My European Heritage | Stephen Coniglio

MOVING out of home at age 17 to become a professional athlete is not a change that would come easy to many.

Growing up in a close-knit Italian family, and with family spread across the world, Giants captain Stephen Coniglio felt like he was leaving everything behind.

“Initially it was quite hard, my nonno (grandfather) moved to Australia in the late 1950’s, and set up home in Perth, Western Australia where a lot of my family still are to this day.

“I grew up my whole life following footy in Western Australia and barracking for West Coast, dreaming of one day playing for them.

“But as I got older I started to think, even if it was for a couple of years, to go somewhere else and experience playing footy away from home, to get out of my comfort zone and to grow as a person.”

Eight year’s later from being picked up by the Giants, Coniglio signed on with GWS for a further seven years, and not long after, was announced captain of the club.

New Giants captain Stephen Coniglio pictured with former captains Phil Davis & Callan Ward.

New Giants captain Stephen Coniglio pictured with former captains Phil Davis & Callan Ward. Picture: Getty Images.

“I had a very close family and bunch of friends back in Perth so yes whilst it was hard, I did quickly come to love Sydney and I’m happy I can now be here forever in my playing days.”

Drafted to the newly formed club in 2011, Coniglio was fortunate enough to debut as one of the first 22 players to pull on the GWS colours in round 1 of the 2012 season.

“The friendships I’ve made from moving to Greater Western Sydney has been one of the biggest highlights of my personal career.”

As the sport of Australian Football grows and spreads across the world, it’s players like Coniglio who we ought to acknowledge.

The Giant has been an AFL Multicultural Ambassador since its beginning in 2014, volunteering to grow the game not just in Western Sydney, but in Europe too.

Both of Coniglio’s parents were born overseas – his father in Italy, and mother in the United Kingdom – where plenty of his family still resides.

“I try to get over there (UK) as much as possible to see my mum’s side, who I’m all still very close with.

“I’ve been speaking to my nonna (grandmother) and my aunty (in Italy) quite frequently to make sure they’re ok. It’s been hard for them to stay inside, but they’ve been doing their best to keep busy.

“They live in quite a small town so they all do their bit to help out one another.”

A young Coniglio at the launch of the AFL Multicultural Ambassador Program in 2014. Picture: Getty Images.

A young Coniglio at the launch of the AFL Multicultural Ambassador Program in 2014. Picture: Getty Images.

The AFL had organised eleven multicultural matches to be played in 2020, with the Giants set to host one against Essendon in round 17.

As a Multicultural Ambassador, Coniglio works amongst some of the league’s most highly respected AFL players to engage people from multicultural backgrounds to connect with the game of Australian Football.

“Majak Daw, Nic Naitanui, Bachar Houli, Adam Saad… we’ve all really stuck together from the start. It’s been a real highlight being able to get together with those guys every year.”

Despite his already impressive list of accomplishments with his time in the AFL, when Coniglio was asked if it ranked highly as personal achievement, he did not hesitate to agree.

“Oh for sure, I think it’s something I’m hoping to continue to do, and not just in Sydney… I’m happy to help wherever I can.

“Over in London last year I managed to catch up with Ryan (Davey) and Oli (Howard) from AFL Europe and we organised to get over to Paris and catch up with a team.”

Whilst representing his Italian and English heritage, Coniglio very much enjoys spending time around home in Sydney and getting involved with the Western Sydney community.

“Western Sydney is as culturally diverse as it gets in Australia and to be able to share my journey with kids as an AFL player (with a different background) has been terrific.

“It’s been great to see some of the kids who have come through… you get to know them past a meet and greet, and listen to them share their own journey’s.”

Coniglio pictured with a school in Western Sydney. Photo: GIANTS Media.

Coniglio pictured with a school in Western Sydney. Photo: GIANTS Media.

In 2019, Coniglio was in fact recognised for his outstanding service to the multicultural youth and community of Western Sydney by being awarded the Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award.

And as to why he does all this, on top of his already busy sporting schedule, he puts very simply.

“I just like giving back to the community, and in particular, getting kids who maybe haven’t played AFL who are very talented, to try the game.”

Participation in Australian Football continues to grow amongst many culture’s both in Australia and overseas.

No matter what your background is, what language you speak or what country you’re from, footy is a game for all, and we encourage you to get in touch with your local club and get involved in Australia’s great game.

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PSS Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition #4

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In what would’ve been a month where several league’s around Europe kicked off their 2020 season’s, this April has been very different for the footy community.

And whilst it can be tough, we must continue to keep indoors and stay safe as football is waiting for us on the other side.

We encourage you all to keep active at home and show us how you’re doing so by tagging us in on socials @AFLEurope.

If you’re after ideas for yourself, then grab a footy and check out the Paris Cocks on Instagram!

The Great Britain Swans jumped on Zoom for another team meeting.

The squad talked game plans and several ways to keep fit in isolation.

If you haven’t already done so, connecting on Zoom is a great way for everyone at your club to all meet online and keep in touch with one another.

The West London Wildcats and Leeside Lions are the latest to join the player feature series on Instagram.

Get to know Julia in the ‘Caged Cats’ series and Cathal from the Lions.

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Next in our Caged Cats series is @juliapgrant, who is one of our many members who works with the NHS. We're so proud of the Wildcat legends working on the frontline and thankful of everything they are doing, so we'll be catching up on how they're doing too! . 🔹️Tell us a bit about your job lately: I work as a radiographer at a private hospital that is in partnership with the NHS at the moment. It has taken on urgent surgical patients so we are being kept on our toes with pre and post operative imaging. All the patients are very appreciative of everything we are doing for them and that is what keeps me motivated to keep going to work Jules also took the time to answer some of our questions: 🔹️What is the first pub you'll visit (and what are you ordering) once lockdown is lifted? 3 Espresso Martinis at Simmons Fulham please and thank you! . . 🔹️Who is the Wildcat you'd most want to be in lockdown with? I actually live with a fellow Wildkitty – @bryannastjack, so she is the chosen one . . 🔹️What music/podcasts have you've been listening to? 'Happy Hour with Lucy and Nikki' is a vibe! Highly recommend to all the chicks (and dudes) who'd love a laugh and casual life advice 👌🏽 . . 🔹️What is your favourite lockdown meal/snack/treat? Homemade brownies 😏 . . 🔹️What is something new (ie hobby, skill) you've tried doing while at home? I've tried to learn to juggle, but I've got the attention span of a child, so that didn't go to plan…much like my journey of self-discovery in 2020 😅 . . 🔹️What are you looking forward to the most when we get back to footy? 100% the socialising!

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Name: Cathal Ó Curráin DOB: 27/04/1998 Born: Yes Nicknames: ‘Kettle’ (not anymore), ‘The Prodigy’ (once by the great Ian Sull) Height: Not tall enough Occupation: Student (Irish & German UCC) Joined Lions: May 2018 Favourite Position: Midfield Aussie Rules Achievements: Fitz Cup 2020 with UCC Bombers, played midfield for the Irish Unis team vs GB Unis 2019, runner up AFL Ireland Premiership 2019 Other Sporting Achievements: Kerry football under 15/16 development squads, County football u16 division 2 championship winning captain, Munster C school football winner, Man of the Match in some u14 football final. AFL Club Allegiance: Hawthorn Hawks 🤎🧡 Other Hobbies: Photography, gym, hiking, watching TikToks, eating Favourite AFL Player: Lance “Buddy” Franklin or Dustin “Dusty” Martin Favourite Lions Player (ever):Ian O’Sullivan 🐐 Best Pick up lines I've used to pull: “here I would defo have been a Kerry minor if I didn’t pull my quad” I'm told I look like: Ed Sheeran (I know, I don’t see it either. You wouldn’t believe the amount of people that told me this) Something people don't know about me: I’ve scored more behinds than goals so far Favourite Motto / Saying / Quote: “yeah nah yeah nah yeah” – Mike Nolan

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If you’re living in Switzerland and interested in playing footy, then this video is for you!

Last week, AFL Switzerland would’ve begun their second-ever Australian Football season, but for now, they are looking to the future and are hoping to still get some games played later this year.

Take a watch and learn how to get involved with any of the five clubs located around the country.

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Today AFL Switzerland would have started their second season in Winterthur. Contrary to last year, the sun shows it‘s best side today. Despite the current international crisis, AFL Switzerland keeps working on a potential shortened season this year. Something which won‘t change though is the promotion of footy in Switzerland which includes our Swiss National Team. We are very proud to have a male and female team representing Switzerland in international competitions since 2019. If you are Swiss and you love doing sports, why not join our squad? It‘s a great opportunity to work out in a team, be part of a big family and represent your country. Thanks everyone who helps to grow this fantastic sport in Switzerland. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us. Stay healthy! Your, Effie. /Head of Women Development/ #AFLSwitzerland #BaselDragons #GenevaJets #AFLRapperswilJona #WinterthurLions #ZürichGiants #AFLCHUmpires #AFLEurope #AFL #VFL #AFLWomens #RapperswilJona #Basel #Geneva #Winterthur #Zürich

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The Dresden Wolves take a look back to when they made German news in 2018.

Saxony TV reporter Lucas Bohme, visited the club to find out what Australian Football was all about.

Lucas explored the history of the footy club, interviewed players and even got involved in a training session to learn a few skills!

(The article can be translated to English through Google Chrome).

Immer noch ruht der Spielbetrieb in der Australian Football League Germany (AFLG), das nutzten wir um einen kleinen…

Posted by Dresden Wolves on Sunday, 26 April 2020

In Australia, the Sydney Swans have taken us through their ‘Player Diaries’ series with Irishman Colin O’Riordan.

Whilst footy is on hold, Colin has been doing his best to keep busy down under through study, working out and keeping in touch with teammates.

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AFL Europe Trivia #2

Think you’re the smartest Australian Football fan in Europe?

Take on our weekly AFL Europe Trivia featuring questions on AFL Europe leagues and clubs, AFL & AFLW players with European heritage and much more.

You’ve only got one shot and just three minutes to complete it!

Submissions must be in by Thursday 30th of April 11:59PM (BST) to be eligible to win.

The winner will have the highest score in the quickest time.

Make sure to submit your answers at the end of the quiz by providing your full name and country.

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Out of these four past AFL players, who has the most career games played?

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Who is AFL Europe’s official Ball Partner in 2020?

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How many Marcus Ashcroft Medal’s (best on ground in AFL's QClash between Gold Coast & Brisbane) has Irish star Pearce Hanley won?

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Which men’s side won AFL Europe’s European Championships in 2019?

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Irish Collingwood women’s star Sarah Rowe averaged how many disposals per game in season 2020?

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Teams from around the world travel to Australia and compete in what major AFL tournament?

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Who won the AFL's Rising Star award in 2019?

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Which AFLW team had the most wins in season 2020?

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Former Magpie, Alan Didak, has European heritage of which country?

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Which club won the senior's premiership in the 2019 AFL Switzerland season?

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PSS Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition #3

Featuring the best online posts from the AFL Europe community, PSS International Removals Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

More ideas for some exercise at home, the #handballchallenge and recognising our brave workers.

The North London Lions took to social media with their own new feature series, recognising their players who have been working on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A big shoutout goes to the Lions girls Sarah and Bec for their brave efforts, as well as everyone else who has been working for the NHS to keep us all safe.

In the first in our series of "Lions on the Frontline" we present two of our 2019 AFL London Premiership players Sarah…

Posted by North London Lions on Thursday, 16 April 2020

The nominee’s for the AFLW Players’ Association Player Awards were released, as six players from each club were nominated across four different categories.

Players from each club voted for who they think was the AFLW MVP, Most Courageous, Best First-Year Player and Best Captain in season 2020 (without voting for their own teammates).

We would like to join AFL Ireland Women’s in congratulating the four Irish players who have been nominated by their clubs for an award.

It’s great to see local club’s around Europe continuing to get involved in challenges and make these fun videos!

Here, the Sussex Swans can be seen keeping their skills sharp whilst at home, doing the #handballchallenge.

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Keeping those #Handballs sharp, even during lockdown…. #sussexswans #swanslove #covid19 #handballchallenge

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AFL Finland have brought the Sherrin outside as temperatures are slowly starting to warm up.

Whilst most of us are forced to train at home, here’s a great idea on what to do before a run or as part of your own training.

We’d love to see more ideas like this so make sure to keep sharing these at-home exercises with us on social media!

The Amsterdam Devils journeyed back to 2019, reminiscing on their Champions League victory.

That was the Devils’ first Champions League title, and what a win it was!

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One year ago 😈#CL2019 @dannyradisphotography

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A great pic from Danny Radis, who captures all the best snaps at AFL Europe tournaments and events!

And here he is getting creative on Instagram last week, putting together this awesome set of Wandsworth Demons trading cards.

And to cap it off, the Perpignan Tigers took us sky high in France, looking back at a great goal with this scenic drone footage.

That’s great ball movement, and a great looking pitch!

During these tough times, we strongly encourage everyone to follow the government’s advice by keeping indoors and staying safe.

We’d also like to see what you’re getting up to at home and how you’re keeping involved with footy!

Be sure to tag us in your posts for your chance to feature in Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

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AFL Europe Trivia

Think you’re the smartest Australian Football fan in Europe?

Take on our NEW weekly AFL Europe Trivia featuring questions on AFL Europe leagues and clubs, AFL players with European heritage and much more.

You’ve only got one shot and just five minutes to complete it!

Submissions must be in by Thursday 23rd of April 11:59PM (BST) to be eligible as the winner.

The winner will have the highest score in the quickest time.

Make sure to submit your answers at the end of the quiz by providing your full name.

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Who were premiers of the inaugural AFLGW season in 2019?

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Which two AFL teams has Irishman Pearce Hanley played for?

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Fremantle Docker, Reece Conca, has European heritage of which country?

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The inaugural AFLW season was held in which year?

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Who was the most recent player to win their second Brownlow Medal?

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Who were the men's and women's premiers for the 2019 AFL London Premiership division?

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Tom Mitchell from the Hawthorn Hawks holds the AFL record for the most disposals in a game. How many did he get?

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Stephen Coniglio of the GWS Giants, has a career high of how many disposals?

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Irish player Zach Tuohy played his 100th AFL game for which club?

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The Australian Spirit & French national teams compete in this annual match in Villers-Bretonneux honouring those who fought in WW1.
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PSS Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition #2

Featuring the best online posts from the AFL Europe community, PSS International Removals Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

We hope you’ve all had a safe and joyful Easter over the long weekend and are now ready for the second instalment of Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

It was great to see so many pictures of players chasing and marking chocolate eggs all over our social channels, thanks to the clubs who tagged us in!

Earlier in the week, a few clubs took to social media to feature and recognise much of their past and present player talent.

The Paris Cocks have spent the past fortnight announcing their men’s (x2) and women’s team’s of the decade, with the final positions of their men’s French and International Team of the Decade announced last weekend.

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Congratulations to all players who have been selected into the squad’s! Check out their Facebook to find more details on the teams.

The Huddersfield Rams have announced their Team of the Decade on Facebook too.

Well done to all Rams players who were inducted.

We’d also like to congratulate Mayo star, Sarah Rowe, on being named AFLW Irish Player of the Year by AFL Ireland Women’s. Sarah topped a total of 16 Irish girls that played in the AFLW 2020 season.

The past week also featured clubs around Europe jumping on social media to take place in online challenges and trends to keep players on the move whilst staying at home.

One in particular was the players at Rheinland getting funky with it, executing the Cha Cha Slide Plank Challenge.

It’s great to see the continued support and safety messages relaying around the AFL Europe community. The players at the Zagreb Hawks can be seen here encouraging us all to keep at home and stay safe during these tough times.

The Lille Eagles have been doing their part to promote our great game across Europe through their ‘Tech Reviews’ on Facebook. Last week they covered the all-important set shot.

Got any mates that need to practice on their’s a lil bit?

On arrive à la fin de notre revue de techniques…aujourd'hui c'est la 12ème. Si vous souhaitez proposer une technique…

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This West Lothian Eagles star no doubt has the set shot covered. In the video below, young Callum shows us how to work on your touch at home!

The Gold Coast Suns have given us a look into how Irishman, Luke Towey, has been keeping his hands on a Sherrin after returning home, practicing goal kicking with some make-do goals.

And the two Irish Conor’s from the Hawks have provided us with some great recipes if you’re running out of ideas on what to cook at home.

During these tough times, we strongly encourage everyone to follow the government’s advice by keeping indoors and staying safe.

We’d also like to see what you’re getting up to at home and how you’re keeping involved with footy! Be sure to tag us in your posts for your chance to feature in Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

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Lucidica announced as newest partner of AFL Europe

AFL Europe are pleased to announce and welcome aboard IT support company, Lucidica, as an official partner in 2020.

Lucidica is made up of a team of experienced IT engineers and support staff based in London & Kiev, offering a fun, friendly approach to IT support for small to medium sized businesses.

Known as “the IT Department for small business”, Lucidica are dedicated to looking after all of the technology needs of your business, including: computer support (PCs and Macs), consulting, training, networks, servers, SharePoint intranets, website design and maintenance, advising on and supplying technology hardware or software.

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Marketing Associate for Lucidica, Alex Dodd, is excited to partner with AFL Europe and the opportunities it will provide to connect further within the sporting industry.

“We see our new partnership as a great way to connect with the sporting community and a community that is so closely affiliated to our work with Startupbootcamp Australia,” said Dodd.

“As partners of AFL Europe, we are very much looking forward to helping power Australia’s sports tech industry.”

Ryan Davey, General Manager of AFL Europe, also expressed his excitement about the recent news.

“We’ve worked alongside Lucidica for a number of years now in which they have provided AFL Europe with great (I.T.) support,” said Davey.

“We’re proud to have developed such a strong relationship with such a great team, so I am thrilled to see them come on as an official partner in 2020.

“This partnership will allow us to provide a greater level of support to the AFL community in Europe and will help to further develop our great game.”

Lucidica are kindly offering the AFL Europe community 50% off IT support contracts for the first 3 months, and 25% off web hosting for the first year. 

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If you would like to get in contact with Lucidica, you can email them at service@lucidica.com.

For more information, you can visit their Twitter, LinkedIn and website www.lucidica.co.uk.

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In a typical season, Around the Grounds features weekly recaps of the most exciting footy matches being played around Europe, but in 2020, it’s taking a turn.

Each week, we’ll be sifting through the AFL Europe social media channels to see what you guys, whether it be yourself, your club, your league or your country, in the footy community have been getting up to.

So let’s get to it and dive straight in to look back on the first week of April!

The player’s at Cardiff Panthers jumped on video sharing platform Zoom for a bit of fun with some Wednesday night trivia!

 

 

Coaches and players from Frankfurt could be seen on Zoom too! Holding an online virtual training session, talking daily exercises as well as some footy analysis.

 

 

The Wandsworth Demons have shown off how their past and present players are keeping in good nick in isolation with this creative video on their Facebook page.

 

2020 Demons Isolation Footy

From New York, to Canada, to Melbourne to London, Demons all around the world are having to distance themselves from each other, but that doesn’t mean we can’t connect in other ways! We won’t let social isolation get in the way of us still being able to move the footy around 🙌🏻Thanks to the wonderful cast of world class athletes and professionals for the video shoot 😂❤️ Ricci 🇧🇷 and Juice 🥤 #FILTFC #DEE5

Posted by The Wandsworth Demons on Saturday, 4 April 2020

 

Meanwhile, back in Australia, WARF Radio will be spending the next few weeks on their socials recognising all women’s AFL clubs across the world, with a Simpson’s twist.
Check out the ‘Simpsonised’ Wimbledon Hawks and Wolverhampton Wolverines as a few European teams have begun to feature!

 

 

And one that has been playing on all of our minds, Glasgow Sharks have shared a meme that hits us right in the feels.

 

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Isolation feels ….💔🦈

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During these tough times, we strongly encourage everyone to follow the government’s advice by keeping indoors and staying safe.

We’d also like to see what you’re getting up to at home and how you’re keeping involved with footy! Be sure to tag us in your posts for your chance to feature in Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

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Palmers Relocations signs on for 2020

AFL Europe is excited to welcome back Palmers Relocations as an official partner for the second year running.

For over 40 years, Palmers Relocations have built a strong reputation for high-quality International removal services, that has since expanded its services nationally to help families of all sizes shift across the globe.

Awarded the Best Operational Moving Provider by the industry body Euromovers in 2016, Palmers continues to relocate families and businesses with the same honesty, integrity and service cemented within the ideals of the Palmer Family.

General Manager of Palmers Relocations, Kieran O’Hara, was pleased to see the partnership come to an agreement for a second year.

“Our continued partnership means a lot to us at Palmers Relocations,” O’Hara said.

“As an avid supporter of the great game for AFL men’s and women’s, it is with great pride in which we support AFL Europe as we showcase our great sport to the world.”

Ryan Davey, General Manager of AFL Europe, shared that same joy in speaking about Kieran and his team.

“We’re really pleased with the first year of our partnership with Palmers Relocations and the great assistance they’ve been able to provide us,” Davey said.

“Palmers Relocations, whom are based in Australia, have been terrific in supporting the growth of AFL Europe by providing much needed help through the transportation of football’s and other footy equipment on a number of occasions.”

“We at AFL Europe are extremely excited to see the partnership with the Palmers Relocations team grow into 2020 and beyond.”

 

Palmers Relocations are currently offering a 10% discount to anyone who is planning on making the big move and refers AFL Europe in their purchase.

For more information or to request a quote, you can visit their website, Facebook or email sales@palmersrelocations.com.au.