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KL Challenge 2012 - Gaelic Footy

NewsThis weekend, 10-Mar-12, Gaelic KL Challenge

Where: Bukit Kiara Equestrian Park
When: 11am kickoff (finish around 3pm)

Beers after. So Warriors let the coach know if you can play.
This is right in the middle of KL (between Bangsar and Mont Kiara) so if you are not playing but looking for something to do then head down to the ground and spectate/have a beer.

31st March - Warriors tour Cambodia, email tour manager snakes if your coming

21st April - Warriors Jersey Auction at Havana

International Rules 2012 - Game 1

Match ReportsThe season began the way it ended in 2011, with bright sunshine and a perfect pitch to battle the Irish on. After a mild flurry in midfield, the Warriors eventually burst forward and B.Simpson registered a point from his shot on goal. The Irish pressed their luck forward, only to be denied by P.Harrap's fine marking. A second effort forward was brilliantly intercepted by A.Kaminsky who sent the Warriors deep but P.Woods only managed an over. The Warriors proved adept again, thanks to M.Coombes's strong marking. His link-up with the on-ballers resulted in N.Buma marking strongly and then a handball off to J.Flanagan who managed a close-range under to the elation of the crowd. Kaminsky and J.Wardrop continued to keep the Irish at bay and helped turned the ball over to the forward line with the help of newcomer S.Job. Flanagan, blatantly held by his man, had a free given directly out in front but sprayed it for a point instead. Galvanised, the Irish produced a fine onslaught that saw the ball carry deep. Despite continued dogged defending by the likes B.Simpson (scrounging the packs like a hungry stray) and the deceptively quick Buma, the ball spilled and an Irish forward ran one-on-one towards goal. Only a brilliant deflection by keeper J.Winter kept it out of the back of the net. Thrilling, but still too close for comfort.

First Quarter Warriors: to Irish

2012 International Rules - Game 1

Malaysian Warriors (AFL) Vs Orang Eire (Gaelic)

Where: Nexus School - Putra Jaya
When: Saturday 3rd of March, 3pm (Players get there early)

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Charity Golf Day

NewsThanks to the sponsors and 130 golfers that turned up for the event and made the Warrior's charity golf day a success. Final payments are being made and totals calculated but we are expecting to be able to make a sizeable contribution to the charity over the coming weeks. President/Organizers will make formal announcements shortly.

Sponsors Night 2012 - Jumper Auction

NewsWhen: 21st April 2012 5:00pm Start
Where: Upstairs at Havana (Changkat Bukit Bintang)

Special Guests
Food and Drinks

AFL on the screens

And an oportunity to purchase a jumper from the new Warriors playing strip.

2012 Charity Golf Day 25-Feb-2012

NewsThe Warriors Charity Golf Day is again being held this year and for anyone that has attended previous golf days (or warrior events) you know this will be a fun day out on the course for players of any skill level.

The charity chosen for this years event is Birthright.

We are currently looking for players and sponsors (big or small) so if you have a group of mates who like to have a swing or want to contribute to the success of the event in another way then please contact the warriors.

Registration forms and more information on sponsorship and Birthright (the charity) are linked below.

Location: Bukit Unggul
Date: 25 Feburary 2012

2012 Golf Day Documents

Traning 28-Jan-2012

NewsThe 1st training session for 2012 will be this saturday so get down to the cobra club for a run and a kick .. and possibly an Australia day drink at the club afterwards.

Date: 28-Jan-2012
Time: 3pm (sharp)
Location: Cobra Club - Astake Sports Field

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2012 is HERE

NewsThe 2012 season is almost upon us and ....

Upcoming Dates:

28-Jan is the proposed 1st training day
25-Feb will be the charity golf day

More information to follow.

Australia Network Broadcast Rights

NewsSome good news for AFL fans in Asia ...

"Yesterday, the Australian Government announced that the ABC will have permanent responsibility for delivering Australia's international television service, Australia Network.

An assured future for Australia Network with the ABC means we will now be able to develop an integrated, cross-platform content offer for overseas markets. In a fiercely competitive and crowded global market for broadcasting, this will make it easier for audiences to find and use our services in a format that best suits their particular needs at any given time.

We will continue to provide the very best of high quality Australian content - children's programming, education, lifestyle, culture and world class documentaries as well as calling on our extensive international news resources to report from the region, to the region - across all platforms.

We thank you for your support and we hope you continue to enjoy viewing Australia Network.

Bruce Dover"

International Rules - Game 5

Match ReportsForget the Frogs and the Kiwis, the weekend’s Battle Royale belonged to the Warriors and the Orang Eire as they wrestled for the Finnegans Cup in the Desa Park City-hosted decider. Played out in sunny finals-like weather, the first quarter was an initial midfield slugfest that saw both sides trade overs like heavyweights going into a final round. Only J.Flanagan’s close range goal from an exciting run of play made the difference, as the Warriors took advantage of their superior handballing style. Still, the Irish were as dogged in defence as ever, forcing several chances to go wide of the verticals late in the quarter.

First Quarter to

The second quarter was more lucid as the midfields went for broke, but it was the Warriors’ forward line that had more bite. Flanagan managed another over from running play and then hooked up with S.McDonough for a one-two handball which spilled to the ground. Flanagan beat the keeper who rushed out to collect and lobbed the ball over his head and into the net for a sublime goal. The Irish responded almost immediately from the centre bounce with an over but the Warriors continued to press on in the forward line and produced another goal within minutes. Once again the Irish response only yielded an over. The Warriors were proving tighter than a Jewish banker in defence, with Beasley, Holborne and Wardrop mopping up the turnovers while Coombes and ‘Snakes’ Kaminsky combined every time the ball spilled from a contest. The Warriors could’ve piled on more misery if not for a missed chance from Wardrop and then Kaminsky spraying wide. The latter made up for it minutes later with an over and back in defence a crucial block by J.Drummond frustrated the Irish just as the ump called for the main break.

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AFL Training - Week 41 (and final training) - Training at Cobra

NewsA message from the Prez ...


Calendar updates are last weekend was postponed and the navy cancelled. So last training session for 2011. make it down for a kick.

15th October – 3pm - Regular Training at Cobra Club. Cobra Training Ground PJ
We need to ramp up the fitness as this is our grand final boys. we have come from a miraculous 2-0 down with the chance to take the series 3-2. I can't begin to talk about how the warriors felt as we had lost the last two last year to lose the series. Then losing two more this year it was a four game losing streak there was no turning it around. So lets grab the opportunity as people will only remember whats spelt out on the finegans cup as that years victors. So get to training and do some fitness in the week and eat greens cooked outside of butter and garlic..

16th October - 4pm - Sunday the Wallabies take on the All Blacks. Out Of Africa Bar
Shall be huge. Rugby doesn't get much better than the weekend. A huge game on sunday so we have nominated the Pub "Out of Africa" in PJ for the event. great atmosphere and a olympic pool for the kids. There will be a shooting range with live kiwis, cattle dog herding of sheep from the nz homestead to the paddock, and a live replay of manly beating auckland in the NRL. come down for a beer.

22nd October – 5th International Rules Game – Warriors Vs Gaelic. Then the International fules Vs irish next weekend. Desapark Sports Centre. As mentioned above it will be huge.

12/19th (TBA) November – Warriors Presentation Night. We have a huge day planned for the family here. Looking forward to getting the men and wags together and celebrate the year that has been. awards for best and fairest, rookie of the year, tallest warrior, shortest warrior will only be revealed on the night.

life be in it.

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