AFI World 9s
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The AFI World 9s is an amateur Australian rules football competition featuring teams drawn from Melbourne's migrant communities. The tournament is coordinated by Australian Football International.
It was first held at Lakeside Stadium on 16 February 2019 in Melbourne.
The tournament was played under the rules of Footy 9s.
The AFI World 9s featured 8 teams divided into two divisions. The first division teams were Ireland, Italy, Malta and New Zealand. The second division teams were Chile, Switzerland, South Africa and Team Harmony.
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Grand Final MVP (Division 2) – James Rundle (Switzerland)
Grand Final MVP (Division 1) – Anthony Liberatore (Italy)
Jayme Huysamen (South Africa), Chris Colombo (Switzerland), Joerie van Riet (Team Harmony), Antonio Watts (Chile), Aaron Edwards (New Zealand), James Tadd (Ireland), Andrew Portelli (Malta), Vic Micallef (Malta), Josh Covelli (Italy), Anthony Liberatore (Italy)
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