Townsville AFL Masters Sharks update 22/07/2019

Current training. AFL Masters Townsville training continues on Wednesday evening start from 530pm at Neil French oval or as otherwise advised and Sundays from 1200 with a game every second week, generally on the RMS oval near Hermit Park and Curra Swans. Good numbers that are steady and on the increase. Well done to Dean Anderson and David Lindsay for the bulk of the work in this program. The additional training is needed as we approach the AFL Masters National Carnival.


Next sanctioned game. Charters Towers this weekend Saturday 27 Jul 19. The draw is as below. Please advise your availability to assist with preparations. Request players to be at the ground at least one hour earlier than game or advise.


We are also after anyone who would be able to umpire some of the games to assist Charters Towers. If you need to obtain umpire accreditation (it is easy to conduct and only takes about 15-25 minutes) to assist with games, please follow the link:…



AFL National Carnival Coaches. MAFQ has announced, if you would like to assist in any positions it would be most appreciated. Please discuss with the respective coach as team manager, assistance coaches and support staff will make the task easier for everyone.


35/40 Div 1 Sam French

45 Div 1 Dean Wallington

45 Div 2 Andy Pethybridge

50 Div 1 Tim Moncur

50 Div 2 Chris Mohrwinkel

55 Div 1 TBA

60 Div 1 Bob Templeton, assistant Glenn Phillips

Women TBA


AFL National Carnival registrations are required to be submitted by 31 Jul 19.


Grant support. Big thank you to Julie Mohrwinkel for submitting the grant and McDonalds with the provision of a drink cooler. Awaiting for further information as we have more in progress to assist the club, in particular after the Northern Monsoon severe weather event early this year.



Any questions please email or call. 




Andy Pethybridge


AFL Masters Townsville


0432 388 055


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