North East Australian Football League
NT Thunder premiership captain Aaron Motlop has retired after injuries derailed his 2016 season. An inaugural member of the club since its’ formation, Motlop played 84 games and...[more]
Young Canberra star Jordan Harper claimed the Demons’ inaugural best-and-fairest award by an astonishing margin on Friday night. The 23-year-old, who came runner-up in the NEAFL MVP Award by a...[more]
Sydney University midfielder Tom Young won his first Driscoll Medal at the weekend after dominating the voting in the last half of the NEAFL season. Under a 6-5-4-3-2-1 voting system, The...[more]
Redland midfielder Blake Grewar has been rewarded for his outstanding season by taking out the Dowling Medal as the Bombers’ best-and-fairest player on Friday night. The 23-year-old became the...[more]
NT Thunder star Cameron Ilett has proven he is still at the peak of his powers after claiming a fifth NT Thunder Club Champion Award in Darwin on Saturday night. The 31-year-old capped off...[more]
NEAFL premiership player Kade Klemke will return to the competition as head coach of the Canberra Demons for the next two seasons. The former Queanbeyan star is a welcome boost to both the...[more]
Andrew Boston has capped off his return to junior club Southport this season by winning the Doc Mackenzie Medal as the Sharks’ best-and-fairest player last weekend. The star midfielder and...[more]
GIANTS midfielder Jake Barrett said the chance to write their names in the history books was a driving force in winning the club’s first ever premiership on Sunday. The WSU GIANTS won a titanic...[more]
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