AFL Announcement regarding the 2020 NEAFL season

The Aspley Hornets Australian Football and Sporting Club Ltd would like to advise all of its members and invested stakeholders about the NEAFL 2020 season. Today the AFL has formally announced that this years NEAFL competition will not proceed. The impact of COVID-19 on all AFL competitions has created numerous challenges for clubs. Thankfully many


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Last week the AFL outlined the restarting of the elite competition. Following on from that we have received an update from AFLQ about the process for the return of community football this year.  Below is a summary of this and you can read the full article here: Please be aware that the Aspley Hornets

A Football and Club Update from Aspley Hornets

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A Football and Club Update from Aspley Hornets March 18, 2020 Here’s the latest from the Aspley Hornets in regards to the football program and also the Licenced club following announcements from our sporting codes and the Federal government.   Football Update: AFL Queensland announced yesterday, March 17, that all Community Football including Auskick will

Training Suspended at Aspley Hornets

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After careful consideration of the current situation surround the Covid-19 situation, the Board of the Aspley Hornets Football & Sporting Club has decided to temporarily suspend all training for all our teams until we receive further advice from AFLQ. We believe our duty lies in ensuring the ongoing health and wellbeing of all our members

Football Update from the Aspley Hornets

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To all our members, players and their families. We wanted to make sure you knew how the Aspley Hornets is managing the Covid-19 situation. The club management and board are continuously monitoring and keeping abreast of any direction from the Government, AFL and World Health organisation. We are currently awaiting a direction in regards to the

Northside Chronicle Story


High Performance is a Goal ASPIRATIONAL footballers have the opportunity to make it through to the highest level in the sport through a new initiative at Aspley Hornets Football Club. The club has started the Hornets High Performance Program which aims to help footballers achieve their potential. Football operations coordinator Matthew Argus said the initiative

Aspley Hornets Volunteers 2020


ASPLEY HORNETS VOLUNTEERS 2020 Volunteers are the lifeblood of sporting clubs and their unheralded support ensures that our local kids get the chance to enjoy AFL at the Hornets each year. Their passion and dedication is unparalleled regardless of whether they coach a junior team on weekends, keep the canteen up and running, be a