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Darebin Falcons proudly wore a Rebecca Bell designed jumper for the VFLW’s Sir Doug Nicholls Round. The Indigenous round is celebrated nationally and provides a platform to celebrate and recognise the contributions of First Nations peoples. It an event to make the...
Darebin has commissioned the club’s first Indigenous Jumper for the 2022 Sir Doug Nicholls Round on Saturday 28 May. The jumper design is the work of Fitzroy Stars artist Rebecca Bell, inspired by the story of the Darebin Falcons. The project was led from the VFLW...
At the relatively young age of 25 years, Gena Lawson-Tavan could be regarded as a veteran of the Darebin Falcons VFLW team, having been a part of the club for more than a decade. Living locally to A H Capp Reserve, she rolled up one day to footy training, aged 15...
Strong Girls work in progress is a resource series designed to empower girls and women to strive to be our best selves. Whether on or off the field, we are all work in progress, at any age, at any skill level, for any challenge we set ourselves – fitness, health, wellbeing, leadership, more.
Falcons Academy is a fun, skills based opportunity for girls to improve their football knowledge and skills under the guidance of some of the most experienced leaders of the Darebin Falcons football club.
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