Gungahlin Jets Players Drafted
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Congratulations Jets’ premiership players Rhiannon Metcalfe and Britt Tully who have been drafted in the AFL Women’s National league draft. Metcalfe who has had a great year dominating the ruck was selected at pick 74 by the Adelaide Crows and will be coached by former Jets Women’s coach Rebecca Goddard. Tully meanwhile went at pick 80 to the GWS Giants....
Call for 2017 Junior Coach and Assistant Coach Nominations
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The Gungahlin Jets Juniors are excited to announce we are now calling for expressions of interest for any persons wanting to be coach / assistant coach in age groups U11 and above in 2017. It is expected (but not yet confirmed) that the following structure will be in place for 2017: Under 11 Under 12 Under 13 Under 14 Under...
Girls only Spring AFL competition
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This spring there is going to be a Girls only AFL competition. The Gungahlin Jets are now taking applications for Gungahlin families to be involved. The competition will be held weekly from 19th October - 30th November at Hughes Oval, Hughes. The cost is $60. Contact Steve Wall if you are interested in registering [email protected]
Raiders fans encouraged to catch a free bus to the game this Saturday
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Canberrans are encouraged take advantage of free buses to the Raiders V Panthers semi final at GIO Stadium this Saturday night to avoid the hassles of traffic and parking at the ground. With huge crowds expected through the gates again this Saturday the bus is a convenient option to get you to and from the game,” said Ian McGlinn, Director,...
Canberra Raiders to play home final in front of sold out crowd
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The Canberra Raiders have finished second on the ladder and secured a home final at GIO Stadium where they will take on the Cronulla Sharks in front of a sold-out home crowd. With over 26,000 fans expected through the gates on Saturday to watch the Green Machine make history, we know the GIO Stadium precinct is going to be incredibly...
Catch a free bus to Raiders this Sunday from Gungahlin
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Gungahlin residents are encouraged take advantage of free buses to the Raiders’ final home game of the season at GIO Stadium this Sunday to avoid the hassles of traffic and parking at the ground. Free chartered ACTION buses will depart regularly from major bus stations taking passengers to and from the stadium. Free return services will commence approximately 20 minutes...
Catch a free bus to the Brumbies and avoid traffic hassles
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Free buses will help Canberrans attending Friday night’s Super Rugby finals match between the AQUIS Brumbies and the Highlanders at GIO Stadium avoid the hassles of traffic and parking at the ground. “Free chartered buses will depart regularly from 4pm at major bus stations, with the last bus departing Belconnen bus station at 5.15pm,” Minister for Transport and City Services...
Gungahlin United Football Club is calling for all budding designers
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To commemorate 20 Years of Gungahlin United Football Club , we are running a competition to produce a new logo (Club Badge). In keeping with GUFC’s proud place as part of the Gungahlin community, it’s only fitting that the community have a say in designing the new face of the club! The winning designer will be awarded a framed and...
The Gungahlin Jets want you!
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The Gungahlin Jets football club has taken the step up into Canberra’s top division of football in recent years and is making good progress so far. To continue in our pursuit of success both on and off the field we need your help! We’re recruiting an army of volunteers and we’d love you to be a part of the Jets’...
Rugbytots Canberra returns in 2016 with more classes
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Rugbytots classes in Gungahlin start on Saturday the 30th of January, with an exciting term planned for our new and returning Tots. Due to the popularity Rugbytots in Gungahlin, we have added extra classes this term. We are now running two sessions for children 2 to 3.5yrs with further classes for children 3.5 to 5 and 5 to 7 years....
Gungahlin Jets Auskick 2016
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Auskick Rookie is where champions begin. Children aged from 5 to 8 learn the fundamental skills required to participate in Australian football. The kids are grouped depending on their age. Kids will learn new skills and play fun games. Children are grouped by size and ability for safety and participation. No Auskicker ever feels left out. There’s no tackling or...
RugbyTots Canberra Celebrates Rugby World Cup
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Rugby fans around the world are counting down the days until the 2015 Rugby World Cup starts. That includes 20,000 Rugbytots aged two to seven from many countries around the world the world. To celebrate the start of the Rugby World Cup, RugbyTots Canberra is offering free come and try classes to Gungahlin families. Rugbytots feel very passionate about providing...
Gungahlin Jets All Girls Auskick
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On a sunny Sunday morning the Jets Women's team assembled together to help run our new 6 week All-Girls Auskick program with a bundle of very excited young ladies. We had 16 signed up ready to go when we started our run around the oval, with another couple to come over the next few weeks. The parents jumped in and...
Girls Only Auskick with Gungahlin Jets
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The Gungahlin Jets are excited to announce that we will be running a Girls Only Auskick Program for girls aged 5 to 9. The NAB AFL Auskick program makes learning to play AFL fun, safe and easy. Children will learn the fundamental motor skills vital for future physical activity and sport participation as well as learning how to interact with...
Gungahlin Jets U17 Melbourne Footy Tour 2015
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On a very frosty cold morning the Jets gathered early to begin the long voyage south for a weekend chock-a-block full of footy. Whilst I was very much looking forward to the trip, saying goodbye to loved ones is never easy for me. The tears, the hugs, the long lingering kisses - I'm just glad my wife and kids weren't...
A day out at the footy
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What a great afternoon of AFL at Manuka Oval with GWS Giants taking on Geelong Cats! It was so good to see Canberra get behind this event with nearly 15,000 people in attendance breaking previous attendance records for the GWS Giants at Manuka. It goes to show if some good games are held here Canberra will support them, even in...
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