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Leulumoega Fou College defends Samoan secondary schools championship

OceaniaLeulumoega Fou College (LFC) recently defeated rival school Nu'uausala College to take out back-to-back titles at the Samoa Aussie Rules Football Association secondary school championships at Tuanaimato Oval.
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Junior development booming in northern PNG

OceaniaJunior development programmes in northern Papua New Guinea have gained momentum with the inaugural Northern Zone Regional Championships recently showcasing PNG’s next generation of Australian football talent.
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University Bulldogs win NCD rules football Grand Final in PNG

OceaniaThis year's Papua New Guinean NCD Grand Final saw a repeat of the 2002 final when the University Bulldogs smashed Wests 13.14 (92) to 4.4 (20) at Port Moresby's Amini Park.
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Aussie Rules spreads its wings to PNG's Gulf Province

OceaniaA recent trip by AFL development officers to Kerema has resulted in the reinvigoration of Australian Football in PNG's Gulf Province.
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Football's South Pacific Paradise

OceaniaAustralian football has long neglected its own neighbours. A lot of work is now being done to change that. Could footy be bound for the South Pacific Games?
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Interview with a potential New Zealand Falcon

OceaniaNot so long ago, when Australians moved overseas, they were forced to leave behind the game they love. Fortunately that is now changing, and Jeremy Blyth is someone who has benefitted. And since he spent several teenage years in New Zelaland, he hopes to represent them with pride in the 2005 International Cup.
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New Zealand AFL's new website launched

OceaniaA key component in the promotion of Australian Rules football around the world has been the Internet. After being dormant for some time during a major overhaul, it is great to see the new New Zealand AFL website online.
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Footy starts in the Solomon Islands

OceaniaThe growth of Australian footy in the South Pacifc continues, with the initial forays into the Solomons solidifying into a formal association and practice matches are underway.
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Auckland league gets set for the 2004 season

OceaniaArguably New Zealand's strongest league, the new Auckland AFL season is about to get underway.
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New Zealand's best set to shine in provincial championship

OceaniaAustralia's AFL Grand Final weekend (25th-26th September) is shaping up as a big weekend for football in New Zealand, with Christchurch set to host the National Provincial Championship (NPC) and an international junior tournament at a number of venues in the Canterbury region.
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