We offer Men's (16+), Women's (16+) and Under 19's (15- 19) gridiron competitions under NCAA rules.
We have 13 gridiron clubs
spread throughout the Melbourne metro
area, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Gippsland & Pakenham.
Please be advised that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has released the World Anti-Doping Code 2011 Prohibited List, which will come into effect on 1 January 2011.
To give you a chance to familiarise yourself with the list, WADA has published it on their website http://www.wada-ama.org/en/World-Anti-Doping-Program/Sports-and-Anti-Do
ping-Organizations/International-Standards/Prohibited-List/ along with a summary of major modifications and details on the 2011 monitoring program.
ASADA encourages you to ensure that your state organisations, athletes, team managers, medical officials and other support persons are aware of the new list, and remind athletes it is their responsibility to check the status of any medication or substance prior to use.
Athletes can re-check the status of their medications at any time by referring to the Check Your Substances tool https://checksubstances.asada.gov.au/ on the ASADA website. The Check Your Substances tool https://checksubstances.asada.gov.au/ will be updated to reflect the 2011 changes on 23 December 2010.
Gridiron Victoria is inviting applications for the next Jr. State Team Head Coach to lead the Eagles into the 2011 Nationals campaign in Sydney.
Applicants must have as a minimum, Level 2 trainee status. Applications close Nov 8.
Please submit all applications to the GV Secretary at email@example.com
Photos from Vic Bowl XXVI where the Monash Warriors defeated the Bay City Buccaneers 23-14 in front of a massive crowd at Ranger Field in Croydon.
Thanks to Barend van den Hoek who took these fantastic photographs on the day. Click each thumbnail to view a larger version.
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The Monash Warriors have won their 3rd straight Vic Bowl with a 23-14 victory over the Bay City Buccaneers.
In front of a massive crowd at Ranger Field in Croydon, both teams wrestled for the upper hand with only 2 points separating them into the final term.
But the Warriors proved too strong powering into the endzone to secure the win.
Congratulations to all teams on a fantastic 2010 season and we look forward to the junior program kicking off in a few weeks.
In February 2010, Gridiron Victoria President Dan Levin sat down with Myf Warhust on ABC Radio to discuss the upcoming GV season and the sport of American Football in Australia.
Click to download the mp3 below (3.5mb)
Feb 2010 ABC Radio interview – Myf Warhurst & GV President Dan Levin