AFL Vanuatu Pikinini Kik Progam

The AFL Pikinini Kik Program provides boys and girls with a fun and safe Australian Football experience that serves as an introduction to the sport of Australian Rules Football and also aiming to promote a healthy lifestyle and a lifetime of association with the game of AFL.

AFL Vanuatu is starting an 8 week program for children aged 5 to 15 years.

This program will be based at Kazza field (Korman) starting from 2nd April to 14th May 2016.

Children involved in the program will register for only 1,500vt per child, which will include 1 hour Pikinini Kik trainings, that is from 8:30 – 9:30AM every Saturday, and a Pikinini Kik pack with a certificate at the end of the training.

More than 60 Pikininis registered on Saturday 19th March for the program at the Kazza Field (Korman). This has showed that AFL in Vanuatu is growing fast with its new development program that attracts many young people including children who are interested in the programs. Even though there was rain, 60 plus kids pop in at the Kazza filed on Saturday 19th March for the Pikinini Kik program.

Registration is still open until next month when the programs kick off.

AFL Vanuatu is asking any interested parents to bring their kids down to Kazza Field (Korman) this Saturday to register and take part in the program.




Vanuatu Volcanoes versus Concordia College

One of the highlights of our 2015 AFL Festival was the exhibition game between Vanuatu Volcanoes and Concordia College (Adelaide).

Concordia having the advantage of playing together as a team during the season jumped out of the blocks and at quarter time the game looked to be one sided. But Volcanoes Coach Kilip Andrew gave an inspirational talk and the Volcanoes dominated the 2nd quarter.

In the end the athleticism and fitness of the Volcanoes was not enough to counter the ball skills of the Concordia team and the final result was  Volcanoes 7-7 49 and Concordia 12-6 78.

It was a fantastic game to watch and played with great sportsmanship.

Congratulations to all the players and senior umpire Steve.