50 years of CSU

The topic of university students and “old faces” isn’t exactly something that comes along too often. No offence to those admirable mature age students looking to chase their tertiary education dreams, but when one thinks of university life we tend


Australians have sacrificed a lot over the past year. Whether it’s time with family, the livelihoods that sustain us, or even just the creature comfort of bending the elbow with friends. The past 12 months has taught us the importance

‘Shoosh for Kids’ returns in 2021

AFL NSW/ACT is proud to support the NSW Government Office of Sport initiative, Shoosh for Kids campaign. Shoosh for Kids is a collaborative effort between the Office of Sport and state sporting bodies to promote positive sideline behaviour to their members,


It’s often been said ‘a week is a long time in footy’. But for Jordan Hedington, the 78 week wait to lead Narrandera feels like an eternity. The new Eagles coach was unveiled in early October 2019, but is still

Narrandera’s Matt Flynn named for AFL debut

One had to wait 1944 days. The other 102. But both Matt Flynn and Tanner Bruhn will make their AFL debuts against St Kilda on Sunday at GIANTS Stadium. The pair was told they’d be playing their first AFL games

Henty’s Nick Murray officially a Crow

The Adelaide Crows have signed emerging tall defender Nick Murray as a rookie for the 2021 season. The 20-year-old was overlooked in the past two drafts but has earned his spot on an AFL list after impressing since joining the

Will Shaw on becoming a GIANT

Will Shaw wasn’t ready to give up, when he missed out on being drafted at the end of 2019. Invited to stay on with the Bendigo Pioneers for an extra year as a 19-year-old he went one step further and,

Brookdale break drought with emphatic first win!

The Brookdale Bluebells returned triumphant to Lockhart on Friday after notching up their maiden Women’s footy win against newcomers Collingullie Glenfield Park at Crossroads Oval. Gullie were brimming with confidence after their first round win over Narrandera but it was

2021 McDonalds SNSW Women’s Competition off to a flier!

The 2021 McDonalds SNSW Women’s Competition began with a bang on Friday evening with games played at three picture perfect venues across the Riverina. The opening round began at Gumly Oval for a double header featuring perennial favourites CSU taking

2021 McDonalds Southern NSW Women’s Comp kicks off Friday!

AFL Riverina is proud to announce the 2021 McDonalds Southern NSW Women’s Competition will kick off this Friday February 12 with the first game at Gumly Oval at 6.30pm between CSU and newcomers Ganmain Grong Grong Matong. After an interrupted