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Saturday, August 19 2017 @ 04:59 PM ACST

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US Western Regionals schedule

North AmericaThe Western Regionals are being held in San Diego this weekend. This is the second leg of the series, to help determine seedings for the United States AFL 2004 Nationals, to be held in Atlanta in October. With each of the attending five teams playing against every other team once, the Regional should be a fair measure of the relative strengths of the teams. The draw follows.
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The Arizona Model and Growing Pains for Californian Footy

North AmericaWest Coast USA was slower to take to Australian football, then it looked like it might outshine the East. Now the game is at the crossroads in the giant state of California - will it hit rock bottom or is the sky the limit?
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San Jose Hornets Headache

North AmericaEvery year the AFL clubs seem to find themselves hitting the headlines for the wrong reasons, but clubs outside of Australia are by no means immune to controversy either.
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Stability and Growth in the Land of the Maple Leaf

North AmericaAustralian football continues to grow in a country where it already has a well established base.
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Battle Hots up in 2004 MAAFL race

North AmericaMany believe the Mid American Australian Football League (MAAFL) is fast becoming the benchmark league in the United States. The following report is from eastern USA correspondent Wayne Kraska. He reviews the history of the MAAFL and gives us a season wrap to date. Although the MAAFL spans what is described as the American mid-west, it still falls in the eastern half of the country.
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49th Parallel Cup 2004 - Revolution maintains streak against Northwind

North AmericaLast weekend the US national side, the Revolution, took on the pride of Canada, the Northwind, in the 49th Parallel Cup, named after the latitude that marks much of the border between the countries. The US continued it's winning run. The following report is from US Footy and gives the American perspective
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Big Stage for Denver and Vancouver

North AmericaThe Denver Bulldogs and Vancouver Cougars have organised half time demonstrations of footy at major sporting events.
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CAFA becomes AFL Canada

North AmericaAs has been a trend with Australian football national bodies around the world recently, the top level organisation for footy in Canada has been rebadged. The following is from Mike Travers, AFL Canada President.
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Baton Rouge Tigers

North AmericaLousiana's first footy club is being formed in Baton Rouge, called the Tigers after the mascot of Louisiana State University.
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