AFL Mackay has published the games for the 2021 seniors competitions ahead of the first round on April 10th.
For the first time, all senior clubs in Mackay will have both men’s and women’s teams competing in senior competitions.
Competition manager Josh Rhodes said it was welcome news for the growth of Australian rules in the sugar capital.
« Since all senior clubs have both a men’s and a women’s team, it means they can both play in the same place for each club, which I think is really healthy for the league, » he said.
« We look forward to playing footy from April to September this year after last year’s shotgun season. »
« In exciting news for the league, the Moranbah Bulldogs will be in post-season 2021 Return to the Seniors Competition in 2020. «
» It’s also great to see the Whitsunday Sea Eagles return to the Seniors Competition. «
The Saints compete in the Elderly Men competition, three times in a row and continue their undefeated streak that spans two seasons.
The Tigers and Hawks will both be looking for some great final re-appearances in the women, while the Swans will try to match each other in the Reserve 2020 Reserve Champions.
Footy will be back in the Mackay area on March 13th. Airlie Beach hosts a preseason carnival for seniors.
Other important dates are the CQ Challenge Cup in North Mackay on March 20th and a youth carnival in Moranbah on the following Saturday.
There will be a round of Pride on May 15th that will be in line with other leagues across the state.
Mr Rhodes said 2021 in Mackay was turning out to be a great year for Footy, with the Wave effect of a strong junior base that pays off in senior competitions.
« Mackay is a huge growth area for the game in Queensland that is really supported from below, » he said.
« Our U12 is proof of that Competition with eight different teams in 2021.
« I think we’re in a pretty good environment this year, especially given the problems all clubs faced last season. »News
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