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Round 17 shorts: AFLUA support the Pride Game

The third annual Pride match was played between Sydney and St.Kilda on Saturday night at the SCG. Both Sydney and St.Kilda stand united to promote inclusion in our game from all corners of our society. The AFLUA are strong supporters of this match and inclusion in our game.

It’s not […]

By |July 25th, 2017|News|0 Comments

A Telemarketer?  Surely not………

I am sure Simon Leigh has been called many things but a telemarketer isn’t probably one of them. Damien Main was at work one Monday afternoon when he received a call from an unknown number so decided to let it go to voicemail.  No doubt, Simon had just hung […]

By |July 24th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Grand Final great passes away

AFLUA life member and grand final umpire Leo Sutton passed away in Canberra last week after a short illness.  Leo was a tireless volunteer in his latter years working for the Canberra Lions Club and the Canberra Hospice.

Leo was an engaging story teller and spoke with such passion and […]

By |July 24th, 2017|News|0 Comments

Vale Colin Newcombe

Former Cadet Squad field umpire and long time friend and supporter of the AFLUA, Colin Newcombe has passed away after an eight month battle with cancer.

Col began umpiring in 1984 in the Colac and District FL. He had a stint with the Southern Football League and worked in the […]

By |July 24th, 2017|News|0 Comments

350 up for Thommo

Week after week for 21 years, Mark Thommo Thomson has trained and prepared his body to umpire AFL Football. Since his first appointment back in 1996 to Adelaide Vs Sydney, Thommo has umpired in 28 Finals, 5 Grand finals (including the 2010 replay), and a substantial amount of Adelaide […]

By |July 21st, 2017|News|0 Comments

Right on Par with the greats Nicho 300

Mat (Nicho) Nicholls got involved in umpiring for some pocket money and to lose some weight back in the Diamond Valley Football League in 1992. He is now one of the most elite and professional umpires at the AFL level in 2017. This weekend Nicho walks out to officiate […]

By |July 21st, 2017|News|0 Comments

Round 17 shorts: Country boy hits 200 games on Country Week

Warragul boy, Chris Roberts walked onto the MCG on Saturday in the Geelong v Hawthorn match very proud of his 200 game milestone.  His good mate, Chris Gordon estimated that Chris has travelled up and down the Princes Highway to the tune of 122,400 kilometres to undertake his role.  Now that’s […]

By |July 19th, 2017|News|0 Comments

True umpiring trailblazer

Imagine telling Robert Flower, Robert DiPierdomenico or Mark ‘‘Jacko’’ Jackson to ease up on the football field.

That was Glenn James’ life for the eight years he spent umpiring in the Victorian Football League, directing players double his size and dealing with the fallback.

But the indigenous umpire was quick on […]

By |July 14th, 2017|News|0 Comments
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