Tasmania has clinched a historic victory at the AFL National Inclusion Carnival held in Brisbane.
For the first time ever, the Tasmanian Devils triumphed in the Grand Final, securing a nail-biting 34/30 win that was assured in a dramatic last quarter.
Coming from behind to topple South Australia by a slender margin of four points this afternoon, the Devils showed not only their AFL prowess but also a resilient spirit that left spectators on the edge of their seats until the final siren.
The carnival features some of the nation’s most talented footballers with an intellectual disability.
The sides, representing eight states and territories, have played in 72 matches over the last 5 days.