Simmons-Bliss Appointed as Inaugural Hornets QWAFL Senior Coach

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The Aspley Hornets Australian Football & Sporting Club is pleased to announce that Jacob Simmons-Bliss has been appointed as the Club’s inaugural QWAFL Senior Coach. The 2014 QWAFL Senior Coach of the Year winner and current Aspley Hornets QWFA Division 1 Premiership winning Senior Coach boasts an extensive track record of strong leadership, football program

NEAFL Head Coach Vacancy

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The Aspley Hornets AFC is one of ten Australian Football League clubs playing within the Second Tier National NEAFL competition. The Club has a proud and rich history that has been the hallmark of its existence since 1964. The club has nine Senior teams and over 480 junior players with its NEAFL team representing all

QWFA Presentation Night

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Last Friday night the Aspley Hornets held the Club’s 2018 QWFA Best & Fairest Vote Count & Awards Dinner. Clearly ecstatic Club President, Dale Sherwood, commenced the evening’s proceedings announcing to the crowd that AFL Queensland had advised the Club that the Aspley Hornets QWAFL license bid had been accepted with the Hornets entering the

Reece Toye Reaches 150 NEAFL Games

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Despite being a lifelong Aspley Hornet, Reece Toye still flies under the radar at Graham Road, with his higher-profile teammates often grabbing the limelight. On the eve of one of the biggest games in Hornets history, Toye perhaps thought he might be able to continue to avoid the headlines, but joining a group only two

Aspley Hornets Win QWFA Div 1 Premiership

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An opening half blitz paved the way for Aspley’s QWFA Division 1 Premiership win at Yeronga yesterday, as the Hornets withstood a gallant Coorparoo comeback. The Hornets started the game as the far better side and asserted their dominance on the scoreboard, managing to hold off the Kings in the second half to produce the

ASPLEY HORNETS REPRESENT QUEENSLAND

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Aspley Hornets U12 boys Calen “Scrubber” Harrop  & Lachie O’Dwyer have just returned from the School Sports National AFL carnival in Canberra. They played all state & territory teams across the first 4 days then the teams were split based on their win loss ratio. After the initial rounds the Queenslanders made pool A and