Football Executive

Ph: 0434 543 092
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Bannockburn Football Club seeking Senior Female Footballers

Bannockburn Football and Netball Club

Senior Womens Footy

Training Information 

Mondays and Wednesdays 6:45 - 8PM

Home of the Tigers - Moore Street Bannockburn (Back Oval)

Brendan Smith - Senior Women's Coach M: 0430 194 933

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Barwon Heads Seagals Seeking Practice Match Opponent

Barwon Heads’ Senior Female football side is seeking a practice match opponent ahead of the Epworth Senior Female season. The Seagals are happy to negotiate a date outside of the 20th of March.

Barwon Heads were the inaugural Premiers of the Division 1 Senior Female competition in 2018, and have two Senior Female sides.

If there is a club interested, please contact Josh Bacely on 0402 338 386.

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BFL Matches

Round # Date Link
Round 1 Saturday, 02 April 2022 View Games
Round 2 Saturday, 09 April 2022 View Games
Round 3 Saturday, 16 April 2022 View Games
Round 4 Saturday, 23 April 2022 View Games
Round 5 Saturday, 30 April 2022 View Games
Round 6 Saturday, 07 May 2022 View Games
Round 7 Saturday, 14 May 2022 View Games
Round 8 Saturday, 21 May 2022 View Games
Round 9 Saturday, 28 May 2022 View Games
Round 10 Saturday, 04 June 2022 View Games
Round 11 Saturday, 11 June 2022 View Games
Round 12 Saturday, 18 June 2022 View Games
Round 13 Saturday, 25 June 2022 View Games
Round 14 Saturday, 09 July 2022 View Games
Round 15 Saturday, 16 July 2022 View Games
Round 16 Saturday, 23 July 2022 View Games
Round 17 Saturday, 30 July 2022 View Games
Round 18 Saturday, 06 August 2022 View Games
Finals Week 1 Saturday, 13 August 2022 View Games
Finals Week 2 20/21 August 2022 View Games
Preliminary Final 27/28 August 2022 View Games
Grand Final 3 September 2022 View Games


  • Anglesea

  • Barwonheads

  • Drysdale

  • Geelongamatuers

  • Modewarre

  • Newcomb

  • Oceangrove

  • Portarlington

  • Queenscliff

  • Torquay


2023 DOW BFNL Seniors View Fixture
2023 Buckley's BFNL Reserves View Fixture


2023 BFNL A Grade Dow Cup View Fixture
2023 BFNL B Grade Buckley's Cup View Fixture
2023 BFNL C Grade Epworth Cup View Fixture
2023 BFNL D Grade View Fixture
2023 BFNL E Grade View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 19&Under gforce Cup View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 17&Under Division 1 View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 17&Under Division 2 LBW Business + Wealth Advisors Cup View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 15&Under Division 1 Kempe Cup View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 15&Under Division 2 Kempe Cup View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 13&Under Division 1 Kempe Cup View Fixture
Bellarine FNL 13&Under Division 2 Kempe Cup View Fixture

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