Sunday, October 13, 2013


Angels 2013 Nationals Squad. Photo: Rob Colburn 
The Edmonton Emus have clinched the 2013 Women's National Title defeating the Calgary Kookaburras in Ottawa Sunday. For the Angels a heartbreaking 3 point loss to the Etobicoke Kangaroos in their last pool game relegated the team to a 5th place play-off against the Ottawa Lady Swans. Despite a fantastic effort from the Angels, the Ladies from the nation's capital proved too strong taking the win and consigning the Angels to 6th place overall.
Finals Standings:

1. Edmonton Emus (National Champions)
2. Calgary Kookaburras
3. Hamilton Wildcats
4. Etobicoke Kangaroos
5. Ottawa Swans
6. Montreal Angels
7. Toronto Central Blues
8. High Park Demons 

Saturday, October 12, 2013


Angel Kate Allbon Sargeant v Demons. Photo: Rob Colburn
It was an action packed first day at the Canadian Women's Nationals Saturday in Ottawa. The Angels split their results with a solid first up victory against the High Park Lady Demons before falling to the Edmonton Emus later in the day. Sister club the Ottawa Lady Swans were pipped twice, losing both their matches by 2 points. With the Edmonton Emus already locked in for a place in the final, Sunday's match-up between the Hamilton Wildcats and Calgary Kookaburras will determine their opponent.

The 8 teams are split into 2 pools, the teams that finish first in each playing off for the cup. The second placed teams will contest a playoff match for 3rd, third placed teams for 5th, and finally the bottom placed teams will fight out for 7th.

Sunday's prospects: It means a win for the Angels Sunday will see them finish second and play the loser of the Wildcats v Kookaburras match. A loss will see the Angels finish third and face a playoff for fifth against Ottawa provided the Swans can take the points over the Blues.

Results: Pool A - Emus 32 def. Roos 2, Angels 29 def. Demons 0, Roos 44 def Demons 7, Emus 49 def. Angels 0.

Pool B - Wildcats 29 def. Swans 27, Kookas 24 def. Blues 8, Kookas 33 def. Swans 31, Wildcats 48 def. Blues 0.


The Montreal Angels will contest the 2013 Canadian Women's Australian Football National Titles this weekend in Ottawa. Along with seven other teams the gruelling tournament will be played out over two days, the Angels taking a squad of close to twenty to the prestigious event.

Aimee Legault will continue her role as head coach having orchestrated several punishing victories over both Boston and New York in the lead up to the championships.

First held in Alberta in 2009, Quebec won the right to host the 2010 Championship and pulled off a major upset when the Angels defeated the highly fancied Edmonton Emus in the final. After two years in recess the championship is back bigger than ever with 8 teams from three provinces competing. For more information on the Angels quest for their second National title visit