Club News

Mosman Swans 20 Year Gala Dinner

posted 29 May 2018, 23:38 by Rebecca Higgs   [ updated 29 May 2018, 23:43 ]

Tickets are now on sale 
                                                                      Buy tickets here!

                             Buy tickets here!

20 Year Anniversary, Saturday 23rd June 2018

posted 9 Apr 2018, 22:55 by Rebecca Higgs   [ updated 9 Apr 2018, 22:59 ]

Join us to celebrate 20 Years of AFL with the Mosman Swans JAFC.
We would love to see past players and families join us for a fun filled night of laughs and memories.

Tickets on sale soon, so plan your tables now!

Mosman Swans Article January 18th 2018

posted 18 Jan 2018, 20:46 by Rebecca Higgs

Join us for our Trivia Night on Saturday 3rd June 2017

posted 10 May 2017, 22:53 by Rebecca Higgs


From history to pop culture, music to sport, come along and test your general knowledge at the Mosman Swans Triva night!

What's Happening?

Park yourself in front of Millionaire Hot Seat, pull up a pew at Chaser and settle in Family Fued so you are ready to dominate at Trivia. Come solo or come as a team and our Trivia Master (real trivia master not a funny club member) will manage the night.

What to Wear

Not everyone likes a dress up, so we've made our theme CHEER CHEER, so you can come in your team colours, or come in something fabulous, it's up to you.

Sports Themed Food

Our catering for the evening is sports themed, (we are angling for chicken wings guys) and there will be plenty of proper food and snacks, with your favourites all present! 

Drink on Arrival

We have included a drink on arrival and to keep costs down and cater for all tastes, drinks are available at the bar for you to purchase. I'm down for gin and tonic, but we will ensure a great range of beers, wines and for our champagne drinkers they have Mumm and Moet & Chandon along with a range of Aust Sparklers. ( I put that detail because I know you).

Should I form a Team?

Yes! Get your mates together and form a team of 4 - 8 and feel free to invite non footy mates. If you're a solo, or a couple, the Trivia Master will sort you into teams on the night. It all works.

Raffle for Bear Cottage

We will have a monster raffle on the night with some fantastic prizes, as well as a prize for the winning trivia team. When we get together it's also a great opportunity to support Bear Cottage and proceeds from the raffle will go to support the incredible work they do there.


We don't want you to feel left out. If you have an item or experience we could add to the raffle please let us know, it' a brilliant cause. Contact Anna Musson at or call 0412 007 173.


Trivia starts at 7.30 sharp and food service begins at 6.30pm so come early and have something to eat before we start.


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking is available but limited, we suggest you take an Uber or walk if you can.

What can I bring into the event?

This is a licensed venue so drinks must be purchased at the bar.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This event is for 18 yrs and over as it is a licensed premise.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email with any questions or call 0412 007 173

Auskick - New start date

posted 29 Mar 2017, 18:36 by Rebecca Higgs

Please note the commencement of the AUSKICK season has been postponed.  Our first session will now be at Allan Boarder Oval on Sunday 23rd April, 2017 - 8:15am for an 8:30am start.

There will be a free BBQ at the conclusion of play.  

Uniforms will be available from8am but will require cash. The uniform price list is as follows:

Socks $15, Shorts $35, Guernsey $50 - Whole Kit $100. 

Enquiries to Anna Musson | 0412 007 173 |

Congratulations Erin McKinnon!

posted 21 Feb 2017, 16:08 by Rebecca Higgs   [ updated 21 Feb 2017, 16:13 ]        

AFL Womens - Blacktown Saturday

posted 16 Feb 2017, 13:48 by Rebecca Higgs

Come and watch Erin McKinnon play       


posted 10 Feb 2017, 16:25 by Rebecca Higgs

2017 Season Launch 
10th February 2017

Dear Members & JV Partners,
Just a quick reminder that we have the Season Launch / How to Play Day this Sunday February 12th from 10am until 1pm at the Village Green in Mosman (adjacent to the Council Building). The latest weather forecast is for a fairly pleasant 30 degrees, rather than the heat-wave predicted earlier, so we are in for a perfect day. Please bring along any friends (boys and girls!) who might be interested in playing AFL.
As a warm-up for the day, I also highly recommend that you watch the Woman AFL on Channel 72 on Saturday night with your daughters to see what is possible. AFL is a sensational game for girls and the Mosman Swans has been at the forefront of developing the code in NSW.
Lastly, if you haven’t registered already, you can do so here:
See you Sunday!

Season Launch 2017

posted 9 Feb 2017, 22:28 by Rebecca Higgs   [ updated 9 Feb 2017, 22:47 ]

Congratulations Michelle & Erin McKinnon

posted 4 Feb 2017, 03:14 by Rebecca Higgs

Erin McKinnon started her footy journey by creating her own team with mum’s help

NEIL CORDY, The Daily Telegraph
February 3, 2017 6:30pm

WHEN it comes to initiative, it’s hard to look past Greater Western Sydney ruck Erin McKinnon.

When she wanted to play Australian rules five years ago, there wasn’t a team near her to be found in Sydney.

So, with a big helping hand from her mother, Michelle, they got to work and created their own.



There was plenty of work to do on the day Erin turned up to register for the Mosman Swans — there was just her and one other girl.

Emails to her friends, school mates and sporting friends created enough interest to field an under-14 team in a four-team league, which had doubled in size from the previous year.

Erin McKinnon with her mum Michelle McKinnon at Middle Head Oval in Mosman. Picture: Jonathan Ng

Even then, the matches against Maroubra Saints, Baulkham Hills Hawks and the Drummoyne Power were casual affairs.

“We’d play just with the numbers we had and often the opposition would give us players to make it even,” Erin said.

“No one knew how to play footy, so my mum did a coaching course.

“She could have asked me to try another sport like netball or basketball, but she had a go like the rest of us.”

In the early days, before ­Michelle completed her level 1 coaching course, she knew as much about the game as her players — virtually nothing.

“I didn’t know what a shepherd was, what a hard ball get was or something called the fat side,” Michelle said.

“The club was keen for the women to take responsibility for it and to run it.

“We’d assumed the dads would do the coaching, but we thought if the girls can step out of their comfort zones and try something new, then the mothers can too.

“We learned very quickly and had so much fun.

“I could see the girls were really passionate and it worked out well that I was learning with them because I could ­explain things in simple terms because that was all I knew, that translated well.”

Five years on from building the team, Michelle will see the fruits of her labour when Erin runs out for GWS against Adelaide today.

Originally published as Mum helps Erin make Giant strides

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