The US came out controlling the ball in the first quarter but only managed a couple of behinds before Lyndsay Kastanek scored the first major of the quarter. Aimee Legault gets Canada on the board with a behind. Inaccurate kicking by the US keeps the score close.
Canada: 0.1.1 read more »
In the first match of the day, the Freedom got an early goal. Canada came back with a behind. On the kick out, they pounced on the ball and scored their first major.
In the 4th quarter, the Freedom were trailing by one point. Bri Thiesen's shot on goal was a bit short but marked by another Freedom player. Her set shot missed everything. Canada finished the scoring with 5 more behinds to win the Development game by a goal.
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The US Freedom have arrived in Dublin OH for the 49th Parallel Cup. Not long after arriving in Dublin, the squad headed over to Daree Fields to check out the grounds and get in a last training session before the matches tomorrow.
Former Sydney and Fitzroy player John Ironmonger has joined the Freedom coaching staff and was captured imparting valuable wisdom to the ladies.
AFL Canada Northern Lights head coach Tristan Waldock has named the squad to compete against the US Freedom at the 49th Parallel Cup in Dublin OH on Aug 4, 2012.
For the first time, the women will be playing two games with a development squad and senior squad each taking the field.
Coach Waldock will be announcing the selection for the individual squads on Friday after getting a final look at his players in Dublin OH. read more »
Madison's ABC affiliate, WKOW, was on hand to cover the 2012 Madison Invitational. It includes a short clip of women's footage and an interview with former US Freedom assistant coach, Dan Sarbacker.
Action from the 2012 Women's AFL High Performance Academy exhibition match during Women's Round
June 30, 2010 | MIT Athletic Fields | Boston, Massachusetts | by Stephanie Holt
As Melbourne sank into a slough of perfect footy weather – cold, wet, unpredictable – we were sheltering from the smarting sunshine and exhausting humidity of a Boston heat wave, elbow-deep in boxes and bags and bubble wrap, packing away a year-long expat adventure. We’d recently discovered that the day our visas expired was the day Boston’s 12-year-old Aussie Rules club would host its first ever tournament. read more »
It's been a long dry spell for footy in Ottawa, six years in fact since Aussie Rules kicked off in the nation's capital, each of those seasons without any post-season activity. But it seems it's finally time to let the f word out of the bag: finals. read more »
In the final match of the Boston tournament, each team had two scoring chances but Boston was slightly more accurate to go into half time leading 1.1.7 to New York's 0.2.2. In the second half, Boston was able to keep New York off the score while adding a couple of goals to their total.