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Round 3 Wrap
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Tough day for the Bombers last Saturday, with the Cup Women the only team two bring home the four points in conditions that were suitable for ducks only.

Here is what the coaches had to say:

Cup Men - Corey

Men’s Cup was an arm wrestle in horrendous conditions. Hard to read much into it, or take anything out of it. Ultimately, we didn’t take our chances in the 2nd half and fell short. Rick White and Damien Hector were standouts, with Hayden Mahalm, Kaylub Druett and Enjay Convy playing well all day.

Cup Women - Brad

It was just wet horrible conditions and I'm not sure we can take from the game other than the girls getting a score of 77 points and the four points. Best were Emily Crookes, Holly Gibbons and Nikita Carter.

Cup Men - Jimmy

Men’s Plate was played in fairly constant rain and sheets of water across the ground. Warners Bay got the early jump with 3 goals which we couldn’t peg back. The final margin was just 5 goals Great to see a large volume of the under 17s from last year stepping up into senior footy Best on ground in his first senior game was Zane McLaren with Liam Hassall, Blake Fletcher and Jhet MacArthur having great games also

Plate Women - Courtney

Womens Plate side had a solid opponent with hard hits and wet conditions. The Magpies jumped early with a few goals in the first quarter. Our pressure intensified throughout the game, keeping the Magpies goaless in the last quarter. Best on grounds were Kiara West in her first seniors game across the back line, Eva Murphy dominating in the the mids and Vanessa McQuillan who held strong as full back.

For goalkickers and best players click here

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Round 2 Results

The sun shone on the weekend which enabled the 2024 Season to get underway.

Click here to keep up to date with all the Scores, Ladders, Goalkickers & Best Players


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'Bryso' Notches up 150 Games

This weekend we have one of our young bombers Holly 'BRYSO' Bryson notching up 150 club games.


Holly will be the first junior Female to reach the 150-game milestone.


Holly has had a distinguished junior career winning three premierships from six Grand Final appearances and has also represented the Central Coast for the past five years.Holly has been named co-captain of the under 17 Youth Girls team as they endeavour to go back-to-back.


Coming off a really solid pre-season Holly will further her endeavours to play senior football this season at the Bombers and will push to be a consistent member of the Women’s Cup side. Her first opportunity will come against Singleton this Saturday.


Congratulations Holly on the 150th, we are all excited to see the footballer you become over the next 150.


Come down to Adelaide St Oval and support Holly when she runs out on Saturday vs Singleton at 2pm and Sunday vs Warners Bay at 3.25pm.Good luck Holly.

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Round 2 Fixtures
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2024 Leadership Groups

Congratulations to those players who have been elected to a Leadership Groups this season.

The Leadership Groups as announced at the Season Launch on Friday Night are as follows:

Men's Cup

Josh Mifsud (capt), Ryan Arthur, Alex Bailey, Enjay Convy, Tom Mumford

Women's Cup

Brooke Hoolihan & Kristen Kessler (co-captains), Skye Bailey, Eliza Hand

Men's Plate

Joe Crick (Capt)

Women's Plate

Taylah Hilditch (capt), Courtney Lenihan, Kim Thoseby 

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Season Launch a Huge Success

The opening round of the AFL Hunter Central Coast competition may have been washed out on Saturday but that did not dampen the spirit of in excess of 100 players and supporters who attended the clubs Season Launch on Friday night.

The night saw the introduction of the 2024 Board members and sponsors whilst Coaches Corey Shackleton (Men's Cup) and Courtney Barnett (Women's Plate) gave those in attendance an insight into how pre-season went and what we can expect for the 2024 season.

The coaches and captains also presented guernsey's to a select number of new players.

The Leadership Groups and captains for both Men's and Women's teams were also announced.

A highlight of the evening was Taya White describing the inspiration behind the indigenous guernsey she designed in conjunction with Brooke Turner and will be worn by all four teams on Indigenous Round.

2024 Fixture Released
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The 2024 AFL HCC Season Fixture has been released.

Details of the competitions are:

In summary:

Cup Men

7 Teams

(Cardiff, Killarney Vale, Maitland, Newcastle City, Terrigal Avoca, TEBB, Warners Bay)

17 Rounds (15 matches & 2 Byes)

2 General Byes

4 team finals

 Cup Women

(Cardiff, Killarney Vale, Maitland, Newcastle City, Singleton, Terrigal Avoca, TEBB, Warners Bay)
8 Teams

17 Rounds

2 General Byes

6 Team Finals

Plate Men

13 Teams

(Cardiff, Gosford, Killarney Vale, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Nelson Bay, Newcastle City x 2, Singleton, Terrigal Avoca, TEBB, Warners Bay, Wyong Lakes)

17 Rounds (16 matches & 1 Bye)

2 General Byes

6 Team Finals

Plate Women

8 Teams

(Cardiff, Gosford, Killarney Vale, Newcastle City, Port Stephens, Terrigal Avoca, TEBB, Wyong Lakes/Lake Macquarie)

17 Rounds (17 matches & 0 Byes)

2 General Byes

6 Team Finals

Muswellbrook has withdrawn from all competitions.

Please note the fixture is correct at time of publication but may be subject to change in the future. To keep up to date with the fixture click here

Full fixture will be displayed here in coming days

2024 Indigenous Guernsey Unveiled

Emerging leaders Brooke Turner and Taya White, proud Gumbayggnir and Wiradjuri women respectively, are proud to share the 2024 Killarney Vale Bombers Indigenous Round Guernsey.

Both of these proud First Nations Women have done an amazing job and our players are looking forward to wearing them with pride and honour.

We are looking for local businesses to sponsor these amazing Guernseys and have a range of packages available. Get in contact for more information or email

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Supercharged Saturday a Success

The Killarney Vale Bombers Senior Women's Program kicked off their inaugural Supercharged Saturday with a bang!

The day was designed to test our girls physically, mentally, and in leadership. They all pushed themselves beyond their limits and out of their comfort zones, tallying over 16kms in challenges and conditioning throughout the day.

Teamwork and culture building took centre stage as the Pink, Blue, and Green teams battled it out, showcasing intense competitiveness and camaraderie.

Despite the fierce competition, everyone walked away a winner, building on the tight-knit bond and culture already instilled within the team.

The girls are now ready to tackle the 2024 season head-on!

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Senior Men Hold Successful Camp

Well done to our Mens Squad after completing our annual preseason camp at Seal Rocks the weekend before last.

The camp was specifically designed to test the group physically, build leadership and push everyone outside their comfort zone.

The group, a mix of old and new faces, covered over 45km across the weekend (36km on the Saturday alone!) which included dune sprints, beach running, speed and power circuits, team building activities and football craft.

We now shift our focus to our upcoming trial matches which begin on 9 March.

A huge thanks to our senior coaching staff and Michael McGill from our awesome sponsor Gage Roads Brew Co for all their help and support.

Keep an eye our for the report from our Women's "Super Saturday" which was held on Saturday.

#Consistent #Relentless #ruthless #kvb2024 #onebigbomber

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