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					SuperClub
The Supers Club was founded in 1997 to be a financial support group for our great and unique game of Masters Austr
People who have derived great pleasure and fellowship from participating in MAF join the club to put something back
Since its inception the Club has raised in excess of $22,000.00 for MAF. This money has been used to upgrade nation
Membership is open to all MAF participants and the Annual National MAF Carnival is the main event where members
The Supers Club has been set up to run at all future National Carnivals. Membership categories include:-
Men members - joining fee of $135.00 (inc GST) plus annual Subscription of $165.00 (Inc GST)
Lady members – annual joining fee of $50.00 (inc GST).
For more details contact Supers club Chairman Steve Eurell on 0408) 622 871




MAF Irish Tour 2002 Match Report
From: Ken Sanders

James Durnan - Coach's Comment - Game 1
Considering 36 hours in transit, several players not knowing team-mates, and playing with a round ball for effectively
In reality, the Dublin Knights over 40s really trounced the Wombats early. Their ball skills and cute one-on-one tricks
However, the Wombats gathered themselves and from the mid-point of the second term showed they would quickly ad
The challenge of the Wombats is clear - quarter by quarter to get better - and game one established this. Our final qua
The Wombats will be challenged both on & off the field. The team's spirit and ambassadorial status has been outstand
James Durnan

Andrew (Axel) Foley - Assistant Coach's Report - Game 1
Thursday 10 October 2002 was a historic day in the evolution of Masters Australian Football, when our touring party
Our boys commenced the game a bit unsettled as they tried to come to terms with the pace & rules of the game, as we
Andrew Savoia and Wayne Fletcher were both poised & polished in the heavy midfield traffic and were standout perfor
In the second half things began to turn around for the Wombats, who gained more possession and made better use of
As the final siren sounded the Aussie boys had clearly improved in every quarter and finished the stronger, even thoug
When both sides gathered together for a match photo, with the imposing St David's College in the background, it was
Friendships are already being formed with our Irish hosts, especially over a Guinness or two at the after-match functio
The next morning the team trained at the fabulous Trinity College, one of the world's most famous universities, thanks
Today (Sat 12) we travel to St Vincent's Park for game two in the series, whilst tomorrow (Sun 13) the squad will attend
Andrew (Axel) Foley
More updates will follow.

Ken Sanders - Editors note.
The trip over was long & tiring, not helped by the 4-hour stopover in Paris, but many friendships were formed & we all
The Irish have been particularly friendly towards us and most people seem genuinely interested in the test series. Lots
The first game we played on the day of our arrival was a good contest after we eventually recovered from the beating w
The second game we came up against a Dublin representative side, most of them in their mid twenties. They were far t
Both oppositions were very friendly joining us for drinks after the games and even continuing to show us around town
Tonight we're off for a few social drinks with the AFL boys at their hotel.
Ken Sanders
PS. The Guinness is great!



National President

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Peter Coffey                                   Work
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Vice President/Superules Chairman
Ian Walter
ian@walterbuilders.com.au



                                               Director
                                               Steve Eurell
                                               steve@johnstonpack.com.au



                                               Carnival Operations Director
                                               John Rutherford
                                               caaatc@ozemail.com.au



                                               General Manager
                                               Neil King
                                               neilking@bigpond.net.au



                                               Umpire Coordinator
                                               Ray Hocking
                                               masterules17@yahoo.com



                                               Special Projects
                                               Brian Stirling
                                               fioisouthern@bigpond.com.au



The Game of Masters Australian Football (MAF) provides the opportunity for players 30 years and over to enjoy the g

MAF has a national standardised set of modified rules designed to reduce the risks of injury and has the benefit of bei

Each year approximately 30 teams in 5 divisions and some 600 players attend the carnival. When umpires, officials a


National Carnival
The big event of the year for MAF is the National Carnival which is played annually, rotating to various State venues

The format of the carnival, usually held commencing AFL Grand final weekend, is spread over 10 days, with playing co

Other events during the week include, a dropkick contest, a sprint contest, a Sportsman's Dinner, and finally the Pres




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our great and unique game of Masters Australian Rules (MAF formerly Superules Australia).
 n MAF join the club to put something back into the game that has given them so much. Currently there are 60 men members and 15 lad
 his money has been used to upgrade national office computer equipment and provide grants for new regions and teams/clubs at risk.
  Carnival is the main event where members can get together.
Membership categories include:-
 of $165.00 (Inc GST)




 and playing with a round ball for effectively the first time, the Wombats really planted their claws into the foundations of the international
 Their ball skills and cute one-on-one tricks quickly showed that the 3-4 senior & highly decorated county players were indeed a class act
 second term showed they would quickly adjust to the game & its strategies. All 29 players soon appreciated the physical demands of the
 nd game one established this. Our final quarter was by far our best as we started to use the ball & convincingly won the quarter.
 nd ambassadorial status has been outstanding. Two games to go and 5-6 days to go, and lots of success to continue as these 'Pioneers' m




Australian Football, when our touring party of over 30 people (including players, officials, supporters, & partners) finally touched down in
ms with the pace & rules of the game, as well as adapting a game plan based on regular rotations off the interchange bench. The Dublin b
avy midfield traffic and were standout performers in a difficult first half. Tragedy struck for Tim Wilson who injured his knee in the second
 ed more possession and made better use of the ball. Paul Reball lifted the team with his tackling, pace, & second efforts at the ball. Capta
 uarter and finished the stronger, even though still behind on the scoreboard.
 t David's College in the background, it was a great moment in our sporting lives and one that we will treasure forever.
a Guinness or two at the after-match function at the Parnells Club (Cumann Parnell).
 he world's most famous universities, thanks to the kindness of Sinead at the University Public Recreation Office.
hilst tomorrow (Sun 13) the squad will attend the first international test at Croke Park.




 , but many friendships were formed & we all had a few laughs. The hotel is nothing flash, but very handy for walking around & exploring D
m genuinely interested in the test series. Lots of kids have been coming to our games & asking for autographs - in their scrapbooks, on the
   we eventually recovered from the beating we copped in the first quarter, but the Dublin Masters guys were very skillful and came out eas
  f them in their mid twenties. They were far too quick for us and got out to a big lead in the first quarter. The last three quarters we played
 nd even continuing to show us around town in the evenings. The weather has been fine for both games, but the other days have been very




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 for players 30 years and over to enjoy the game of Aussie Rules Football in a safe, supportive and fun environment.

the risks of injury and has the benefit of being acknowledged and supported by the AFL and the Australian Sports Commission.

tend the carnival. When umpires, officials and support staff are added the number of participants will easily exceed 750.




annually, rotating to various State venues

kend, is spread over 10 days, with playing commencing on the 1 st Sunday, then the next set of games on the Wednesday followed by the fin

, a Sportsman's Dinner, and finally the Presentation Dinner.




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ently there are 60 men members and 15 lady members.
or new regions and teams/clubs at risk.




aws into the foundations of the international code!
 ated county players were indeed a class act.
on appreciated the physical demands of the game - run, run, run. So the on & off field rotations gave all players a very solid blow out.
all & convincingly won the quarter.
 of success to continue as these 'Pioneers' make a tremendous inroad into establishing an international tradition.




porters, & partners) finally touched down in Dublin after a marathon flight. And just a few hours later we all borded a bus and headed for
 ons off the interchange bench. The Dublin boys, in contrast, were well versed in their own game plan and opened up a big lead. Despite th
m Wilson who injured his knee in the second term and will not play again this trip; however, he is otherwise fine and continues to keep a p
 ng, pace, & second efforts at the ball. Captain for the day, Chris Guice, employed in a tagging role, helped to shut down one of Dublin's cl

 we will treasure forever.

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very handy for walking around & exploring Dublin.
 for autographs - in their scrapbooks, on their clothes, on footballs, etc.
ers guys were very skillful and came out easy winners by about 99 to 33, according to them.
st quarter. The last three quarters we played with an Aussie footy, which evened things up bu! t made the game slower & more physical. W
th games, but the other days have been very wet, including today when we went to the first test at Croke Park - what a sensational event.




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and fun environment.

he Australian Sports Commission.

ants will easily exceed 750.




 games on the Wednesday followed by the final games on Saturday.




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ve all players a very solid blow out.




ter we all borded a bus and headed for St David's College to take on our first opponents for the series - Dublin Masters.
an and opened up a big lead. Despite their constant attack on goal and their ability to score in the net (a difficult skill for the Australian b
therwise fine and continues to keep a positive attitude. All who saw him hobble up the steps at Croke Park for the team photos were impr
 helped to shut down one of Dublin's classiest prime movers. Peter Wright, playing as a tall forward, was an effective target in front of goal




ade the game slower & more physical. We were happy with our performance after half time, but we have no idea what the final score was.
 Croke Park - what a sensational event. The stadium is quite impressive and the game was a fantastic contest. Ireland won the first half co




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he series - Dublin Masters.
n the net (a difficult skill for the Australian boys) Alex Buckley did a great job as goal keeper, stopping many attacks and switching play to
 at Croke Park for the team photos were impressed with his courage.
orward, was an effective target in front of goal and was well supported by Steve Hoiles who marked strongly.




ut we have no idea what the final score was.
antastic contest. Ireland won the first half comfortably and the Aussies looked out of it, but the whole game turned around in the second




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stopping many attacks and switching play to launch attacking raids by the Wombats.




he whole game turned around in the second half and the Aussies pulled off a very impressive win.




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Masters Australian Football

Rules and Guidelines & Code of Conduct

Revision 4: 17/08/2007
The National Playing Rules of MAF are based on the playing rules of AFL; there are specific Modifications and U

Match Rules & Umpiring Instructions

UMPIRING INSTRUCTIONS

CODE OF CONDUCT

NATIONAL RULES OF MASTERS AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL
For National Carnival Participation




NATIONAL RULES OF MASTERS AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL

Match Rules & Umpiring Instructions
All matches shall be conducted under AFL rules found in the National Australian Football Council Handbook in conjunc

      1        SCORING
               To be on the following basis:
1.1       Behind - kicked by any type of kick is1 point
          * Player must wait until the flags are waved before kicking the ball back into play.
1.2       Goal - kicked by punt kick is 6 points
1.3       Supergoal line – the designated 20 metre line shall be marked out by a 20 metre line radius from the centre poi
1.4       Supergoal – kicked by drop-kick outside the designated 20 metre line will be awarded 2 goals and will be alloc
*         Team or player may gain possession of the ball inside the super goal line before executing the drop-kick outsid
*         A Supergoal can only be scored from outside the 20m arc in a play on situation or if the mark or free kick is aw
*         Should the set kick mark ( i.e. a free or mark ) be set inside the 20 m arc, then irrespective of where the kick is
*         If a free kick or mark is awarded outside the 20 metre and then a 50 metre penalty is awarded and a player kick


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(Penalty may put the player in the goal square.)
1.5       Supergoal signal shall be signalled by a goal umpire waving 1 white flag and 1 coloured flag.
1.6       Should a doubt arise about the validity of a super goal, the field umpire shall adjudicate. Should both field and

      2            RUCKING
2.1            At all times the ball shall be thrown up and not bounced
2.2            Only one player from each team to contest all ruck knocks.
2.3            Involvement in contest of a third or subsequent player shall result in a free kick against third or subsequent pla
2.4            A free kick shall be awarded against any ruckman who raises his knee or leg against his opponent when contes
2.5            At boundary throw-ins only one player from each team to contest the ruck. However if throw-in is poor or mis

3              MARKING
                 The player in front of a pack competing for a mark is to be given every protection and opportunity to take

    4. HOLDING THE BALL / PRIOR OPPORTUNITY RULE
These rules replace the previous barging rules.
4.1     A player in possession of the ball who has had reasonable time (prior opportunity) to dispose of the ball MUST w
4.2     The field umpire shall throw the ball up when the player with the ball has the ball held to his body by an opponen
4.3     Holding The Ball In: to dive on the ball and or drag the ball under him when he on the ground will be penalised
          A player who elects
4.4     When a player is fairly bumped in the side and the ball falls from his hands - the call is play on. Like wise when

      5            PLAYER PROTECTION
5.1            All players making the ball their objective are to be given the utmost protection by the umpire. Any contact oth
5.2            Charges (shirt front) are banned irrespective of ball proximity. A charge means an act of colliding with an opp
5.3            Slinging players to the ground, whether the player is in possession of the ball or not is illegal and shall result in
5.4            Late contact, in any form, when the ball has been disposed of, will result in a relayed free kick being paid dow
5.5            Chopping with a clenched fist will result in a free kick being awarded.
5.6            A free kick shall be granted against a player who deliberately kicks at the ball whilst an opposing player (s) ha

    6        PENALTIES
6.1     50 metre penalty - A 50 metre penalty only shall be applied in all instances.
6.2     AFL Advantage Rule – To be paid at all times:
Advantage Rule
6.2.1   The ball shall be kept in motion. The field umpire shall call “Play On” even though a free kick should have be
6.2.2   If the field umpire has sounded his whistle for a free kick, he may cancel such a free kick by calling “Play On”

          7.    ORDER OFF RULE

Field umpires shall carry red, yellow and green cards for all matches. Players shown a yellow or green card can be replac

               7.1      Players can be ordered off for the following indiscretions:-

                     GREEN CARD.
                     Any player who commits the following offences:
                          -        using audible abusive, insulting, obscene or threatening language to another person whi


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                       -          wasting time
                       -          shaking goal posts either before, during or after a kick for goal.

            Green Card Penalty shall be automatic send-off for remainder of current quarter plus one additional q

                  YELLOW CARD
                  Any player who commits any of the following offences:
                       -     throwing a player to the ground after the ball is out of play
                       -     attempting to strike another player
                       -     charging another player
                       -     engaging in a melee
-      engages in rough play – including shoulder charges to the back of an opposing player, charges on shepherding play

            Yellow Card Penalty shall be automatic send-off for duration of current match and the remainder of th

                 RED CARD
                 Any player who commits the following offences:
                      -     Unduly interferes with or assaults or uses threatening language to an umpire or behaves in a
                      -     assaults another player or official
                      -     kicks or attempts to kick another player or official
                      -     intentionally or attempts to trip by foot or leg
                      -     front on shoulder charging (shirt front)

            Red Card Penalty shall be automatic send off for remainder of game and the remainder of the current

            A second offence of a Green or Yellow Card will automatically attract a Red Card.

7.2     When an emergency umpire is in attendance, he/she shall have the power to issue cards for any indiscretions.

8          RACIAL ABUSE
8.1        No player, spectator or official shall act towards or speak to any other person in a manner, or engage in any oth

8.2        In the event that a person has contravened Rule 8.1 an umpire, club or player may lodge a complaint in writing

9        BEST AND FAIREST AWARDS
Any player receiving a Red or Yellow Card or two Green Cards during the Carnival is not eligible for a fairest and best a

10       JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS
Should any umpire submit a written report following the red carding of a player, the National Board or its appointed Trib

11      BLOOD BIN
#######         No person – i.e.: players, umpires, trainers, runners, etc. shall participate in a game if he is bleeding
         11.2 The bleeding person cannot return to the field, until the cause of the bleeding has stopped, the injury i

11.3       PROCEDURE:


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          Only the field umpire in charge of play has the responsibility to send bleeding person from the ground. On not

12        AUDIBLE BAG LANUGAGE
          Due to the age of our participants the National Board of Masters Australian Football encourages the involveme




UMPIRING INSTRUCTIONS
1.    Player in possession of the ball, to be given PRIOR OPPORTUNITY to dispose of the ball.
2.    Charges (shirt front) are banned irrespective of ball proximity
3.    Player making the ball his object, to be given the utmost protection by the umpire.
4.    Advantage rule applies.
5.    50 metre penalties apply.
6.    Marking - player in front of pack to be given every protection and opportunity to be paid the mark. No raising legs
7          RUCKING
7.l        At all times the ball shall be thrown up and not bounced.
7.2        Only one player from each team to contest all ruck knocks.
7.3        Involvement in contest of a third or subsequent player shall result in a free kick against third or subsequent pla
7.3 A free kick shall be awarded against any ruckman who raises his knee or leg against his opponent when contesting
7.4 At boundary throw ins only one player from each team to contest the ruck. However if throw-in is poor or misdirec
8.    Centre square is operative at throw-ups. Boundary umpires will control this.
a.     Obviously this rule shall only apply when boundary umpires are available.
9.    Umpires to advise both verbally and by sign what penalty kick is given for.
10. Umpires to strictly enforce against verbal abuse with a green card
11. Umpires and teams to assemble in the centre of oval prior to the Surat of each game.
12. When boundary umpires are available - throw-in is in force - when not available the
a.     Following procedure is to operate: field umpires to bring ball in 10 metres and throw up.
13. NEGATIVE TACTICS
13.1       No player is to impede the path, touch or harass an opposition player when the ball is outside 5 metres.
13.1.1       When any such act of harassment occurs one of the field umpires must immediately give a free kick.
13.1.2       This free kick is to be given, even if it is by the second umpire who is not in control.
13.1.3       The free kick shall not disadvantage the team offended against.
13.2       If the player repeats the act of harassment, that player is to be carded according to the severity of the incident.
13.2.1       The report shall be for misconduct in that the player committed a breach of the laws against an opponent in a
13.3       Goal/Boundary umpires are instructed that they are to inform field umpires at the next appropriate break in pla

14       BEHIND THE PLAY INCIDENTS
Many times things happen on a football field that neither the umpires or officials have witnessed, although it is obvious th

Previously, this act could not be reported by the umpire because it had not been witnessed. Umpires having observed that

Umpires are requested to recommend if they feel any action should be taken, but the Board reserves the right to call a hea

15 INSURANCE

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Umpires are covered by the National MAF Insurance Scheme, and the National Executive Director can supply relevant in

16 PAPER WORK
16.1       Team Sheets:
Officiating umpires must receive from each team a yellow copy of the team sheet which details a complete list of particip

16.2      Correct Match Scores:
At the completion of the game field umpires must ensure the correct match score is agreed upon by goal umpires and that

16.3      Best and Fairest Votes:
          a 5,4,3,2,1 the gameUmpires Co-ordinator ASAP after the game. before awarding the best
                       basis to field umpires are asked to consult each other
At the completion of National the players who they believe deserve votes. 5 votes shall be for votes on player and so on do

16.4       Penalty Cards and Reports:
Officiating umpires must record the numbers of any players shown the green, yellow or red cards during the game. The n

16.5     Communication:
Any concerns or issues relating to the carnival officiating are to be directed to National Umpires Co-ordinator

      17         Audible Language - see section 12. AUDIBLE BAG LANUGAGE




CODE OF CONDUCT
MISSION STATEMENT
“Masters Australian Football will provide the opportunity for members and supporters to enjoy the game of Australian R

Member Associations shall be responsible for the actions and behaviour of their officials, players, supporters and adminis

Contact on official matters with MAF Board members and officials by registered players or supporters should at be in the

ALL PLAYERS, SUPPORTERS AND SPECTATORS SHOULD REALIZE THEIR OBLIGATION TO KNOW THE C

ALL PARTISIPANTS ARE REQUESTED TO BE AWARE THE CARNIVAL RULES OF MAF BAN‟S THE TAKIN


CONCEPT OF MASTERS AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL
Masters Australian Football (MAF) is designed to allow mature aged Australian Rules Footballers the opportunity to part

The opportunity to participate, to compete and to be physically active is the main motivation of the competitors, winning

PLAYERS
Play by the rules at all times.



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Never argue with an official; if you disagree, discuss the matter with your coach after the game.

Control your temper; verbal abuse or racial or religious vilification of other players, or provoking an opponent is not acce
Be a team player; work equally hard for yourself and your team. Your team's performance will benefit and so will you.
Be a good sport; applaud all good plays by your team, opponent or the other team.

Treat all players fairly; treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do no interfere with, bully or take unfair advantag

Co-operate willingly with your coach, team mates and opponents.

Play for the “fun of it” and not just to please coaches.

COACHES
Be reasonable in your demands; consider players‟ time, energy and enthusiasm levels.

Avoid over playing the talented players; the just „average players‟ need and deserve equal time.

Keep winning in perspective; maximise players‟ participation for fun and enjoyment.

Stress safety always; ensure that equipment and facilities are safe.

Consider maturity levels; match up practice schedules, practice activities and degree of competition with maturity levels.

Develop team respect; for the ability of opponents as well as for the judgment of officials and opposing coaches.

Recognise the importance of injury; seek and follow the physician‟s advise concerning the return of injured players to tra

Keep informed with sound principles of coaching and skill development.

Teach fair play, help players understand the responsibilities and implications of freedom to choose between fair and unfa


ADMINISTRATORS/ OFFICIALS

Ensure equal participation for all; provide equal opportunities for all regardless of ability, size, shape, age, disability or et

Ensure that the rules, equipment, length of games and training schedules take into consideration age, ability and maturity

Stress enjoyment; remember that players participate for enjoyment and play down the importance of rewards.

Promote fair play; ensure that coaches, officials, sponsors, physicians and participants understand their responsibilities re

Where appropriate modify rules and regulations to match the skill level of participants and their needs.

Promote respect for opponents and condemn unsporting behaviour.


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   SPECTATORS

Applaud good performance and efforts from each team.
Congratulate all participants upon their performance regardless of the game‟s outcome.

Respect officials‟ decisions at all times. Remember all officials are there for the fun of the game and are volunteers; as su

Condemn the use of violence in any form, be it by spectators, coaches, officials or players.

Show respect for your team‟s opponents. Without them there would be no game.

Encourage players to follow the rules and the officials‟ decisions.

Do not use foul language or harass players, coaches or officials.

Each club, state or territory is responsible for the behaviour of their spectators and officials during and at the conclusion o




NATIONAL RULES OF MASTERS AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL
For National Carnival Participation
Conduct
Member Associations shall be responsible for the actions and behaviour of their officials, players, supporters and adminis

All Players, officials and supporter are requested to honour the true spirit of MAF and to participate within the rules and

Alcohol is not permitted on any playing field or official assembly area (i.e. for march past or similar event) at any time on

                 Guidelines for Competing in National Carnivals
   1            AGE, QUALIFICATION AND REGISTRATION
#######               All players nominated for National Carnival matches must play three (3) matches in the regular fixtur
#######               All players to be 35 years or over within the Calendar year for Superules matches.
#######               All players to be 40 years or over within the Calendar year for Masterules matches.
          1.4    All players to be 45 years or over within the Calendar year for Seniorules matches.
          1.5    All players to be 50 years or over within the Calendar year for Super Seniors matches.
          1.6    All players to be 55 years or over within the Calendar year for Veterans matches.
          1.7    The National Board retains the right to make its own decisions re player eligibility for the overall betterm
          1.8    All competing players are to complete a player registration form and pay a registration fee set by Masters
          1.9    If any competing player is found to be competing without the Boards approval and is under age the State


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          1.10 Where there is an alleged breach of any Carnival Rules or act of misconduct or indiscretion of a player (s

   2             MAKE UP OF DIVISIONAL FORMAT
#######              It is a requirement of each participating State to attempt to field a team at the National Carnival in the
                     1. Superules
                     2. Masterules
                3. Seniorules
                4. Super Seniors
                5. Veterans
#######              The winning team in Division 2 of all competitions will be considered for promotion to Division 1, w
#######              When the numbers of competing States in each of the categories is an odd number, the host state will
#######              The Board retains the right to make its own decision about the carnival make up of participating team

   3             SQUAD SIZES
#######             All squads for National Carnivals are to be limited to 30 players. Any player not nominated in the te
#######             Players aged 40 and over may be nominated in more than one squad.

    4             TEAM SIZE & PARTICIPATION
#######                 The team for each official fixture to consist of 18 players with a maximum of 4 interchange players o
#######                 No team can play a match with less than 15 players.
          4.3     It is recommended to coaches and team managers that for their safety and overall enjoyment players are r
          4.4     Team coaches must ensure that competing teams have an equal number of participating players on the fie

   5       DURATION OF MATCHES
#######          All qualifying matches to be played over four quarters of 15 minutes each with no time on.
        5.2.1 Any matches deemed to be a grand final, both participating teams will be notified prior to the game co
        5.2.2 If at the conclusion of normal time the scores in the grand final are level the teams are to play two ext
        5.2.3 If at the end of extra time the scores are still level the teams do not change ends, the game is restarted
#######        Umpires and teams to assemble in centre of oval prior to start of each game for tossing of coin.

6.0   SELECTION OF ALL AUSTRALIAN SIDE

Awards Criteria
         All divisional competitions will be subject to the same criteria
1 A age group must have a minium of 4 teams to receive the divisional winners trophy
2 All divisions to receive Best and Fairest all to receive AA selection.
3 If 3 teams or less AA selection to be preoperational, the MAF board will decide the number of AA to be select
6.1      Selection of players for All Australian Sides, to be based on the following: -
6.1.1 Umpires best and fairest votes to be completed at the conclusion of each game. Team Managers are welcome to p
6.1.2 Based on the total number of umpire‟s votes accumulated over the three games, players who have received at 8 o
6.1.3 At the conclusion of their last match, each team manager is to nominate their five (5) best players in order of pref
6.1.4 The break-up of State representation for all Australian teams shall be a minimum of two (2) players from each pa
6.1.5 Coach of the All Australian sides is to be the coach from the successful team winning Division 1 Championship f
6.2      Players who receive the following penalties will be ineligible for All Australian selection:


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                      - One Red card
                      - One Yellow card
                      - Two Green cards in two matches.

7. UMPIRING
7.1 Umpires Co-ordinator shall be appointed by the Board for each National Carnival. Such appointed Co-ordinator sh

7.2         Each State must provide one endorsed/sanctioned field umpire for each participating team at the carnival. Fai

7.3     All nominated umpires must attend the Umpire‟s meeting prior to the commencement of the Carnival. Failure to at

8.       MATCH REPORTS
Match reports are to be completed in triplicate.
i)       Top sheet WHITE - carnival office copy
         White copy to be completed by the team manager at the conclusion of the match and handed to the General Ma
         *           List of players
         *           Final score
         *           Match remarks
         *           All Australian selection nominees ( in order of preference after last game only)

ii)         Second sheet BLUE - Team Manager‟s copy
            Blue copy to be retained Team Manager for his records.

iii)        Third sheet YELLOW - Umpire‟s copy
            Yellow copy, which must list the full names of all competing players is to be handed to officiating umpires pri

9. TRIBUNAL PROCEDURES

Where there is any alleged breach of carnival rules or act of misconduct or indiscretion of a player (s) / team against othe

For the convenience of all parties concerned, if the report involves an umpires report from an on field incident, every effo

The following procedures will generally be adopted by the tribunal when dealing with a charge or charges against a playe

(I)         Upon assembly and after the Tribunal has selected a Chairman, the Umpire, the reported person or persons and

(II)      The Tribunal Chairman will ask the charged player if he was number of the Football, in the case of official the c

(III)       The Umpires brief written report is read by the chairman, who shall be in possession of team sheets and any ot

(IV)        The charges player/ person is then asked to plead “guilty” or “not guilty”. A player/ person may also plead “gu

(V)         After the player/ person pleads, any available video material may be displayed.

(VI)        The Umpire is then asked to amplify his report and may be questioned by the player /person and the player‟s a


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(VII)      The other player/person mentioned in the report who must attend the hearing, is then asked to give his version

(VII)    The charged player / person is then asked to give his version any may be questioned by the Tribunal.

(VIII)     The player /person (s) may then call witnesses. The charged player / person or his advocate calls his first. Once

(IX)       After all evidence is given the advocate is given the opportunity of summing up his case and when the Tribuna




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AFL; there are specific Modifications and Umpiring Instructions that over rule any AFL rules should they be revenant. All particip




                                                                                                  Rules




ALIAN FOOTBALL



stralian Football Council Handbook in conjunction with the rule modifications detailed below:




ut by a 20 metre line radius from the centre point between the two goal posts.
e line will be awarded 2 goals and will be allocated 12 points on the score.
goal line before executing the drop-kick outside the super goal line for a successful super goal.
 ay on situation or if the mark or free kick is awarded outside the 20 metre arc.
20 m arc, then irrespective of where the kick is taken ( inside or out of the arc ) a Supergoal cannot be scored.
  50 metre penalty is awarded and a player kicks a drop kick a Super Goal is awarded even if the set mark is now inside the 20 metre line. Pen


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hite flag and 1 coloured flag.
umpire shall adjudicate. Should both field and goal umpires be unsighted then a six (6) point goal shall be awarded.




lt in a free kick against third or subsequent player.
s knee or leg against his opponent when contesting any ruck knock.
 t the ruck. However if throw-in is poor or misdirected the umpire is to immediately call play on and not recall the throw-in. If throw-in is sat


iven every protection and opportunity to take the mark. Any unnecessary or deliberate interference by opponent player/s in attempting to ma




ior opportunity) to dispose of the ball MUST when legally held by an opponent firmly enough to retard his progress, dispose of the ball by a k
ball has the ball held to his body by an opponent, unless the player has had a reasonable time (prior opportunity) to dispose of the ball prior to
 r him when he on the ground will be penalised for holding the ball if he does not immediately hit the ball clear when held legally.
his hands - the call is play on. Like wise when a player is either knocked on the arms causing him to drop the ball – the call is play on.


most protection by the umpire. Any contact other than a legal side bump or legal tackle (between knee and shoulder) shall be deemed unduly
A charge means an act of colliding with an opposition player where the amount of physical force used is unreasonable or unnecessary in the c
on of the ball or not is illegal and shall result in a free kick being awarded or if it happens after the ball has been disposed of, a free kick shall
 ill result in a relayed free kick being paid down the field.

cks at the ball whilst an opposing player (s) has his hand on or near the ball or is on the ground in the immediate vicinity of the ball.




 y On” even though a free kick should have been awarded, but by doing so would penalise the team offended against.
 y cancel such a free kick by calling “Play On” or “Advantage” if the side offended against will be penalised by enforcing the free kick. Shoul




ers shown a yellow or green card can be replaced for the set duration of the penalty period relating to the card colour no replacement for a red




 or threatening language to another person which may be an opposition player, team mate or spectator.


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r after a kick for goal.

der of current quarter plus one additional quarter. Player may be replaced




 opposing player, charges on shepherding players or unnecessary vicious pushes and shepherds

n of current match and the remainder of the current game day. Player may be replaced




atening language to an umpire or behaves in a threatening manner towards an umpire.




r of game and the remainder of the current game day with player to face tribunal. If player is found guilty of offence player‟s team will

ally attract a Red Card.

power to issue cards for any indiscretions.


other person in a manner, or engage in any other conduct which threatens, disparages, vilifies or insults another person on the basis of that pe

lub or player may lodge a complaint in writing within 24 hours to the General Manager, who shall call a tribunal meeting.


 Carnival is not eligible for a fairest and best award.


layer, the National Board or its appointed Tribunal shall meet to adjudicate on the case as per Rule 7.1.


etc. shall participate in a game if he is bleeding or has blood on his uniform or person. A bleeding person will leave the field when directed b
 cause of the bleeding has stopped, the injury is securely covered and blood has been cleaned from the uniform and body to the satisfaction of




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send bleeding person from the ground. On noticing the blood or having the matter brought to his attention the field umpire shall stop play at t


 Australian Football encourages the involvement of families. To that end any player who engages in the use of bad language that the umpire d




Y to dispose of the ball.




 portunity to be paid the mark. No raising legs when attempting to mark or spoil from behind shall be allowed.




lt in a free kick against third or subsequent player.
e or leg against his opponent when contesting any ruck knock.
 ruck. However if throw-in is poor or misdirected the umpire is to immediately call play on and not recall the throw-in. If throw-in is satisfac




metres and throw up.

 ayer when the ball is outside 5 metres.
res must immediately give a free kick.
 who is not in control.

rded according to the severity of the incident.
d a breach of the laws against an opponent in a deliberate and/ or violent manner.
 ld umpires at the next appropriate break in play (after a score, ¼, ½, ¾ time), when these tactics are noticed by them.


ficials have witnessed, although it is obvious that something untoward has occurred, with a player who has been hit and is in distress.

been witnessed. Umpires having observed that such an incident has occurred are now required to list players in the vicinity and call for names

 n, but the Board reserves the right to call a hearing if they feel this course of action is necessary.




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 ional Executive Director can supply relevant information.




m sheet which details a complete list of participating players signed by the respective team managers prior to commencement of play. The yello


  score is agreed upon by goal umpires and that this is recorded on the goal scoring cards and handed to the National Umpires Co-ordinator af




en, yellow or red cards during the game. The names of players / officials refer to point 9 shown cards must be circled on the yellow sheet with


  to National Umpires Co-ordinator




d supporters to enjoy the game of Australian Rules Football in a safe, supportive and fun environment.”

 their officials, players, supporters and administrators before, after & during all games, AND at all official M.A.F. functions, Tribunal hearing

 stered players or supporters should at be in the first instance be via their state associations President or Delegate to the National Committee o

 ZE THEIR OBLIGATION TO KNOW THE CARNIVAL RULES INCLUDING THE COMSUNPTION ALCOHOL ON OR SURROUND

 IVAL RULES OF MAF BAN‟S THE TAKING ONTO OR CONSUMPTION OF ALCHOL ON ANY PLAYING ARENA AT ANY TIME




ralian Rules Footballers the opportunity to participate safely in the great game of Australian Rules Football and to compete with their aged pe

e main motivation of the competitors, winning is not important and the game should be played in the spirit of “Football for Fun”. Social intera




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coach after the game.

  players, or provoking an opponent is not acceptable.
m's performance will benefit and so will you.


 no interfere with, bully or take unfair advantage of another player.




d deserve equal time.




 nd degree of competition with maturity levels.

 ent of officials and opposing coaches.

  concerning the return of injured players to training.




 ns of freedom to choose between fair and unfair play.




dless of ability, size, shape, age, disability or ethnic origin.

 ke into consideration age, ability and maturity level of the participants.

 y down the importance of rewards.

participants understand their responsibilities regarding fair play.

 participants and their needs.




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 r the fun of the game and are volunteers; as such all should be treated with respect




 ors and officials during and at the conclusion of their games.




ALIAN FOOTBALL


 their officials, players, supporters and administrators before, after & during all games, and at all official M.A.F. functions, Tribunal hearings

 f MAF and to participate within the rules and guidelines of MAF. Additionally all are asked to become familiar with the CODE OF CONDU

 for march past or similar event) at any time on carnival game days. It is the State association‟s responsibility to ensure their people are aware




must play three (3) matches in the regular fixtures of the domestic competition to qualify for National Championship fixtures, and any player t
year for Superules matches.
year for Masterules matches.
 for Seniorules matches.
 for Super Seniors matches.
 for Veterans matches.
 ons re player eligibility for the overall betterment and success of the carnival.
 form and pay a registration fee set by Masters Australian Football Inc. Team and player registration forms and fees must be submitted to the
 he Boards approval and is under age the State he is representing shall be fined up to $500 and the offending player may be suspended from fu


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act of misconduct or indiscretion of a player (s) including officials (see point 9) /team against other player (s) / team a written report must be s


 t to field a team at the National Carnival in the following order.




 l be considered for promotion to Division 1, with the bottom side in Division 1 being considered for relegation to Division 2 for the next carn
categories is an odd number, the host state will be given the option of nominating a second team to balance the numbers.
bout the carnival make up of participating teams for the betterment and overall success of the carnival.


 0 players. Any player not nominated in the team of up to 22 ( or more as directed by the MAF board ) for a specific fixture may play for the




ers with a maximum of 4 interchange players or more as directed by the MAF board..

heir safety and overall enjoyment players are requested to play not more than six quarters but are also given the opportunity to participate in a
qual number of participating players on the field at all times except in the case of send-offs. If one team has 17 players, the opposing team mu


s of 15 minutes each with no time on.
ting teams will be notified prior to the game commencing.
nd final are level the teams are to play two extra halves of three minutes each. Teams to have a three minute break before the commencement
ams do not change ends, the game is restarted immediately in the normal fashion and the first team to score will be declared the winner. No te
to start of each game for tossing of coin.




nal winners trophy

rd will decide the number of AA to be selected.

  each game. Team Managers are welcome to provide to umpires for information purposes, copies of their five best ranked players immediatel
 three games, players who have received at 8 or more votes will automatically be Selected for All Australian
inate their five (5) best players in order of preference from first best to fifth best on the match report and submit this to the General Manager f
be a minimum of two (2) players from each participating team for Superules, Masterules, Seniorules, Superseniors and Veterans(22 players o
ssful team winning Division 1 Championship for Superules, Masterules, Seniorules, Superseniors and Veterans
r All Australian selection:


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onal Carnival. Such appointed Co-ordinator shall be empowered to select umpires and be responsible for match day officiating during the Ca

 for each participating team at the carnival. Failure to do so will result in up to a $500 fine being imposed by the Board.

e commencement of the Carnival. Failure to attend this meeting without good reason will incur up to a $100 fine for their State.




ion of the match and handed to the General Manager. The report is to be fully completed and includes the following information.




ence after last game only)




ayers is to be handed to officiating umpires prior to the commencement of the match. This sheet must be signed off in the allocated space by t




 indiscretion of a player (s) / team against other player (s) /, Team Officials, IE, Coaches, Team Managers, Runners, Trainers, Water Carriers,

ires report from an on field incident, every effort will be made to convene the tribunal on the day of the reported incident. Delegates must noti

ealing with a charge or charges against a player for a breach of the laws of Australian Football or Masters Australian Football “Code of Cond

the Umpire, the reported person or persons and their advocates (if any) shall be summoned before the Tribunal.

ber of the Football, in the case of official the chairman will ask their name and nominated state the day stated and also ask the same question

hall be in possession of team sheets and any other relevant correspondence.

ot guilty”. A player/ person may also plead “guilty under provocation” if he desires.




tioned by the player /person and the player‟s advocate. The Chairman and members of the Tribunal may also ask questions as they desire. The


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d the hearing, is then asked to give his version and may be questioned by the Tribunal and the charged player(s) advocate.

may be questioned by the Tribunal.

yer / person or his advocate calls his first. Once a witness is called to give evidence, he must remain in the room until the case is finished. Eac

 of summing up his case and when the Tribunal is satisfied that it has all the evidence it needs to enable it to come to a decision, the Tribunal




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rules should they be revenant. All participants are required to abide by the MAF National Rules




e set mark is now inside the 20 metre line. Penalty paid can not disadvantage the side receiving the penalty.


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oal shall be awarded.




n and not recall the throw-in. If throw-in is satisfactory any third or subsequent player involvement in the rucking contest will result in a free


rence by opponent player/s in attempting to mark or prevent the player in front of the pack from taking the mark shall result in a free kick bein




 o retard his progress, dispose of the ball by a kick or handball with in a reasonable time of being held, otherwise a free kick shall be awarded
rior opportunity) to dispose of the ball prior to being tackled, in which case a free kick shall be awarded for holding the ball.
hit the ball clear when held legally.
m to drop the ball – the call is play on.


 n knee and shoulder) shall be deemed unduly rough play and a free kick awarded.
e used is unreasonable or unnecessary in the circumstances, irrespective (of whether the player is or is not in possession of the football or wh
the ball has been disposed of, a free kick shall be awarded down the field where the ball lands.


in the immediate vicinity of the ball.




eam offended against.
 be penalised by enforcing the free kick. Should the field umpire cancel a free kick, he may reverse the decision if it is obvious that it is not to




ng to the card colour no replacement for a red card.




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er is found guilty of offence player‟s team will incur mandatory two (2) point loss and tribunal will decide if further penalty is required for off




or insults another person on the basis of that person‟s race, religion, colour, descent or national or ethnic background.

hall call a tribunal meeting.




ing person will leave the field when directed by the field umpire and may be replaced.
 om the uniform and body to the satisfaction of the field umpire.




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is attention the field umpire shall stop play at the next available break in play (score, out of bounds, throw up) and then direct the person from


es in the use of bad language that the umpire deems could be heard beyond the boundaries of the playing field shall pay a free kick against th




d not recall the throw-in. If throw-in is satisfactory any third or subsequent player involvement in the rucking contest will result in a free kic




s are noticed by them.


yer who has been hit and is in distress.

to list players in the vicinity and call for names of any witnesses. Names of players remonstrating after the act are also to be included.




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gers prior to commencement of play. The yellow team sheets are to be handed to the National Umpires Co-ordinator at the completion of the


nded to the National Umpires Co-ordinator after the game along with the yellow team sheets.




cards must be circled on the yellow sheet with card colour noted along side their names. If a player is shown a red card a separate written rep




all official M.A.F. functions, Tribunal hearings or Meetings.

ident or Delegate to the National Committee or to the carnival office on match days via the MAF General Manager. Contact at official functi

UNPTION ALCOHOL ON OR SURROUNDING PLAYING OVALS.

ON ANY PLAYING ARENA AT ANY TIME DURING A CARNIVAL , ANY BRACHES WILL INCUR PENITLY S FOR THE STATE




les Football and to compete with their aged peers.

n the spirit of “Football for Fun”. Social interaction is also a very important feature of MAF for all participants.




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ll official M.A.F. functions, Tribunal hearings or Meetings.

become familiar with the CODE OF CONDUCT in the front of the Carnival Book.

 responsibility to ensure their people are aware of this rule. Pentiles will apply to anyone who offends. Please note the forgoing is the MAF




ional Championship fixtures, and any player that competes with more than one affiliated body must compete with the affiliated body for who




ration forms and fees must be submitted to the General Manager prior to the commencement of the first game. (note registration is to be done
 he offending player may be suspended from further participation during that carnival. The offending State may lose any points gained whilst


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 her player (s) / team a written report must be submitted to the General Manager within 24 hours of the incident for consideration by the Board




ed for relegation to Division 2 for the next carnival.
m to balance the numbers.




 board ) for a specific fixture may play for the President‟s XVIII or any other composite team formed to assist the carnival fixture scheme.




re also given the opportunity to participate in at least two quarters on any one match day.
one team has 17 players, the opposing team must either take one player off or provide the opposing team with one of their spare players before




three minute break before the commencement of extra time, but no break at the end of the first extra three minute period when teams change
eam to score will be declared the winner. No team coaches or officials are to enter the playing field at the end of extra time if the scores are le




 es of their five best ranked players immediately after the game. Umpires to award votes for best players - 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 in order of preference o

eport and submit this to the General Manager for consideration for All Australian selection.
rules, Superseniors and Veterans(22 players or more if required).




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onsible for match day officiating during the Carnival. There shall be no “Umpire of the Carnival Award” however Carnival service by umpire

g imposed by the Board.

up to a $100 fine for their State.




ncludes the following information.




 must be signed off in the allocated space by the Manager of each team.




Managers, Runners, Trainers, Water Carriers, including registered players not playing in the said game Etc, can also be reported for breach o

y of the reported incident. Delegates must notify reported players they are to remain at the Carnival location until an appointed tribunal time i

or Masters Australian Football “Code of Conduct”




 the day stated and also ask the same question of any other player or players also mentioned in the Umpires Report if those players are in atten




unal may also ask questions as they desire. The umpire may then call any witnesses.


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 harged player(s) advocate.




main in the room until the case is finished. Each witness is asked to give his version of the incident and may be questioned by the advocate, an

o enable it to come to a decision, the Tribunal will privately consider the case and make a finding based on what it believes to be the facts. Th




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ment in the rucking contest will result in a free kick against such player.


m taking the mark shall result in a free kick being awarded to the player in front of the pack. The interference could take the form of a knee or




 g held, otherwise a free kick shall be awarded against the player for failing to dispose of the ball in a legal manner.
 awarded for holding the ball.




 is or is not in possession of the football or whether the player is within 5 metres of the football) of ball proximity. A free kick shall be paid




 erse the decision if it is obvious that it is not to the advantage of the team concerned.




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will decide if further penalty is required for offending player. Player can not be replaced




or ethnic background.




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nds, throw up) and then direct the person from the field. Person leaving the ground must do so from the nearest point with field umpire ackno


he playing field shall pay a free kick against the offending player and advise continuance of such behaviour could incur a more sever penalty




in the rucking contest will result in a free kick against such player.




ng after the act are also to be included.




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Umpires Co-ordinator at the completion of the game.




ayer is shown a red card a separate written report is to be completed in readiness for a tribunal hearing. The yellow sheets along with any red




AF General Manager. Contact at official functions when MAF Board members have official duties to perform should be with discretion and re




WILL INCUR PENITLY S FOR THE STATE THAT THE OFFENDER REPRSENTS




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ffends. Please note the forgoing is the MAF rule only, this may vary depending on the ruling of the carnival facilities controlling body or st




must compete with the affiliated body for whom he has played most games during the season.




 the first game. (note registration is to be done directly on line by each state association)
ending State may lose any points gained whilst playing under aged players.


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s of the incident for consideration by the Board or its‟ appointed Tribunal.




ormed to assist the carnival fixture scheme.




 ing team with one of their spare players before play commences.




extra three minute period when teams change ends.
ield at the end of extra time if the scores are level.




st players - 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 in order of preference on official form which is to be signed by both officiating umpires.




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l Award” however Carnival service by umpires at five or more Carnivals will be acknowledged with the presentation of Five Year Certificate




 id game Etc, can also be reported for breach of carnival rules. This can apply to during or after the game has been completed or at any Subseq

nival location until an appointed tribunal time is agreed upon.




he Umpires Report if those players are in attendance. All except the Umpire, charged players and all advocates shall retire until recalled.




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ent and may be questioned by the advocate, and the Tribunal as desired.

ng based on what it believes to be the facts. The Reported Person and his Advocate are then brought back into the room and informed of the v




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e interference could take the form of a knee or boot being put into a player‟s body.




ll in a legal manner.




) of ball proximity. A free kick shall be paid against a player engaging in rough conduct against an opponent which in the circumstances is u




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from the nearest point with field umpire acknowledging entry of replacement player, if the bleeding person is a player. Such replacement play


h behaviour could incur a more sever penalty i.e. SEND OFF GREEN CARD.




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hearing. The yellow sheets along with any red card reports are to be handed to the National Umpires Co-ordinator.




ies to perform should be with discretion and respect at all times




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of the carnival facilities controlling body or state licensing agreement at individual carnivals. MAF will not have control over such rulings.




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 with the presentation of Five Year Certificates during the Carnival.




the game has been completed or at any Subsequent social function etc. team a written report must be submitted to the Executive Director imm




nd all advocates shall retire until recalled.




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ought back into the room and informed of the verdict. At that time the Tribunal shall hear any further submission from the Advocate in relatio




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st an opponent which in the circumstances is unreasonable.




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ding person is a player. Such replacement player may enter the field of play and take up his position before the bleeding player has left the fie




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MAF will not have control over such rulings.




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ust be submitted to the Executive Director immediately after the game has been completed but no later then 24 hours of the incident for consi




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urther submission from the Advocate in relation to penalty. The Tribunal will then privately consider any penalty and take into account the pla




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ition before the bleeding player has left the field of play.




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no later then 24 hours of the incident for consideration by National Board or its, appointed tribunal. The Tribunal shall consist of at least thre




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nsider any penalty and take into account the players past playing record. After reaching a decision on the penalty to be imposed, if any, the rep




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unal. The Tribunal shall consist of at least three members including the Chairperson. State Delegates, who are not directly or indirectly involv




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on on the penalty to be imposed, if any, the reported person and his Advocate are bought back into the room and informed of the decision.




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gates, who are not directly or indirectly involved in the consequences of tribunal decisions may be chosen to sit on this appointed Tribunal.




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nto the room and informed of the decision.




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be chosen to sit on this appointed Tribunal.




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1983 - Melbourne - Camberwell Football Club
18th September Western Australia         41    d    Australian Capital Territory              35
               Victoria                  48    d    Northern Territory                        24
               Tasmania                  42    d    South Australia                           16

20th September South Australia            37   d    Northern Territory                        30
               Tasmania                   56   d    Australian Capital Territory              20
               Western Australia          32   d    Victoria                                  29

22nd September Northern Territory         32   =    Australian Capital Territory              32
               Victoria                   66   d    South Australia                           17

Grand Final     Tasmania                  40   d    Western Australia                         35
                Champion                            Tasmania

1984 - Darwin - Gardens Oval
5th August      Victoria Country          56   d    Victoria Metro                            55
                Northern Territory             d    Tasmania                                  44
                Western Australia         76   d    Queensland                                27

8th August      Tasmania                  26   d    Queensland                                18
                Victoria Metro            56   d    Western Australia                         42
                Northern Territory             d    Victoria Country                          28

10th August     Queensland                41   d    Victoria Country                          36
                Western Australia         53   d    Tasmania                                  33

Grand Final     Northern Territory        60   d    Victoria Metro                            35
                Champion                            Tasmania

1985 - Hobart - Glenorchy F.C.
22nd September Northern Territory         63   d    ACT/NSW                                   47
                Western Australia         46   d    Queensland                                37
                Tasmania                  81   d    Victoria Country                          38
                Victoria Metro            63   d    South Australia                           21

24th September ACT/NSW                    67   d    Victoria Country                          51
               Queensland                 51   d    South Australia                           33
               Western Australia          83   d    Victoria Metro                            49
               Tasmania                   76   d    Northern Territory                        26

26th September Victoria Country           45   d    South Australia                           43
               Queensland                 47   d    ACT/NSW                                   43
               Victoria Metro             48   d    Northern Territory                        14

Grand Final     Tasmania                  73   d    Western Australia                         33
                Champion                            Tasmania


1986 - Perth - Subiaco
1st October      Western Australia (2)   108   d    NSW                                       31
                 Northern Territory       48   d    ACT                                       14
                 Victoria Metro           63   d    Queensland                                36


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               Victoria Country            75   d    Tasmania                                  38
               South Australia             34   d    Western Australia (1)                      8

8th October    Tasmania                    92   d    NSW                                        6
               Queensland                  47   d    Western Australia (2)                     45
               Western Australia (1)      142   d    ACT                                       13
Semi 1         Victoria Metro              75   d    Victoria Country                          16
Semi 2         South Australia             91   d    Northern Territory                        70

11th October   ACT                         64   d    NSW                                       31
               Tasmania                    47   d    Western Australia (2)                     33
               Western Australia (1)      101   d    Queensland                                32
               Victoria Country            94   d    Northern Territory                        45

Grand Final    Victoria Metro              47   d    South Australia                           23
               Champion                              Tasmania

1987 - Brisbane - Coorparoo - Superules
Day 1           Pres XVIII                 64   d    NSW                                       43
                Western Australia          52   d    Victoria Country                          35
                Tasmania                   33   d    Northern Territory                        29
                Victoria Metro             63   d    Queensland                                28

Day 2          Northern Territory         123   d    NSW                                       15
               South Australia            112   d    Pres XVIII                                16
               Victoria Country            45   d    Queensland                                33
Semi 1         Victoria Metro              74   d    ACT                                       30
Semi 2         Western Australia           83   d    Tasmania                                   8

Day 3          Victoria Country           127   d    Pres XVIII                                21
               Queensland                  72   d    NSW                                       39
               South Australia             36   d    Northern Territory                        27
               Tasmania                    36   d    ACT                                       34

Grand Final    Western Australia           67   d    Victoria Metro                            24
               Champion                              Tasmania

1988 - Adelaide - Norwood - Superules
Day 1           South Australia            56   d    Victoria Country                          25
                Pres XVIII                 88   d    NSW                                       44
                Victoria Metro            129   d    Queensland                                17
                Tasmania                   75   d    ACT                                        8
                Western Australia          67   d    Northern Territory                        25

Day 2          Queensland                  62   d    NSW                                       35
               Victoria Metro             118   d    Pres XVIII                                21
               Northern Territory          91   d    ACT                                       14
Semi 1         Victoria Metro              55   d    Tasmania                                  45
Semi 2         South Australia             63   d    Western Australia                         18

Day 3          Queensland                  66   d    Pres XVIII                                27
               ACT                         44   d    NSW                                       23
               Victoria Country            59   d    Northern Territory                        21


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               Western Australia           83     d    Tasmania                                  22

Grand Final    South Australia             56    d     Victoria Metro                            16
               Champion                                Tasmania


1989 - Canberra - Football Park - Superules                   Division 1
Day 1          Victoria Metro              73     d    ACT                                       28
               Tasmania                    42     d    South Australia                           21

Day 2          Tasmania                    53     d    ACT                                       28
               Victoria Metro              60     d    South Australia                           22

Day 3          South Australia             46     d    ACT                                       36
               Victoria Metro              53     d    Tasmania                                  25
               Champion                                Tasmania

1989 - Canberra - Football Park - Superules              Division 2
Day 1          Victoria Country           120 d Pres XVIII                                        0
               NSW                         37 drew Queensland                                    37

Day 2          Queensland                  78     d    Pres XVIII                                 7
               Victoria Country            49     d    NSW                                       16

Day 3          NSW                         86     d    Pres XVIII                                20
               Victoria Country            53     d    Queensland                                12


                                   Final Standings


1990 - Melbourne - Junction Oval Superules                                            Division 1
Day 1          Victoria Metro            73       d    ACT                                    28
               Tasmania                  42       d    South Australia                        21

Day 2          Tasmania                    53     d    ACT                                       28
               Victoria Metro              60     d    South Australia                           22

Day 3          South Australia             46     d    ACT                                       36
               Victoria Metro              53     d    Tasmania                                  25


1990 - Melbourne - Junction Oval Superules                                            Division 2
Day 1          Victoria Country         120 d Pres XVIII                                       0
               NSW                       37 drew Queensland                                   37

Day 2          Queensland                  78     d    Pres XVIII                                 7
               Victoria Country            49     d    NSW                                       16

Day 3          NSW                         86     d    Pres XVIII                                20
               Victoria Country            53     d    Queensland                                12




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                                     Final Standings


1991 - Darwin - Marrara Oval Superules                                                  Division 1
Day 1           Western Australia            80     d    Victoria Country                       35
                Tasmania                     66     d    Victoria Metro                         42

Day 2           Victoria Country             39     d    Victoria Metro                            34
                Western Australia            40     d    Tasmania                                  39

Day 3           Tasmania                     52     d    Victoria Country                          48
                Victoria Metro               36     d    Western Australia                         33


1991 - Darwin - Marrara Superules                                                       Division 2
Day 1           ACT                         140     d    Pres XVIII                             12
                South Australia              63     d    NSW                                    53
                Northern Territory           74     d    Queensland                             36

Day 2           South Australia              97     d    Pres XVIII                                20
                NSW                          60     d    Queensland                                30
                Northern Territory           76     d    ACT                                       17

Day 3           Northern Territory           74     d    South Australia                           14
                NSW                          68     d    ACT                                       59
                Queensland                   76     d    Pres XVIII                                18


                                     Final Standings


1992 Labrador, Gold Coast, Queensland




1993 - Hobart - Lindisfarne                                        Superules - Division 1
Day 1            Tasmania                    81     d    Victoria Country               5
                 Western Australia           88     d    Queensland                    41


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Day 2            Queensland                   36     d    Victoria Metro                            27
                 Tasmania                     88     d    Western Australia                         24

Day 3            Western Australia            44     d    Victoria Metro                            41
                 Tasmania                    107     d    Queensland                                36



1993 - Hobart - Lindisfarne                                         Superules - Division 2
Day 1            Victoria Country             72     d    NSW                           15
                 Northern Territory           67     d    ACT                           27
                 South Australia              64     d    Pres XVIII                    57

Day 2            South Australia              46 d NSW                                              31
                 Northern Territory           19 drew Victoria Country                              19
                 Pres XVIII                   43 d ACT                                              36

Day 3            Northern Territory          109     d    Pres XVIII                                20
                 NSW                          40     d    ACT                                       36
Grand Final      Victoria Country             56     d    South Australia                           50


                                      Final Standings




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<tr><td> </td><td><p>      <tr><td></td><td><p>Western Australia</td><td><p>41</td><td><p>d</td><td>
                           </td><td><p>Victoria</td><td><p>48</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>Northern Territ
                           </td><td><p>Tasmania</td><td><p>42</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>South Austra

                          </td><td><p>South Australia</td><td><p>37</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>Northe
                          </td><td><p>Tasmania</td><td><p>56</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>Australian C
                          </td><td><p>Western Australia</td><td><p>32</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>Victo

                          </td><td><p>Northern Territory</td><td><p>32</td><td><p>=</td><td><p>Aust
                          </td><td><p>Victoria</td><td><p>66</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>South Australia

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 ><td><p>32</td><td><p>d</td><td><p>Victoria</td><td><p>29</td><td><p>

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Sprint Championships                                  Sprint Championsh
Superules (35-40 Years)                  100 Metres   Masterules (40-45 Y


1986      Peter Van Helden (WA)                       1986
1987      Warwick Heathcote (Qld)                     1987
1988      Gary Moat (VM)                              1988
1989      Peter Lloyd (Tas)                           1989
1990      Charlie Ardonetto (VC)                      1990
1991      T. Hefferman (Tas)                          1991
1992      Neol Emzin (Qld)                            1992
1993      Hayden Karutz (SA)                          1993
1994      Hayden Karutz (SA)                          1994
1995      Tony Marinelli (VC)                         1995
1996      Paul Reball (Qld)                           1996
1997      Lau Demaria (VM)                            1997
1998      Paul Reball (Qld)                           1998
1999      Paul Reball (Qld)                           1999
2000      Dennis Selvidge (VM)                        2000
2001      Dennis Selvidge (VM)                        2001
2002      Tim Adams (WA)                              2002
2003      Rod Gillette (VM)                           2003
2004      Peter Vaughan (VM)                          2004
2005      Chris Hogan (Tas)                           2005
2006      Peter Vaughan (VM)                          2006
2007      Wayne McNamara (WA)                         2007
2008      Danny Gafa (VC)                             2008


               Dropkick Championships
               Superules (35-40 Years)
   1984   Ray Buckley (NT)                   67.2m
   1985   George Ilich (WA)                  64.5m
   1986   Eric Lake (VC)                     57.5m
   1987   Trevor Zeltner (ACT)               57.5m
   1988   Trevor Zeltner (ACT)               61.3m
   1989   Fred Dobra (Qld)                   48.1m
   1990   Ken Sage (VM)                      62.3m       1990
   1991   Michael Graham (NT)                54.4m       1991
   1992   Ken Sage (VM)                      57.0m       1992
   1993   Ray Baehnisch (NT)                 61.2m       1993
   1994   Lee Forrester (SA)                 61.2m       1994
       1995   Shane Shorter (Qld)                 59.2m               1995
       1996   Peter Brain (VC)                   49.95m               1996
       1997   Mark Clark (NSW)                    50.0m               1997
       1998   Mark Hofert (ACT)                   55.8m               1998
       1999   Niel Daniels (WA)                   55.2m               1999
       2000   Frank Loveluck (Tas)                61.5m               2000
       2001   Paul Fairchild (VM)                 59.4m               2001
       2002   Jason Kearney (Qld)                 51.5m               2002
       2003   Donald Wheadon (VC)                 53.6m               2003
       2004   Tim Adams (WA)                      57.0m               2004
       2005   Eric Bowman (NSW)                   54.8m               2005
       2006   Kyran O'Shaughnessy (ACT)           56.8m               2006
       2007   Damien Hofert (Qld)                58.65m               2007
       2008   Mark Jones (VM)                     57.1m               2008




              Superules (35-40 Years)                                   Masters (40-

1983   D1     M.Johnson (ACT)
1984   D1     B.Simmons (NT), A.Bennet (VC)
1985   D1     T.Zeltner (ACT)
1986   D1     K.Morris (VM)
1987   D1     B.Fort (ACT), J.Stackpool (Qld)
1988   D1     N.Caldwell (SA)
1989   D1     S.Taubert (NSW), R.Coeli (NSW)              1989   D1
1990   D1                                                 1990   D1
1991   D1     G.Bergeson (WA)                             1991   D1
       D2     G.Fort (ACT)
1992   D1     G.Bakers (Tas)                              1992   D1
       D2     P.Hodges (SA)
1993   D1     R.Barrett (WA)                              1993   D1
       D2     M.McIntyre (VC)
1994   D1     M.Williams (Tas)                            1994   D1
       D2     L.Forrester (SA)
1995   D1     S.Wade (Tas)                                1995   D1
       D2     W.Mulrany (NSW)
1996   D1     J.Schneebichler (SA), S.Eurell (NSW)        1996   D1
       D2     N.Vince (VM), P.Whelan (VC)                        D2
1997     D1   C.Hoyer (Tas)                         1997   D1
         D2   M.Housley (ACT), D.Pearce (SA)               D2

1998     D1   G.Henderson (SA)                      1998   D1
         D2                                                D2
1999     D1   B.Taylor (Tas)                        1999   D1
         D2   R.Wilkie (Qld)                               D2
2000     D1   A.Green (VM)                          2000   D1
         D2   P.Smith (WA/SA)                              D2
2001     D1   M.Osbourne (Qld)                      2001   D1
         D2   D.Martin (VC)                                D2
2002     D1   D Lambert (VM)                        2002   D1
         D2   K Jay (SA)                                   D2
2003     D1   Troy Arnott (VM)                      2003   D1
         D2   Jay Kerry (SA)                               D2
2004     D1   Russell Hearn (VC)                    2004   D1
         D2                                                D2
2005     D1   Brett Lienert (SA)                    2005   D1
         D2   Scott Cowie (VC)                             D2

2006     D1   Grant McKenzie (Qld)                  2006   D1

         D2   A.Close (SA), C.Russell (Tas)                D2
  2007   D1   Mark Jones (Qld)                      2007   D1

         D2   Grant Hawksworth (SA)                        D2
  2008   D1   T.Arnott (VM), P.Hansen (WA),    10   2008   D1
              L.Heath (Tas)
         D2   Gerald Atkins (NT)               12          D2
Sprint Championships                         Sprint Championships
Masterules (40-45 Years)         75 Metres   Seniors (45-50 Years)                75 Metres


        Tich EdWArds (Tas)
        Tich EdWArds (Tas)
        Roley Daw (WA)
        Roley Daw (WA)
        John Davies (Umpire)
        Roley Daw (WA)
        Roley Daw (WA)
        Tich EdWArds (Tas)
        P. Marks (VM)
        Noel Emzin (Qld)                     1995    Russel Brewer (Qld)
        Bruce Tschirpig (WA)                 1996    Alan Morris (NSW)
        Noel Emzin (Qld)                     1997    Joe Tassone (WA
        Steve Clark (Tas)                    1998    Ric Svanberg (Qld)
        Mick Brown (VC)                      1999    Alan Sculthorpe (Tas)
        Ralph Hopstee (WA)                   2000    Alan Sculthorpe (Tas)
        Paul Reball (Qld)                    2001    Alan Sculthorpe (Tas)
        Ricky Holt (ACT)                     2002    M Brown (VM)
        Graham Harris (SA)                   2003    Robert Dawson (SA)
        Graham Harris (SA)                   2004    Ross Wall (SA)
        Doug Ward (Qld)                      2005    Graham Harris (SA)
        Ricky Norquay (Tas)                  2006    Graham Harris (SA)
        Andrew Kohlvusch (NSW)               2007    Graham Harris (SA)
        Peter Vaughan (VM)                   2008    Graham Harris (SA)


         Dropkick Championships                         Dropkick Championships
         Masterules (40-45 Years)                         Seniors (45-50 Years)




        Tim Sandford (WA)           62.1m
        Bruce Kuchel (SA)           53.6m
        Laurie Tognolini (WA)       55.5m
        Kerry Viney (Tas)           58.8m
        Mick Graham (NT)            55.1m
  Craig Davis (NSW)      61.2m               1995   Jeff Hankins (VC)
  Bruce Tschirpig (WA)   49.3m               1996   Ron Fenton (NSW)
  Roy Baehnisch (NT)     49.0m               1997   Jeff Hawkins (VC)
  Roy Baehnisch (NT)     54.2m               1998   Jeff Hawke (VC)
  Lee Forrester (SA)     58.2m               1999   Ken Pense (WA)
  Peter Brain (VC)       56.4m               2000   Gary Conway (VM)
  Steve Robbins (Qld)    56.5m               2001   Noel Doody (VC)
  Mark Hoffert (ACT)     49.4m               2002   Peter Hams (WA]
  Tas Strong (Tas)       52.0m               2003   Don Dykes (Tas)
  Peter Spriggs (NSW)    55.9m               2004   Don Dykes (Tas)
  Wayne Tyquin (VC)      57.1m               2005   Mark Hope (NSW)
  Eric Bowman (ACT)      57.0m               2006   Dave Watson (SA)
  Peter Spriggs (NSW)    56.9m               2007   Mark Flavel (SA)
  Russ King (VM)         48.4m               2008   Greg Smith (NT)




                         NATIONAL CARNIVAL FAIREST & B
Masters (40-45 Years)                               Seniors (45-50 Years)




  B.Kennedy (VC)
  G.Mabbs (WA)
  N.Wenzlau (VC)

  H.Degan (Qld)

  K.Thompson (Qld)

  R.Kennedy (VM)

  J.Creek (NSW)                  1995   D1          R.Crutchfield (NSW)

  C.Guice (Qld)                  1996   D1          R.Morcom (SA)
  W.McBride (NT)
S.McCann (Tas)                    1997   D1      R.Searle (SA)
M.Hammond (Pr), A.Freeman (Pr),
G.Allen (ACT), I.Jackson (ACT)
W.McBride (Qld)                   1998   D1      K.Follett (SA)
R.Finnegan (ACT)
T.Tarrant (Qld)                   1999   D1      L.Cailotto (SA)
P.Baker (VC), M.Housley (ACT)
W.Glenn (VM)                      2000   D1      T.Burne (SA)
M.Housley (ACT)
G.Gordon (Tas)                    2001   D1      N.Emzin (Qld)
P.Smith (WA)                             D2      S.Bailey (ACT)
B Brett (Tas)                     2002   D1      Graeme Tresidder (VM)
J Gleeson (NT)                           D2      D.Searle (SA)
John Lyons (Tas)                  2003   D1      Ian Walter (VC)
Steve Robbins (Qld)                      D2      Greg Gordon (Tas)
Steve Mattizzo (SA)               2004   D1      Gary Mather (VM)
                                         D2      Mark Hope (NSW)
Dean Renfrey (SA)                 2005   D1      Mark Komp (VM)
Dean Kerrison (SA)                       D2   D3 Greg White (SA)            Ian
                                                 Walter (VC)
Neil McIntosh (Qld)               2006   D1      Stafford Heres (Tas)

Sid Jones (VC)                           D2      Greg Hooper (WA), Mark Hofert (Qld)
Darren Perry (Tas)                2007   D1      Vincent Mallia (SA)

Steve Armstrong (ACT)                    D2
Darren Perry (Tas)       14       2008   D1      Andrew Major (WA)

Dave Skuta (ACT)         9               D2      Steve Robbins (Qld)
            Sprint Championships                         Sprint Championships
75 Metres   SuperSeniors (50-55 Years)       75 Metres   Veterans (55+ Years)




            2001    Barry Edwards (Tas)
            2002    Barry Edwards (Tas)
            2003    Bruce Cornish (NSW)
            2004    Chris Lyndon (NT)
            2005    Robert Dawson (SA)
            2006    Noel Waterman (Qld)                  2006
            2007    Mark Petalas (VM)                    2007
            2008    Mark Petalas (VM)                    2008


                     Dropkick Championships
                    SuperSeniors (50-55 Years)
    53.1m
    48.6m
    43.5m
    45.2m
    47.4m
    56.5m       2000   Ron Winfield (WA)      51.7m
    54.3m       2001   Gary Conway (VM)       50.0m
    46.3m       2002   Ron Winfield (WA)      44.7m
    53.9m       2003   Peter Parsons (Tas)    46.45m
    54.8m       2004   Alan Stilsby (VM)      50.7m
    48.6m       2005   Ross McGorman (NT)     47.5m
    54.3m       2006   Peter Alison (Tas)     45.1m
    51.8m       2007   Kim Cowan (NT)         48.8m    2007
    45.1m       2008   Steve Rechner (SA)     49.1m    2008




AIREST & BEST
                Super Seniors (45-50 Years)              Veterans (50 + Yea
                 2005   D1   Vin Brown (VM)
                        D2   John Watkins (VC-Nth),
                             Charlie Adnornetto (VC-Sth)
                 2006   D1   Stephen Curtis (SA), Richard          2006
                             Shadbolt (Tas)
k Hofert (Qld)          D2   Steve McGee (VC)
                 2007   D1   Garry Ross (WA), Kim Pearce (SA), &   2007
                             Ken Pense (SA)
                        D2   Kim Garner (NSW)
           13    2008   D1   Les Pugh (VM)                12       2008

           9            D2   Bruce Midson (Qld),        12
                             Ian Walter (VC)
Sprint Championships
Veterans (55+ Years)         50 Metres




        John Lamb (ACT)
        John Lamb (ACT)
        John Lamb (ACT)


        Dropkick Championships
        Veterans (55+ Years)
  Roscoe McGorman       46.35m
  Kerry O'Callagan      41.6m




Veterans (50 + Years)
Gordon McQueen (VM), Peter Ward
            (VM)




Gary Wilson (VM)       10
Sprint Championships
Superules (35-40 Years)


1986                           Peter Van Helden (WA)
1987                           Warwick Heathcote (Qld)
1988                           Gary Moat (VM)
1989                           Peter Lloyd (Tas)
1990                           Charlie Ardonetto (VC)
1991                           T. Hefferman (Tas)
1992                           Neol Emzin (Qld)
1993                           Hayden Karutz (SA)
1994                           Hayden Karutz (SA)
1995                           Tony Marinelli (VC)
1996                           Paul Reball (Qld)
1997                           Lau Demaria (VM)
1998                           Paul Reball (Qld)
1999                           Paul Reball (Qld)
2000                           Dennis Selvidge (VM)
2001                           Dennis Selvidge (VM)
2002                           Tim Adams (WA)
2003                           Rod Gillette (VM)
2004                           Peter Vaughan (VM)
2005                           Chris Hogan (Tas)
2006                           Peter Vaughan (VM)
2007                           Wayne McNamara (WA)
2008                           Danny Gafa (VC)


                              Dropkick Championships
                               Superules (35-40 Years)
                          1984 Ray Buckley (NT)
                          1985 George Ilich (WA)
                          1986 Eric Lake (VC)
                          1987 Trevor Zeltner (ACT)
                          1988 Trevor Zeltner (ACT)
                          1989 Fred Dobra (Qld)
                          1990 Ken Sage (VM)
                          1991 Michael Graham (NT)
                          1992 Ken Sage (VM)
                          1993 Ray Baehnisch (NT)
                          1994 Lee Forrester (SA)
1995   Shane Shorter (Qld)
1996   Peter Brain (VC)
1997   Mark Clark (NSW)
1998   Mark Hofert (ACT)
1999   Niel Daniels (WA)
2000   Frank Loveluck (Tas)
2001   Paul Fairchild (VM)
2002   Jason Kearney (Qld)
2003   Donald Wheadon (VC)
2004   Tim Adams (WA)
2005   Eric Bowman (NSW)
2006   Kyran O'Shaughnessy (ACT)
2007   Damien Hofert (Qld)
2008   Mark Jones (VM)
         Sprint Championships
         Masterules (40-45 Years)          100 Metres


         1986
         1987
         1988
         1989
         1990
         1991
         1992
         1993
         1994
         1995
         1996
         1997
         1998
         1999
         2000
         2001
         2002
         2003
         2004
         2005
         2006
         2007
         2008


mpionships

                                               67.2m
                                               64.5m
                                               57.5m
                                               57.5m
                                               61.3m
                                               48.1m
                                    1990       62.3m
                                    1991       54.4m
                                    1992       57.0m
                                    1993       61.2m
                                    1994       61.2m
1995    59.2m
1996   49.95m
1997    50.0m
1998    55.8m
1999    55.2m
2000    61.5m
2001    59.4m
2002    51.5m
2003    53.6m
2004    57.0m
2005    54.8m
2006    56.8m
2007   58.65m
2008    57.1m
Sprint Championships
Masterules (40-45 Years)


1986                              Tich EdWArds (Tas)
1987                              Tich EdWArds (Tas)
1988                              Roley Daw (WA)
1989                              Roley Daw (WA)
1990                              John Davies (Umpire)
1991                              Roley Daw (WA)
1992                              Roley Daw (WA)
1993                              Tich EdWArds (Tas)
1994                              P. Marks (VM)
1995                              Noel Emzin (Qld)
1996                              Bruce Tschirpig (WA)
1997                              Noel Emzin (Qld)
1998                              Steve Clark (Tas)
1999                              Mick Brown (VC)
2000                              Ralph Hopstee (WA)
2001                              Paul Reball (Qld)
2002                              Ricky Holt (ACT)
2003                              Graham Harris (SA)
2004                              Graham Harris (SA)
2005                              Doug Ward (Qld)
2006                              Ricky Norquay (Tas)
2007                              Andrew Kohlvusch (NSW)
2008                              Peter Vaughan (VM)


                                  Dropkick Championships
                                  Masterules (40-45 Years)




                           1990   Tim Sandford (WA)
                           1991   Bruce Kuchel (SA)
                           1992   Laurie Tognolini (WA)
                           1993   Kerry Viney (Tas)
                           1994   Mick Graham (NT)
1995   Craig Davis (NSW)
1996   Bruce Tschirpig (WA)
1997   Roy Baehnisch (NT)
1998   Roy Baehnisch (NT)
1999   Lee Forrester (SA)
2000   Peter Brain (VC)
2001   Steve Robbins (Qld)
2002   Mark Hoffert (ACT)
2003   Tas Strong (Tas)
2004   Peter Spriggs (NSW)
2005   Wayne Tyquin (VC)
2006   Eric Bowman (ACT)
2007   Peter Spriggs (NSW)
2008   Russ King (VM)
             Sprint Championships                                Sprint Championships
             Masterules (40-45 Years)                  75 Metres Seniors (45-50 Years)


             1986
             1987
             1988
             1989
             1990
             1991
             1992
             1993
             1994
             1995                                                ##
             1996                                                ##
             1997                                                ##
             1998                                                ##
             1999                                                ##
             2000                                                ##
             2001                                                ##
             2002                                                ##
             2003                                                ##
             2004                                                ##
             2005                                                ##
             2006                                                ##
             2007                                                ##
             2008                                                ##


 pionships
-45 Years)




                                        1990   62.1m
                                        1991   53.6m
                                        1992   55.5m
                                        1993   58.8m
                                        1994   55.1m
1995   61.2m   ##
1996   49.3m   ##
1997   49.0m   ##
1998   54.2m   ##
1999   58.2m   ##
2000   56.4m   ##
2001   56.5m   ##
2002   49.4m   ##
2003   52.0m   ##
2004   55.9m   ##
2005   57.1m   ##
2006   57.0m   ##
2007   56.9m   ##
2008   48.4m   ##
Sprint Championships         Sprint Championships
Seniors (45-50 Years)        Masterules (40-45 Years)          75 Metres


                             1986
                             1987
                             1988
                             1989
                             1990
                             1991
                             1992
                             1993
                             1994
   Russel Brewer (Qld)       1995
   Alan Morris (NSW)         1996
   Joe Tassone (WA           1997
   Ric Svanberg (Qld)        1998
   Alan Sculthorpe (Tas)     1999
   Alan Sculthorpe (Tas)     2000
   Alan Sculthorpe (Tas)     2001
   M Brown (VM)              2002
   Robert Dawson (SA)        2003
   Ross Wall (SA)            2004
   Graham Harris (SA)        2005
   Graham Harris (SA)        2006
   Graham Harris (SA)        2007
   Graham Harris (SA)        2008


   Dropkick Championships
     Seniors (45-50 Years)




                                                        1990
                                                        1991
                                                        1992
                                                        1993
                                                        1994
Jeff Hankins (VC)   1995   53.1m
Ron Fenton (NSW)    1996   48.6m
Jeff Hawkins (VC)   1997   43.5m
Jeff Hawke (VC)     1998   45.2m
Ken Pense (WA)      1999   47.4m
Gary Conway (VM)    2000   56.5m
Noel Doody (VC)     2001   54.3m
Peter Hams (WA]     2002   46.3m
Don Dykes (Tas)     2003   53.9m
Don Dykes (Tas)     2004   54.8m
Mark Hope (NSW)     2005   48.6m
Dave Watson (SA)    2006   54.3m
Mark Flavel (SA)    2007   51.8m
Greg Smith (NT)     2008   45.1m
Sprint Championships       Sprint Championships
                                                 75
SuperSeniors (50-55 Years) Masterules (40-45 Years) Metres


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##   Barry Edwards (Tas)   ###
##   Barry Edwards (Tas)   ###
##   Bruce Cornish (NSW)   ###
##   Chris Lyndon (NT)     ###
##   Robert Dawson (SA)    ###
##   Noel Waterman (Qld)   ###
##   Mark Petalas (VM)     ###
##   Mark Petalas (VM)     ###


   Dropkick Championships
  SuperSeniors (50-55 Years)




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##   Ron Winfield (WA)     ###   51.7m
##   Gary Conway (VM)      ###   50.0m
##   Ron Winfield (WA)     ###   44.7m
##   Peter Parsons (Tas)   ###   46.45m
##   Alan Stilsby (VM)     ###   50.7m
##   Ross McGorman (NT)    ###   47.5m
##   Peter Alison (Tas)    ###   45.1m
##   Kim Cowan (NT)        ###   48.8m
##   Steve Rechner (SA)    ###   49.1m
                         50 Metres




John Lamb (ACT)
John Lamb (ACT)
John Lamb (ACT)


Dropkick Championships
Veterans (55+ Years)
Roscoe McGorman    46.35m
Kerry O'Callagan   41.6m
National Carnival Winners

                        Superules                                 Masterules
Year/Venue        Division 1           Division 2            Division 1               Division 2
1983 - Melbourne Tasmania
1984 - Darwin     Northern Territory
1985 - Hobart     Tasmania
1986 - Perth      Victoria Metro
1987 - Brisbane   Western Australia                       Informal
1988 - Adelaide   South Australia                         Informal
1989 - Canberra   Victoria Metro       Victoria Country   Victoria Country
1990 - Melbourne Victoria Metro        Victoria Country   Victoria Country
1991 - Darwin     Western Australia    Northern Territory Western Australia
1992 - Gold Coast Victoria Metro       Queensland         Queensland
1993 - Hobart     Tasmania             Victoria Country   Victoria Metro
1994 - Perth      Western Australia    Northern Territory Western Australia
1995 - Sydney     Tasmania             New South Wales New South Wales
1996 - Adelaide   South Australia      Victoria Metro     South Australia             Northern Territory
1997 - Geelong    Victoria Metro       Victoria Country   Tasmania                    Victoria Metro
1998 - Canberra   Tasmania             ACT                Tasmania                    ACT
1999 - Darwin     Tasmania             Queensland         Queensland                  South Australia
2000 - Hobart     Victoria Metro       NT/Qld Combined Tasmania                       ACT
2001 - Gold Coast Victoria Metro       Victoria Country   Tasmania                    Victoria Metro
2002 - Melbourne Victoria Metro        South Australia    Victoria Metro              ACT
2003 - Perth      Western Australia    South Australia    Tasmania                    Queensland
2004 - Cairns     Tasmania             South Australia    Tasmania                    South Australia
2005 - Adelaide   Tasmania             Western Australia South Australia              South Australia
                  Victoria Metro
2006 - Maroochydore                    South Australia    Queensland                  Victoria Country
2007 - Sydney     Victoria Metro       ACT                Tasmania                    Western Australia




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     Seniorules                                              Super Seniors
Division 1          Division 2         Division 3            Division 1               Division 2




Informal
Informal
Informal
Informal
Victoria Country
Victoria Metro
Victoria Country
Victoria Metro
Tasmania
Queensland          Northern Territory                       Informal
Victoria Metro      South Australia                          Informal
South Australia     Tasmania                                 Victoria Metro
Victoria Metro      NSW/ACT                                  Victoria Metro           Victoria Metro
South Australia     South Australia    Western Australia     Victoria Metro           Queensland
Tasmania            Western Australia                        South Australia          Western Australia
Western Australia   Queensland                               South Australia          Victoria Country




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Veterans




Victoria Metro




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