The 2018 National Indigenous Football Championships will be kicking off for the third successive year in South Nowra’s Sporting Complex on Thursday 1st of November 2018, with this year’s competition incorporating an education opportunity for individuals.
Throughout the week Football NSW in conjunction with Western Sydney University there will be a ALDI MiniRoos Coaching Course, in alignment with the WSU’s coaching unlimited program.
This is a great opportunity for those individuals who would like to or already do coach within their local community, between the ages of 5-9 years of age.
The course will be unlike other ALDI MiniRoos Coaching Courses, with the capability of building, inclusion and promotion of health, nutrition, leadership and the value of Indigenous Aboriginal coaches within the community highlighted within these sessions.
Registrations for the course are available to all coaches, participants and other interested individuals/groups in attendance at the tournament.
Coaching Course Details:
Location: South Nowra Football Complex – Mumbulla Street, South Nowra
Date: Wednesday 31st October: 8:00pm – 9:30pm & Thursday 1st November: 8:30pm – 9:30pm
This year’s competition will see the following teams compete, in the National Indigenous Football Championships to take place from the 1st to the 3rd of November 2018.
|Womens Teams||Mens Teams|
|Dhinawan Yinarr FC||Clontarf All-Stars FC|
|Djuwin Walimburra FC (A)||Dinawan Dhuray FC|
|Djuwin Walimburra FC (B)||Djuwin Walimburra FC|
|Illawarra Bungarras FC||Gadhu Warriors FC|
|One Mob FC||Illawarra Bungarras FC|
|Roseby Park Salt Water Gatherers FC||Orange United FC|
|South Coast Black Swans FC||South Coast Black Swans FC|
|Walanga Muru FC||South Coast PD Dolphins|
|Yirara College FC||Roseby Park Salt Water Gatherers FC|
|Yuin Black Cockatoos FC||Walanga Muru FC|
|Gatherers FC||Wirrigas United FC|
|Yuin Black Cockatoos FC|