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May 23, 2010
Aussieproperty.com Premiership Round 2 Result

Leeside Lions 18.14(122) Midwest Magpies 6.2(38) Lions Report Perfect weather conditions saw the Lions host the Magpies in the first game of the season at CIT grounds. Neither team had enough players to play the usual 14 a side so it was agreed to play 9 a side, the Lions having a 4 man bench…

May 17, 2010
Aussieproperty.com Premiership – Round 1 Result

(Belfast Redbacks Team which contested their first Premiership Match since 2006) Belfast Redbacks 11.18(84) Dublin Demons  2.9(21) Demons Match Report On Saturday morning the 15/5, the Dees met at Tara St train station with everyone in good form and looking forward to travelling to Belfast for our opening game of the 2010 season. With a…

May 8, 2010
Aussieproperty Premiership 2010 – Round 1 Result

West Dublin Saints 1.4(10) South Dublin Swans 24.23(167) Goalscorers and Teams available in Statistics Section of Website. Saints Match Report Saturday 8th of May saw the West Dublin Saints line out for their premiership season opener against The South Dublin Swans. The sun was shining at The Saints home ground, Chanel College Coolock, although as…

May 8, 2010
Aussieproperty Premiership 2010 – Round 1 Result

(Midwest Magpies Team who Made their Premiership Debut v Midland Tigers, Photo Courtesy of Hugh Hamill http://www.hughwphamill.com, More in Photo Gallery) Midwest Magpies 5.12(42) Midland Tigers    8.10(58) Magpies Report Another little bit of ARFLI History was made on Saturday as the first ever competitive game to be played in Connacht took place in St.Marys College…

May 5, 2010
Aussieproperty.com Premiership 2010 Fixtures Announced

The 2010 Aussieproperty.com Premiership Commences this saturday with one Round 1 Meeting in the Eastern Conference. The game in question will be the first of many Dublin Derbys this year as the West Dublin Saints take on the Super 9s winning South Dublin Swans. This year a record eight clubs will compete in the Premiership…

April 26, 2010
Swans Win Smats.net Super 9s at Dublin Anzac Sports Carnival

The South Dublin Swans emeged victorious as the dust settled on this year’s Smats.net Super 9s. The competition was held as one of the entrepieces of the inaugural Dublin Anzac Sports Carnival, an initiative run by ARFLI, the New Zealand Ireland Association and Touch Rugby.ie. With the plans of several teams affected by flight disruption,…

April 14, 2010
Dublin Demons Haggis Cup Champions

The Dublin Demons were once again crowned the Haggis Cup champions after a 4-year gap last weekend. This years trip was eagerly anticipated when circumstances made last years trip unfeasible.  So it was an excited bunch of demons that met up in Dublin airport ready to do battle and drink beer.  The dedication of the…

March 17, 2010
ARFLI Becomes a Member of the Federation of Irish Sports

After many years ploughing a lone furrow, ARFLI this year sought to improve our standing in Irish sport and to seek support in developing Australian Football in Ireland by joining the Federation of Irish Sports. The Federation is a representative body for all of the major National Governing Bodys in Ireland and they lobby government,…

February 28, 2010
Ten Years On – Darron Nutt

In the second of our anniversary features, this week we catch up with a man who was a driving force in the early years of Irish Footy, Darron Nutt. Darron was a founding member of the Belfast Redbacks and later coached the Dublin Demons – Indeed the Demons Best & Fairest award is named in…

February 11, 2010
Ten Years On – Colm Cronin

To celebrate the tenth  anniversary of footy in Ireland, this year we’ll be running features on our history and interviews with some of the central figures involved. We start with the original of the species, the founding father of the Dublin Demons and by virtue of that footy in Ireland, Colm Cronin. 1. How did…

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