Lady Kookaburras win third National Championship

The Atlanta Lady Kookaburras won their third successive USAFL National Championship title on Sunday defeating the Arizona Lady Hawks in Louisville Kentucky. The Lady Kookaburras came up against stiff opposition through out the pool games from the Milwaukee Lady Bombers, Arizona Lady Hawks and a combined team from Balt/Washington-Calgary, but were far too good and completed the weekend with their unbeaten run intact.

2007 Nationals Schedule

The schedule for nationals is posted in the 2007 Nationals page.


2007 Nationals Seedings

The Women's Footy Board is proud to announce the draw and seedings for the 2007 USAFL National Championships:

  1. Atlanta Lady Kookaburras
  2. Milwaukee Lady Bombers
  3. Arizona Lady Hawks/Denver Lady Bulldogs
  4. Baltimore-Washington Eagles/Calgary Kookaburras

Free agents from New York, Florida, Boston, and Ohio will be rounding out the rosters. 

We still welcome and encourage all women to sign up and play at Nationals no matter your age or experience.


Yankeroos Win Goomalling Carnival

by Jason Burton, South Fremantle Football Club
originally published in the Fremantle Gazette

Promised Land Calling...

US Women's Coach Wayne Kraska on SEN

The US Women's National Team coach, Wayne Kraska was interviewed on Melbourne sports station SEN on Wednesday August 15th about the successful recent US Freedom's tour to Vancouver Canada.

Kraska says "This is a sports only station and one of the premier AFL broadcasters in Melbourne. The interview will be live with the early morning host Tony Schebeci who's main topic is international sport."

Tony is known to the locals in Melbourne as 'the voice of the G' with his colorful voice overs during games at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on match days, the home of the AFL.

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Milwaukee Lady Bombers v Atlanta Lady Kookaburras


Brown Deer Park
7835 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee , WI
United States
Wisconsin US
August 25, 2007 12:30pm America/Chicago

After defeating Milwaukee in June, the Atlanta Lady Kookaburras are hitting the road for the 2nd half of the home and away series.  Atlanta has lost star player Pernille Christensen for the season and US National team captain, Jenny Sarbacker is suffering from a separated shoulder. 

Will the loss of these two superstars be enough to slow down the high powered Atlanta offense?