The Osaka Dingoes to host the IMPACT Invitational Cup in July

The Osaka Dingoes have proudly announced that we are hosting the IMPACT Invitational Cup on Saturday, 7 July 2018. The Cup is our first event that we have invited overseas clubs to compete in.

It will be held at the Canadian Academy in the Rokko Island, Kobe, from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm.

The Indonesian Volcanoes and the Singapore Wombats are coming to Japan for the big footy tournament.

After the international competition, we will be hosting a Sportsman’s Night at our proud sponsor, The Blarney Stone Shinsaibashi in Osaka between 7 pm and 10 pm. The night event will be a big opportunity to see former AFL footballers including Rick Olarenshaw (former Essendon Premiership Player) and Chad Fletcher (former West Coast Eagles Premiership Player).

Coopers Pale Ale and VB will be available at the pub as well as great food including Aussie burgers.

Our big thanks goes towards our major sponsor, IMPACT Steel Fabrication & Maintenance, our proud sponsor, The Blarney Stone Shinsaibashi and our proud partner, the Canadian Academy.

Spectators are advised to purchase foods and drinks in advance because there is no shop situated around the venue. Also no alcohol beverage should be brought to the venue as it is a school premise.

For further details, please contact the Osaka Dingoes at [email protected].

About Yoshihiro Imagawa

Love, passion and pride are seen on the footy that is the biggest part of my life. 1. St Kilda Club member: I am a passionate and crazy Sainter. Just hope we will win the second flag soon, especially after Dogs and Tigers having ended long premiership draughts. 2. The Osaka Dingoes Player and Public Relations Officer: Player number 44 that I chose to honour Stephen Milne with my wish being like a small forward like him. Lenny Hayes' hardworking attitudes are adopted on my trainings and practices. Nick Riewoldt's great plays are in my player audiobook too. 3. Writing: Here on the Almanac and also on the World Footy News. My skills utilise on great footy websites.

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