North East Australian Football League
New Redland recruit Peter Yagmoor wants another crack at the elite level.[more]
Redland started the year with a bang but it was cross-town rivals Aspley which brought down the curtain on their season. Despite losing an Elimination Final, the Bombers showed all the signs of a...[more]
NT THUNDER co-captains Aaron Motlop and Cameron Ilett and spearhead Darren Ewing have extended their playing contracts for next season. Ilett, 29, finished fourth in the league's MVP count this...[more]
Under a new coach and a big turnover of players, NT Thunder returned to the top of the table before falling just short of a Grand Final berth. Here is their season in review. Wins: 16 Losses:...[more]
AINSLIE has been bolstered by the recruitment of four former Belconnen players for the 2015 NEAFL season. NEAFL representative Simon Curtis and youngsters Nick Collins and Jordan and Lachlan Harper...[more]
Ainslie were the best performing ACT club in a season of controversy for the region where two of its clubs exited the competition. Although they were knocked out in week one of the finals, there was...[more]
EASTLAKE continues to bolster its list with utility David Cummins and club best-and-fairest winner Kirk Mahon committing to the club for the 2015 season. Cummins, a former Brisbane Lions NEAFL...[more]
Sydney University pushed the top six all year in a promising performance for the club. The Students' seventh-placed finished gives them plenty to build on heading forward. Here is their season in...[more]
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