2018 Coffs Harbour * new content added * Wed, June 20, 2018 - 10:54 AM

***June 5th Update***

We now have a further promo for the Coffs Harbour carnival – click on the following link                Coffs Harbour 2018 promo


The National Carnival is to be held this year in Coffs Harbour and WA is currently taking registrations.  The below promotional video has been created and features 2 legends of the game, both huge fans of the Coffs area.

Coffs Harbour AFLM 2018 promo            


Cost to attend as a WA Player

As we are only an associate member of National AFL Masters Inc, we have a WA Team fee ($1450 +GST)/24 players , plus a WA National Carnival fee of $285 (which includes final presentation evening @ $160pp), 3 game umpire fees of $5 per game, WA Player Fee of $100, which totals $466.  As an organising committee, we rounded the fee to $500 to allow some funds towards team jumper presentation and a social event.   The uniform and state polo shirt is provided to each player at no additional costs. Extra clothing is available but not compulsory.  Fundraising opportunities will be generated by the playing group and although the Board cannot support the touring parties financially with members' funds, advertising and promotion assistance will be offered through the website and Facebook page.


Additional WA Supporters who travel

Apologies, a minor mistake has been discovered in the registration process, whereby the additional charge for any WA supporters who tour has not been added to your registration fee.  The charge of $50 will include a polo shirt and attendance at the WA welcome function in Coffs Harbour.  Should the extra people who are coming with you, wish not to be included in this option, please let me know.  If they do wish for a WA state polo shirt I will need to know what size they prefer. This option will be corrected in the registration process early next week.


State Team Training

At this stage the first official mens training session is booked for Monday 2nd July starting at 17:30pm at Tom Bateman Reserve in Canning Vale, opposite the Baseball Park, on Wilfred Road.  The women masters players have already started their training and are also very welcome at our sessions.  There will be an esky and a sausage sizzle after each training session where all profits will go to the touring side expenses. There will be 12 training sessions culminating in the final training session being held at Domain Stadium with a jumper presentation event afterwards in a function room at Domain Stadium.

To sign up CLICK HERE

Should you have any queries please don’t hesitate contact:

Nathan Dixon (chairman@aflmasterswa.com.au or Keith Edwards vicechairman@aflmasterswa.com.au or Andy Mathers operations@aflmasterswa.com.au)

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