MJFC Girls Footy
Founding members of the Girls NFNL. MJFC offer three AFL Rules based sporting programs for girls aged 4 – 18.
Competition based AFL Rules football for girls aged 8 - 12 years of age. Girls can play in mixed boys & girls teams or female only teams with their mates.
Girls aged 13 - 18 years. Single gender competition of mixed grading to match individual skills & abilities. Girls play in teams with their mates. Development pathways open up for more serious players. Click here for more details.
Girls Footy @ MJFC
MJFC are a founding member of the NFNL girls footy program. In 2020 we continue that tradition by proudly offering your daughter the choice of three award winning program streams to help her be all she can be.
MJFC are proud to offer your child a safe and fun learning environment to help their development.
We look forward to welcoming back returning players and warmly welcome new players and their families back to MJFC in 2020.
2019 NFNL Club Of The Year
MJFC Football Director
MJFC are very honoured and proud to have Ross Henshaw, x2 times North Melbourne Premership Player as our Football Director.
Ross brings a wealth of experience to MJFC.
Ross acts as a Mentor to our Girl Coaches. He helps the Coaches with different training drills and has created a development pathway for female players that want the next level challenge from their footy.
MJFC Award Winning Coaches
MJFC are very humbled and appreciative to have the support of multiple award winning coaches in our Junior Girls Footy Program. Thank you to all our coaches and parents for helping to make our football programs so successful.
MJFC Girls Footy in 2021
MJFC are proud to offer a range of age groups in 2020.
Registrations are now open and at this stage we are really excited to offer the following team lists.
Girls under 10, 4.30 – 5.30pm Thursday @ Petrie Park – 6th February onwards
Girls under 12, 4.00 – 5.00 Thursday @ Petrie Park – 20th February onwards
Girls under 14, 4.45 -5.45 Wed @ Poulter Reserve – 5th February onwards
Girls under 16, 4.30 – 5.30 Friday @ Poulter Reserve – 14th February onwards
Girls under 18 & Senior women, 6.00 – 7.00pm Wed @ Poulter Reserve – 5th February onwards
Frequently Asked Questions
Auskick in 2020 is $91 (inc GST).
NFNL registration in 2020 is
First Child: $265 plus $25 NFNL levy ($290 inc GST AND match fees).
Second Child: $190 plus $25 NFNL levy ($215 inc GST AND match fees).
Third Child: $130 plus $25 NFNL levy ($155 inc GST AND match fees).
Four or more siblings: FREE ($0) plus $25 NFNL levy ($25 inc GST AND match fees).
The $290 fee is a one time all-inclusive fee. This includes match fees and any first-aid needs.
There are no other ongoing fees.
Your fees cover:
All NFNL associated costs
Official MJFC & NFNL Club playing jumper
Weekly match fees
Weekly umpire payments
Coaching safety equipment
Coaching training courses
Medic training courses
City of Banyule Council charges
Ground maintenance fees
Training light tower fees
Club house maintenance fees
MJFC Administration fees and club running costs
In order to maximise child participation in the game, different age groups have different amounts of players on the field.
Junior Boys – Under 9’s
15 players on the ground, team maximum is 20 children.
Junior Boys – under 10’s – under 17’s
18 players on the ground, with a maximum of 6 on the bench.
Players in teams u10 – u17’s can play in older age groups to help out in cases of injuries or if families go away.
There is a strong chance that the answer is YES!
MJFC try to encourage fun, friendships and team development and because there are 15 – 22 players in a team there is an excellent chance that your child can play with his friends.
Please note though, that many older age groups including Youth Boys are played to a high standard and player safety must be considered before a final decision is made.
Different teams have different training nights and this may come into consideration as well.
On match day your child will need:
NFNL & MJFC playing jumper
NFNL official game day socks (short or long length)
NFNL & MJFC official game day shorts. Home is black and away is white.
Please note that the game day shorts & socks are available via the uniform shop.
Mouth guards are compulsory on game day, optional for training.
Footy boots are compulsory on game day, optional for training.
Game day water bottles are provided by the club.
Training sessions are usually once per week and go for around 60 minutes each time.
Times vary depending on the team, the coach and the ground availability. They are usually after school between 4pm – 7.30 pm Monday to Friday.
Full details are listed below under each team age group.
Participation is the key with training so children only need to bring their water bottle and a desire to have fun and develop their skills.
Mouthguards are optional for training (although recommended for higher grades).
Footyboots are optional for training.
Our home grounds at MJFC are
- Simms Road Oval, Montmorency
- Para Road Oval (North), Montmorency
- Para Road Oval (South)Montmorency
- Petrie Park Oval, Montmorency
- Central Road Oval, Greensborough
- Poulter Reserve, Greensborough
All training sessions at MJFC are held at the same location each week.
Training sessions are listed below under each team age group.
MJFC takes their committment to player safely very seriously. Each match has a parent volunteer as the Team Medic. This person has a Level 1 First Aid qualification (minimum).
It is MJFC club policy that all children with Asthma must have their puffers with them before they can take to the field.
For player safety reasons we have a strict “No puffer = No play” policy. We thank all parents and players in advance for your cooperation on this important matter.
If your child has other medical needs please speak to the MJFC Club Medic who can work out a plan so that your child can participate and have fun safety with their friends.
The MJFC Medical Officer’s email is – firstname.lastname@example.org
Each team will be allocated a Team Manager. MJFC will give the Team Manager the contact details of either one or both parents so that you can be kept informed of all upcoming matches.
Information is also available via SportsTG Website and Team App website (& app).
If you would like to volunteer as the Team Manager, please click here.
The answer to this is both yes and no.
NFNL is a graded competition and we try to match payers with team mates of a similar ability and then put the team in a grading that is a good fit for everyone.
U9 and U10 do not keep official match scores. The focus is on participation, fun and skills development. The Gameday Scorekeeper keeps track of official score and then submits the result to the NFNL to make grading adjustments as required.
U11 – U18 play a full graded competition with active scoreboard. Players on the ground and spectators in the grandstands will all know the current score during all stages of the game.
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Learn The MJFC Song
MJFC Club Song
(Sung to the tune of “The Road To Gundagi”)
We’re A Team
What A Team
We’re The Best You’ve Ever Seen
We Are The Boys / Girls From Magpie Land
While The Other Teams Are Trying
We’ll Have That Flag A Flying
Down Montmorency Way
We’re A Team In The Finals
That’s Where We Will Be
Leaving Other Teams Behind Us
Amazed At Our Speed
Black And White Is Our Pride
And We’ll Battle Side by Side
We Are The Boys / Girls From Magpie Land