Albury Hotspurs, Albury United and Boomers have their say on how to make AWFA a strong competition for years to come

Steve Tervet
Updated May 17 2021 - 3:12pm, first published 11:30am
LET'S PUT OUR HEADS TOGETHER: Albury United and Boomers met in one of Sunday's big games. Officials from both clubs are against the idea of reducing the league to eight clubs but admit AWFA could do things differently over the coming years. Picture: TARA TREWHELLA
LET'S PUT OUR HEADS TOGETHER: Albury United and Boomers met in one of Sunday's big games. Officials from both clubs are against the idea of reducing the league to eight clubs but admit AWFA could do things differently over the coming years. Picture: TARA TREWHELLA

Rival clubs have responded to the suggestion that the Albury-Wodonga Football Association should be slimmed down to eight clubs.

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Steve Tervet

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