The Nunga U17 Next Generation Football Carnival has seen Koonibba and Port Augusta win the boys’ and girls’ grand finals respectively to culminate a successful return to the carnival after a two year absence due to COVID-19. The Roosters ran through the boys’ competition undefeated, claiming victory over the All Stars – a squad consisting […]
The Tjindu Foundation congratulates Aboriginal AFL Academy graduates Brandan Parfitt and Tyson Stengle on winning their first AFL premiership medals with Geelong on the weekend.
Trials for the Tjindu Aboriginal AFL Academy will be held at Thebarton Oval on Sunday 23 October from 9.00am.
The Tjindu Aboriginal AFL Academy has played its first games across South Australian school teams under the leadership of two-time AFL premiership legend and inaugural Indigenous Brownlow Medallist Gavin Wanganeen.
The Tjindu Foundation has launched today as South Australia’s leading, purpose-developed not-for-profit delivering education, and cultural engagement programs for Aboriginal children and young people.
Tjindu is a powerful word in many Aboriginal languages within South Australia and it guides our mission as a foundation.