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Find the best footy stuff at AFL axuz

Well its footy time and I just found a new website that lets visitors search for Aussie rules football websites. You can also use the interactive map to see the location of clubs and leagues. See how to get to the town or suburb and zoom in to see the location down to 500:1. Heres some info from the AFL axuz website and you can use the tools here by clicking the link above. Dont forget Go Cats.

Every club in the AFL is covered and the footy fixture can be viewed for each club, each week, each venue or all together, you choose. The search results only cover AFL stuff and the global locator will let you search for clubs and leagues Australia wide. Gett your 2008 season off to a great start by visiting AFL axuz and doing your home work ready for the seasons kick off.

Geelong Football Club - Geelong Football Club Official AFL website.

The Cattery
Click here to visit http://www.flarn.com/~keldar/ Unofficial Geelong Football Club Site - The Mighty Cats Home with the latest news and info about the Geelong Football Club.

Full Points Cats History
Click here to visit http://www.fullpointsfooty.net/geelong_(1).htm Geelong Football Club has deservedly acquired a reputation for producing teams which play classy, skilful, attacking football. The senior side's success rate over more than 100 seasons of VFL and AFL football is bettered only by league heavyweights Collingwood, Carlton, Essendon and Richmond. Go cats 2006 is your year.

Geelong FC at Big Footy
Click here to visit http://www.bigfooty.com/portal/cats/ Unofficial news and information service for the Geelong Cats and all of your favorite AFL Clubs. Join in and have your say with other visitors who have a passion for aussie rules.

Convict Creations Where the Ol Boys From
Click here to visit http://www.convictcreations.com/football/ To be at a Collingwood, Footscray game in the 60's provided more action in the crowd than onfield. Although Footscray wasn't quite as middle-class as neighbouring Essendon, despite its working class residents it was relatively more affluent than Melbourne's toilet otherwise known as Collingwood.