Top Indigenous players sweep into Broome

February 1, 2017

A who’s who of Indigenous footy stars will be in Broome for a four-day camp beginning today (February 1). Fifty-five players from clubs around Australia are gathering in the northern West Australian town to bond […]

Ella’s war of words with Cheika kicks off again

December 21, 2016

Rugby union great Glen Ella says he doesn’t want Wallabies coach Michael Cheika’s job. Ella was backs coach for the England team when it toured Australia this year, but told the National Indigenous Times he’s not […]

Deek on the seek for new generation of runners

December 1, 2016

Marathon great Robert de Castella is looking for his new squad of Indigenous runners to tackle the iconic New York Marathon. De Castella’s Indigenous Marathon Foundation announced this week that applications are now open for […]

Nowra hosts feast of football

November 23, 2016

Mobs from around the country converged on Nowra this month to compete and celebrate grassroots football. It was grassroots football of the round ball kind at its finest – energetic, enthusiastic, passionate and skilled. The […]

Blowing the whistle on AFL and free kicks for Vics

November 17, 2016

As early as 1980, the East Perth Football Club applied to join the Victorian Football League (VFL). A year or so later, the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) approved a composite club application to […]

Not everyone’s a fan of females on the footy field

October 27, 2016

What is the fundamental difference between men and women? Science (and observation) says that muscle mass and body composition are the two key differences between the sexes – men are (generally) bigger, faster, stronger. “Hence, it […]

Mark Ella’s top five for the Koori Knockout

September 27, 2016

Rugby Union great Mark Ella isn’t placing any bets on who will win this year’s hotly-contested Koori Knockout. The Knockout, billed as one of the biggest Indigenous sporting events in the world, is on this […]

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