The 2019 National Indigenous Football Championships will be kicking off for the fourth successive year in South Nowra’s Sporting Complex on Thursday 31st of October as the annual tournament supported by Football NSW and run by Wreck Bay Sharks FC prepares for yet another record breaking event.
The drug and alcohol-free event will feature an Open Men and Women’s competition which will consist of sixteen male and female senior teams and ten Under 14 male and female teams.
The unique three-day tournament run the in the Shoalhaven District Football Association has already exceeded the number of teams for 2019 enforcing the message that this is one of the premier Indigenous football events of the year which will see over 500 players battling it out for their respective titles.
Teams competing across the different age groups in the tournament and their locations are below:
|Peak Hill||Peak Hill|
|Wodi Wodi Wandian Saltwater Dolphins||Shoalhaven|
|Darug Dynamos||Black Town|
|South Coast Swans||Batemans Bay|
|Gadhu Warriors men’s||Wallaga Lake|
|Roseby park saltwater gatherers||Nowra|
|Northern Nations FC||Armidale|
|Newcastle All Stars||Newcastle|
|North Coast United FC||Grafton/Lismore|
|Djuwin Walinburra||Jervis Bay|
|South Coast PD||Nowra|
|Dhubu Dinawan FC||Dubbo|
Wednesday 30th October – ALDI MiniRoos Schools Clinic.
Thursday 31st October – Frist day of competition.
Friday 1st November – Second day of competition and junior matches.
Saturday 2nd November – Finals and Elders Walking Football.
If anyone is interested in attending please contact Bernie McLeod on [email protected]