Scoring goals for All Abilities

Kate Tamassy, Jake Baker-Brooks, Ed Wilson, Luke Mills, Brett Denham, Sam Moorfoot, Gerard Griffin, Sean McKenzie and Emma Daffy at GMHBA Stadium. (Ivan Kemp) 401496_03

All Abilities footy and netball in the greater Geelong region has been given a boost with AFL Barwon and Kardinia Park Stadium Trust extending their support of the All Abilities Football Netball League (AAFNL) for the next three years.

Kardinia Park will be the naming rights partner of the AAFNL with all match footballs, football jumpers and netball bibs to carry the logo.

The 2024 Kardinia Park All Abilities Football Netball League season will return for round one with a double header of football matches on Saturday April 27. The All Abilities netball season starts on Tuesday, April 23 at Kardinia Park Netball Courts.

“This is a unique ongoing partnership that demonstrates support of our community in a truly inclusive way,” Kardinia Park Stadium Trust chief executive Gerard Griffin said.

“Our ongoing commitment to providing opportunities for participation and connection, has us once again hosting the opening round of the AFL Barwon All Abilities Football Netball League at GMHBA Stadium.”

Admission to the Kardinia Park AAFNL games at GMHBA Stadium is free for all spectators.

“We’re humbled by the ongoing support of Kardinia Park in supporting AFL Barwon’s All Abilities Football Netball League,” AFL Barwon Region general manager Edward Wilson said.

“The Trust have been extremely proactive in engaging our community to deliver outcomes that prioritise positive promotion and sustainability of this League. We’re excited by this announcement and the collaboration our two organisations working together will continue to deliver across the board”.

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