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Australian Football Council
Australian-Football-CouncilAustralian Football Council may refer to: Australian-Amateur-Football-CouncilAustralian Amateur Football Council, the governing body for the sport of amateur Australian rules football in
Dec 30th 2011



Australian National Football Council
the Australian Football Council (1920–1927 and 1973–1975), the National Football League (NFL) (1975–1989) and the National Australian Football Council (NAFC)
Feb 16th 2017



International Australian Football Council
Australian-Football-Council">The International Australian Football Council (IAFC) was a body established in 1995 to govern the sport of Australian rules football internationally.
Apr 6th 2016



Australian rules football
matches in Australian rules football The role of the Australian National Football Council (ANFC) was primarily to govern the game at a national level
Apr 27th 2017



Australia Council for the Arts
For the peak community arts organisation formerly known as Arts-CouncilArts Council of Australia, see Regional Arts Australia. The Australia Council for the Arts,
Mar 20th 2017



Geography of Australian rules football
returned to the title of Australian Football, governed by the Australian Football Council. Concerned primarily with the growth of their own domestic competitions
Mar 8th 2017



Laws of Australian rules football
by the increasingly professional aspect of the sport. The Australian Amateur Football Council was formed in 1933. As a result, many amateur leagues interpret
Apr 12th 2017



Australian Football International Cup
Australian Football International Cup run by the International Australian Football Council under the auspices of the Australian Football League, which then
Apr 23rd 2017



West Australian Football League
was shown by the fact that it had a separate seat on the Australian National Football Council until 1919.) The higher standard of play that followed helped
Apr 7th 2017



Australian Amateur Football Council
Australian-Amateur-Football-Council">The Australian Amateur Football Council is the governing body of amateur Australian football in the states of Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania
Apr 1st 2017



Australian rules football in Africa
Senegal and the country was represented at the International Australian Football Council AGM in Darwin in 1999. Around this time, two teams were established
Nov 16th 2016



Australian Council
Australia Council, full name the Australia Council for the Arts Australian Football Council (disambiguation) Australian Legislative Council (disambiguation)
Dec 20th 2009



Australian rules football in Queensland
premiership competition. In August 1927 at a meeting of the Australian National Football Council it was decided that each of the state leagues were to include
Apr 1st 2017



Australian rules football in Tasmania
interests in the state. The council has membership with the Australian Amateur Football Council[citation needed]. Burnie Football Club Clarence Devonport
Apr 19th 2017



Australian rules football in New Zealand
without any overseas delegates, the council reverted to the Australian Football Council. Nevertheless, some efforts were made to rekindle interest in
Nov 13th 2016



Australian rules football in the Goldfields region of Western Australia
(WAFL). The Goldfields were awarded a separate seat on the Australian National Football Council from 1903–19, although both leagues combined to form one
Apr 23rd 2017



Professional Footballers Australia
The Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) is an Australian trade union affiliated with the Australian Council of Trade Unions that represents professional
Jan 22nd 2017



Australian rules football in Western Australia
was shown by the fact that it had a separate seat on the Australian National Football Council until 1919.) The higher standard of play that naturally followed
Apr 23rd 2017



Names of Australian rules football
the Australasian Football Council changed its name to the Australian National Football Council, to acknowledge that the sport was no longer being played
Apr 9th 2017



Australian rules football in Oceania
Australian rules football in Oceania is the sport of Australian rules football as it is watched and played in the Oceanian continent. Today the sport is
Feb 4th 2017



History of Australian rules football
the game spread to New Zealand the national governing body the Australian Football Council became known as the Australasian Football Council then changed
Apr 2nd 2017



Australian Council of Trade Unions
Australian-Council">The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) is the largest peak body representing workers in Australia. It is a national trade union centre of 46 affiliated
Mar 16th 2017



Interchange (Australian rules football)
substitution. A single substitute was finally introduced by the Australian National Football Council for the 1930 season, with no restrictions on whether the
Jan 6th 2017



Australian rules football in Papua New Guinea
Australian rules football in Papua New Guinea is a developing team sport which was initially introduced by Australian servicemen. The sport has a long
Apr 24th 2017



Australian rules football in New South Wales
secretary of the NSWRL, Harold R. Miller and sent to the Australian-National-Football-CouncilAustralian National Football Council. A trial game was held in secret, but the plans were never
Apr 13th 2017



Australian Football League
the introduction of State of Origin selection criteria by the Australian-Football-CouncilAustralian Football Council in 1977, after which Victoria's results with the other main Australian
Apr 20th 2017



Australian Rules Football League of Ireland
In response to this, Michael founded the EARFC (European Australian Rules Football Council) in January 2001, with a view to developing the sport of Aussie
Dec 21st 2016



Australian rules football in Australian popular culture
Australian rules football has had a significant impact on Australian popular culture, capturing the imagination of Australian film, art, music, television
Apr 1st 2017



Countries playing Australian rules football
See also: Australian rules football around the world and Australian Football International Cup Note: In order to be recognised as a true national
Apr 6th 2017



Australian rules football exhibition matches
attendance records § Exhibition matches Sources : International Australian Football Council, SurreyCricket.com, Matchday programmes, VFL/AFL Further information:
Nov 11th 2016



Handball (Australian rules football)
began to gain prominence in the early 1920s, before the Australian National Football Council (ANFC) voted to abolish it before the 1925 season, making
Jan 6th 2017



Soccer in Australia
Soccer, also known as football, is the most played outdoor team sport in Australia, and ranks in the top ten for television audience. The national governing
Feb 23rd 2017



Queanbeyan Football Club
The-Queanbeyan-Football-ClubThe Queanbeyan Football Club, nicknamed the Tigers, are an Australian rules football club that compete in the AFL Canberra. The club is based in Queanbeyan
Jan 22nd 2017



Australian rules football in China
Australian rules football has been played in China since the 1990s. Interest in Australian football in China received a boost after the AFL, the premier
Apr 8th 2017



James Kennedy (Australian politician)
Kennedy Sir James Arthur Kennedy (1882–1954) was an Australian politician and sportsman. Kennedy served as a minister in the Dunstan and Hollway Victorian state
Jan 17th 2017



South Australia
For the song, see Australia South Australia (song). For the southern region of Australia, see Southern Australia. "Australia South Australian" redirects here. For the 1844–1851
Apr 27th 2017



One percenter (Australian rules football)
Macgugan, Mark. "Hawk defenders have no fear". Retrieved 10 January 2013Checking Skills - from the International Australian Football Council
Oct 9th 2016



Goldfields Football League
the league enjoyed a seat and full voting rights on the Australian-National-Football-CouncilAustralian National Football Council until 1919. The first clubs to play Australian football were
Nov 16th 2016



Wudinna District Council
Wudinna District Council is located in central Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. It was established on 28 May 1925 as the District Council of Minnipa. It
Jan 21st 2017



Football (ball)
Australian Football. Retrieved 7 November 2013. "International Australian Football Council". 23 August 2006. Archived from the original on 23 August 2006
Apr 7th 2017



Championship of Australia
the Championship returned under the same format but the Australian National Football Council refused to grant it official status as a team from Western
Mar 9th 2017



District Council of Cleve
The-District-CouncilThe District Council of Cleve is a local government area on the eastern Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. The district is mostly agricultural in nature
Dec 13th 2016



PNG Rules Football Council
The PNG Rules Football Council is the governing body for the sport of Australian rules football in Papua New Guinea. It works closely with AFL PNG, the
Apr 5th 2016



Caboolture Australian Football Club
Australian-Football-Club-Inc">Caboolture Australian Football Club Inc (nicknamed The Lions) is a Sunshine Coast based club competing in the QFA Northern division Australian rules football
Mar 21st 2017



Australian rules football schism (1938–1949)
standard rules, in exchange for receiving its own seat on the Australian National Football Council, which ultimately gave it a voice in the administration of
Apr 23rd 2017



Australian Rugby Union
Not to be confused with Australian-Rugby-LeagueAustralian Rugby League. Australian-Rugby-Union">The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) is the governing body of rugby union in Australia. It was officially
Apr 28th 2017



Sport in Australia
Sport is an important part of Australian culture dating back to the early colonial period. Cricket, Australian rules football, rugby union and horse racing
Apr 18th 2017



Daniel Pratt (footballer)
Daniel Pratt (born 21 March 1983) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for both Brisbane and North Melbourne in the Australian Football League
Feb 25th 2017



Jim Brown (Western Australian politician)
James McMillan "Jim" Brown (born 1927) is a former Australian politician who served in both houses of the Parliament of Western Australia, representing
Feb 26th 2017



Variations of Australian rules football
universal code". The-MercuryThe Mercury. Hobart, TAS. 30 March 1915. p. 8.  "Australian Football Council". The-AgeThe Age. Melbourne, VIC. 30 December 1919. p. 7.  "The new
Mar 7th 2017





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