Easter Series Highlights

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European Legion team finalised

The 2013 Easter Series will this year be held in Guildford, England and Copenhagen, Denmark. Tickets now available at

The first leg will be played between the European Legion and the AIS AFL Academy.

Below is the team selected to proudly represent Europe against the best from Australia in the 1st game.

European Legion:

Jens Djernes – Denmark

Mathias Biron – Denmark

Mikkel Kjoege – Denmark

Jakob Jung – Germany

Wilfried Houvion – France

Cameron Cope – England

Luke Booth – England

Levi Fernandez – England

Tom Exton – Scotland

Victor Petersen – Denmark

Rene Palsgaard – Denmark

Sean Walton – England

Shane Walsh – Ireland

Shane Carthy – Ireland

Niall Scully – Ireland

Daniel Flynn – Ireland

Craig Degville – England

Paddy Brophy – Ireland

Padraig Lucey – Ireland

Ethan Rafferty – Ireland

Hampus Ollson – Sweden

Sean Hurley – Ireland


Tadhg Kennelly – Coach

Brad Ottens – Coach

Ian Mitchell – Assistant Coach

Palli Finnson – Assistant Coach

Kolja Koracak – Team Manager

Ciaran O’Hara – Communications

Jane Potter – Physio


ARFLI Share The Shake

The Province Of Origin presented an opportunity for ARFLI to share a little shaky spirit with the world of St Patrick’s Day. As always, ARFLI Vice President and Media Officer Eoin O Súileabháin was centre of attention.[youtube_sc url=””]

Jim Stynes Honoured At Inaugural Jeep ARFLI Awards

Another long and successful season for the Australian Rules Football League of Ireland comes to an end this coming saturday with the inaugural running of the Jeep ARFLI awards at the Harcourt Hotel in Dublin. The night will see a number of awards up for grabs, but unquestionably the one of most significance is the Best & Fairest medal for the Premiership Competition which has been named in honour of the late Jim Stynes. The decision to name the medal in the Dubliner’s honour was made at ARFLI’s last annual general meeting, before the tragic loss of the former Brownlow medal winner. The idea at the time was to honour his courage in battling cancer, few anticipated at the time that he would lose that battle. Just last month, both Irish teams paid tribute to Stynes by wearing Guernseys which bore a small Melbourne no 11 guernsey on the front, but the naming of this best and fairest medal ensures that the highest individual reward in Irish footy will forever honour the player who’s success inspired so many Irish people to take up the sport.

Other awards on the night include the Player’s Player of the year awards for men and women, club publication of the year award, the umpire of the year award and the club volunteer of the year award.