The Female Gridiron League of Queensland (FGLQ), the first league of its kind in Australia, is a full kit, women's tackle American nine-a-side football competition that commenced on August 24, 2012. The FGLQ was founded by the Logan City Gridiron Football Club and is sanctioned by Gridiron Queensland. Three teams participated in the first season in 2012, the Logan City Jets, Kenmore Panthers and Gold Coast Sea Wolves.

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  • The Female Gridiron League of Queensland (FGLQ), the first league of its kind in Australia, is a full kit, women's tackle American nine-a-side football competition that commenced on August 24, 2012. The FGLQ was founded by the Logan City Gridiron Football Club and is sanctioned by Gridiron Queensland. Three teams participated in the first season in 2012, the Logan City Jets, Kenmore Panthers and Gold Coast Sea Wolves. The first officially sanctioned game of women's gridiron was played between the Kenmore Panthers and Gold Coast Sea Wolves on August 24, 2012 at Logan Metro Sports, Browns Plains, Queensland. The Logan City Jets defeated the Kenmore Panthers 38-20 in the Summerbowl I championship game played on November 2, 2012. On March 23, 2013 the Female Gridiron League of Queensland Allstars, a team consisting of players who played in the 2012 FGLQ season, toured to Croydon, Melbourne to play the Western Foxes the first women's American Football team in Victoria. The FGLQ Allstars won the game 28-14. Four teams participated in the 2013 FGLQ season which commenced on September 6, 2013; Logan City Jets, Kenmore Panthers, Gold Coast Stingrays (formally Sea Wolves) and new team the Western Jaguars. Following on from the pioneering efforts of the FGLQ other states across Australia established women's gridiron leagues including Gridiron NSW in 2013, Gridiron Victoria in 2013 and ACT Gridiron in 2014.In 2014 Gridiron Queensland took over the administration of women's gridiron in Queensland. The first ever Women's national championship of American football contested between QLD, NSW and ACT was held in early 2014 and players who played season II of the Female Gridiron League of Queensland (FGLQ) were eligible to be selected for the first ever Queensland SunDevils women's team. The SunDevils were undefeated champions defeating ACT 14-6 in a hard fought final. Most Valuable Player for the national championship was Queensland player Kristy Moran. (en)
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  • The Female Gridiron League of Queensland (FGLQ), the first league of its kind in Australia, is a full kit, women's tackle American nine-a-side football competition that commenced on August 24, 2012. The FGLQ was founded by the Logan City Gridiron Football Club and is sanctioned by Gridiron Queensland. Three teams participated in the first season in 2012, the Logan City Jets, Kenmore Panthers and Gold Coast Sea Wolves. (en)
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