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Inaugural Asian Presidents\\\' summit
Authored by: Shane Hendrickson on Wednesday, August 14 2013 @ 04:21 am ACST

 It will be interesting to see whether the junior programmes develop into anything further. I think the major issue at the moment has been kids stopping when they get to about 12, so they are planning to address that with increased competitions to keep them interested.

The Dongguan boys are still coachless, but the SCAFL is doing its best to help with the situation and is giving the boys some game time to keep them involved as well.

As for Pakistan, the president is currently on holiday, but will give me a full report when he gets back. For now I can tell you though that the Islamabad Dashers are planning their official launch for the 28th of September, AFL Grand Final day.

Inaugural Asian Presidents\\\\\\\' summit
Authored by: Aaron Richard on Wednesday, August 14 2013 @ 06:19 am ACST

 Regards Indonesian local footy, there was the West Java AFL for a while who were based almost entire around locals.  Not sure if it's still going.

Last IC, there was a plan to bring over half a squad from Indonesia and make up the other half from students currently in Australia (similar to how the Indian team did it).

Maybe this time around it'll come together?  The Indo Footy Stars (an Australian-based group of Indonesian nationals who have played at the Multicultural Cup) were keen to help out.