Auskick gives boys and girls the opportunity to learn basic AFL skills and participate in a team sport in a supportive and friendly environment. It is non-contact, non-competitive and played with modified rules. The emphasis is on participation and developing team spirit.

The game is played in 12-minute thirds. Players are rotated around the field, to ensure everyone has equal opportunity to play forward, in the centre, and in defence. Age group is determined by a player’s age at 1 January. See the AFL Rules section of this website for further information on Auskick rules.

Match reports and news:     Drummoyne Power blog

The primary contact for Auskick is the Drummoyne Power Auskick Coordinator, Penny Langman.

The draw will be published here, once it becomes available.

Please check the draw regularly. If the venue changes, or you receive conflicting information about the venue, the online draw is considered the ‘source of truth’.

Wet weather

AFL is a winter sport. Training will be cancelled only if the ground is closed by the Council, or conditions are unsafe (lightning/hail/strong winds).

The Council’s decision on whether to close the ground is made on the state of the oval and not on whether it is actually raining on any particular day. On weekdays, Drummoyne Power is usually notified of ground closures by about 2pm, and we aim to notify the club via Facebook and Twitter as soon as possible.

On game day, the Wet Weather Check website is the first to be updated with information on ground closures. While we will also make announcements on social media and contact managers, this is updated first. The decision to cancel a game is only ever made by the President or Ground Manager of the home club – never by individual teams.