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A team of Australian Indigenous basketballers have done themselves and their People proud at the inaugural Trans-Tasman Indigenous Basketball clash in New Zealand. The Coles Australian Indigenous Invitational men's team lost the clash but their pride is intact after splitting the two game series against the New Zealand Maori national side, one a piece. The Australian men forced the much more experienced Maori side to a count after taking the second of the two games. The Maori men defeated their Australian Indigenous counterparts 108-90 in game one before the Australian Indigenous men rose to the occasion toppling their... Read more
If Ireland thought they dodged a bullet by avoiding a match-up against Lance Franklin, they better think again. Franklin (knee), dual Brownlow medallist Gary Ablett (shoulder) and Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury (shoulder) were the notable omissions when Australia named their 24 man squad for the November 22 showdown with Ireland in…
Melbourne have landed their first AFL trade target, with Jeff Garlett signing with the club from Carlton. The Demons have given Carlton picks 61 and 79 in exchange for Garlett and pick 83 in the national draft. The small forward kicked 183 goals in 107 games for the Blues and will help…
Four of our best Indigenous Rugby League stars, Greg Bird, Greg Inglis, Sam Thaiday and rookie winger, Alex Johnston have been named in coach Tim Sheens' 24-man Australian squad for the Four Nations tournament. With a raft of big name players unavailable for Kangaroos selection, Sheens ushered in generation next but…
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