Bruny9s

AFL 9s MASTERS
9-a-side Fun
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THE GAME      
FOR EVERYONE       
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See AFL 9s SITE
INFORMAL GAMES - All Welcome
Summer - Mondays
at FLEMING PARK, Albert Street, East Brunswick Contact: Kevin Walker 0457 002 775
- RULE MODIFICATIONS - BLOKES GAMES:
Small Ground, 100m x 60m Oval
Tagged after Prior opportunity = Holding the Ball
Tagged with NO Prior opportunity = 1 sec to play ball
Scores only when kicked from within 35m
Excessive Force - Free Kick Against
OOB - Free Kick against Last Player to touch ball
In the spirit of everyone gets a decent run, we put all players on the ground, in 333, 343, 434 or 444 formations
for the 3 zones on a 100x60m field.
Recently, this Bruny9s form of play has become so popular that when there are more than 12 a-side, we use t
he whole oval (approx 150x120m), but it's still low impact and fun footy.
AFL9s is the AFL's alternative gentler version of the game,
made for everyone to enjoy.
See AFL9s Website
It has been developed so that all Australian football enthusiasts
- and those new to the game - can play matches that parallel the
traditional game.

Introduction: AFL 9s is easier to play, less physically
demanding and provides an environment whereby participation,
enjoyment and safety are a priority.

AFL 9s can be played in community competitions, schools
and overseas with people of all ages and ability levels
to participate in male, female or mixed teams as
determined by the individual competition.

NUMBERS: Two teams of nine (9) with interchange players.
FIELD: max 100 metres (modified for age/ability of players),
and is divided into three zones, a mid zone and two scoring zones.
SCORING: By designated forwards only (or no restriction version).
MARKING/FREES: A mark is awarded whatever distance the ball travels
and if the ball hits the ground it is an automatic turnover
This turnover rule may be modified to second bounce in selected competitions.
TACKLING: restricted tackling (junior rules) is available in the contact version comps,
- OR - TOUCH: Less vigorous SOCIAL format (one handed or optional two-handed TOUCH)
- OR - TAG: by the removal of a TAG that each player wears.
REGULATIONS
TACKLE version RULES

See AFL9s Website
TOUCH and TAG Versions