The Australian Oztag Development team started day two of the Northern NSW Development tour at Bingara Public School. Bingara is about a 40 minute drive south of Warialda and has a population of just 1,428 people. The kids were a really polite and talented bunch and...

The Australian Oztag Development team left Sydney yesterday for an eight hour drive north and stayed the night in the small country town of Warialda. For the Manly Sea Eagles tragics out there, Warialda is the home town of Noel "Crusher" Cleal and has a population...

The North Sydney summer competition which is held in Naremburn witnessed one of the strangest starts to a season by seasoned men's team, the Slippery Meningas. We've never seen this happen before, but after the first five rounds, the Slippery Meningas were undefeated, without a single...

The newly formed Northern Rangers which incorporates Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Port Stephens, Tamworth & Warialda performed exceptionally well in their first Oztag Senior Australian Championships. Under the guidance of Player Coach, Blake Holmes the Northern Rangers had the following results to reach the...

The 2019 Invitational Challenge was originally scheduled to be a part of the SportsFest event run in conjunction with the Central Coast council. The tournament was set to be held on Sunday, the 22nd of September at EDSAAC Oval in Bateau Bay but due to adverse...

The team at Australian Oztag would like to thank everyone that contributed in making the 2019 Senior Australian Championships an enjoyable tournament for all involved. Well done to all teams for all your hard work and preparation. We hope you had a great weekend and safe...

We were treated to some sizzling Oztag action on day two at the 2019 Oztag Senior Australian Championships. The East Coast Dolphins and the Central Coast lead as the regions with the most undefeated teams (4 each) after day two. The Vipers and Tigers closely follow with 3...