The Riverina Football Netball League (RFNL) is a semi-professional Australian rules football and netball competition containing nine clubs based in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. The league features three grades in the Australian rules football competition, these being First-Grade, Reserve-Grade and Under 17s. In the netball competition, there are five grades, with these being A-Grade, B-Grade, C-Grade, C2-Grade and Juniors.
The league is affiliated with the AFL NSW/ACT and is run by the Southern NSW AFL and AFL Riverina, both of whom also administer the Farrer Football League, the Wagga District Junior Football League and the South West Junior Football League.
Currently a home and away season consisting of eighteen rounds is played. The best five teams then play off according to the McIntyre System, culminating in the RFNL Grand Final, which is traditionally hosted by Narrandera.
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