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Last updated 10:44 AM on 29 March 2017

Indigenous Football Week 2017 (28/3/17 to 2/4/17) is about the power of football to create change for good, while delivering a standout talent pipeline to the game. The partnership of JMF, Football Federation Australia, Professional Footballers Australia, SBS and Fox Sports, will use Indigenous Football Week 2017 to highlight the achievements of Indigenous players past and present, as well as the next generation of incredible talent.

Jada Whyman (Year 12), interviewed for Fox Sports Football before the kick off of the March 28th Socceroos World Cup Qualifying game, spoke at length about Indigenous football and what her culture means to her.

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The John Moriarty Foundation supports students in their sporting dreams, promotes their academic growth and offers assistance to the students if they live away from their Community as they pursue their dreams.

Read more about The John Moriarty Foundation and Indigenous Football Week 2017 

Join Indigenous Football Week 2017 (IFW17) on social media using the hashtags #GameChanger and #JMFtalent and follow @FootballJMFon Twitter and Facebook.

Mr Mathison
Westfields Sports High School
ATSI Committee


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