New Teams Galore For Record Bound 2011

The biggest annual increase in Youth Girls participation is on the cards for season 2011.

AFL Victoria expects around 1200 girls aged 13-18 to play in one of sixty teams across nine competitions in country Victoria and Melbourne. New four team competitions will be established in Ballarat and Warrnambool, whilst the Yarra Junior Football League will start a 6-8 team competition. Existing competitions in Geelong (8 teams), Bendigo (5 teams), Western Melbourne (12 teams), NFL (10-12 teams), Eastern Melbourne (7 teams), and South East Juniors (formerly DDJFL - 10 teams) will all enjoy growth also.

More information on your local league and teams for 2011 is below.

 

BALLARAT FOOTBALL LEAGUE

  • 4 teams - yet to be decided

 

BENDIGO YOUTH GIRLS

  • Eaglehawk
  • Huntly
  • Marong
  • Maroopna*
  • North Bendigo

 

EASTERN YOUTH GIRLS

  • Chirnside Park
  • East Burwood
  • East Malvern
  • Healesville*
  • Seville Ranges
  • St Peter's*
  • St Simon's

 

GEELONG YOUTH GIRLS

  • Barwon Heads
  • Belmont*
  • Clonard College
  • Drsydale
  • Leopold
  • Matthew Flinders College*
  • Sacred Heart College
  • South Barwon

 

NORTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

  • Darebin
  • Diamond Creek *2
  • Epping*
  • Jacana
  • Keon Park
  • Lalor Stars
  • Lorimer*
  • Mill Park*
  • St Damian's
  • Wallan

 

SOUTH EAST JUNIORS

  • Berwick
  • Cranbourne
  • Fountain Gate*
  • Hallam
  • Hampton Park
  • Mossgiel Park*
  • Narre South
  • Narre Warren
  • Noble Park
  • South Mornington*

 

WARRNAMBOOL YOUTH GIRLS

  • 4 teams - yet to be decided

 

WESTERN YOUTH GIRLS

  • Altona
  • Deer Park*
  • Melbourne University
  • Melton
  • Old Westbourne
  • Pascoe Vale*
  • St Albans
  • St Francis (Oak Park)*
  • St Kilda
  • Sunbury
  • Williamstown*
  • Wyndham Vale

 

YARRA JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE

  • Banyule
  • Bulleen Templestowe
  • Greythorn
  • Kew
  • Warrandyte
  • Whitehorse



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