Sunday, June 15, 2014


Action from Round 1 of Women's AFL Quebec
The NDG Devils have outlasted the Plateau Eagles to record the opening 4 premiership points of the 2014 Women's AFL Quebec Championship Season.

Under blue skies at Parc Cluny, Laval, the future of women's footy in the belle province looked just as bright as both teams played out an enthralling match of football. The Devils set up the victory with 6 goals to 1 in the first half, eventually running out 41 point victors.

The women's schedule sees the flagship Montreal Angels head to Boston this coming weekend to take on the Lady Magpies and Lady Demons before returning home and preparing for Women's AFL Quebec at Parc Cluny, Laval on July 6th.

Full Match report to come shortly.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


Wednesday the 11th of June played host to the inaugural AFL Quebec Women's draft where the abundance of female Aussie Rules talent in Montreal was formally registered into the two new domestic teams: the Plateau Eagles and the N.D.G Devils.

Paul Fairbrother was revealed as head coach of the Eagles, the AFL Quebec icon bringing with him a huge resume of success in Quebec Australian Football. Dan Robinson took the helm of the Devils, his current success with the West Island Wooders men's squad a sure sign that women's footy is in great hands for season 2014.