Central Australian Football League

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Central Australian Football League match at Traeger Park, Alice Springs

The Central Australian Football League is an Australian rules football competition operating out of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, Australia.

The CAFL organises the annual Ngurratjuta Town Vs Country Challenge event and local Rec Footy competitions.

It is notable for producing VFL/AFL players such as Darryl White, Joel Bowden and Liam Jurrah.

The home of the CAFL is Traeger Park.

Current Clubs[edit]


2012 Ladder[edit]

Central Australian Wins Byes Losses Draws For Against % Pts
Federals 8 0 1 0 917 400 229.25% 32
Pioneers 8 0 1 0 907 495 183.23% 32
Rovers 6 0 3 0 932 437 213.27% 24
Anmatjere 5 0 3 1 644 730 88.22% 22
South Alice 5 0 4 0 773 507 152.47% 20
Ltyentye Apurte 5 0 4 0 797 634 125.71% 20
Western Aranda 4 0 5 0 691 725 95.31% 16
West Alice 2 0 6 1 433 1020 42.45% 10
Areyonga 1 0 8 0 415 996 41.67% 4
Macdonnell Districts 0 0 9 0 386 951 40.59% 0

FINALS

Final Team G B Pts Team G B Pts
Elimination Anmatjere 16 11 107 South Alice 15 13 103
Qualifying Rovers 8 11 59 Pioneers 7 15 57
1st Semi Anmatjere 17 10 112 Pioneers 14 9 93
2nd Semi Federals 10 7 67 Rovers 5 18 48
Preliminary Rovers 14 13 97 Anmatjere 9 6 60
Grand Rovers 18 7 115 Federals 11 8 74

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