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As points of pride for followers of the Australian game, we can quote the annually high numbers of Indigenous Australians in the AFL; the groundbreaking work the league puts in year in, year out toward Indigenous Australia; the substantial support our junior footballers receive to tour overseas and hold national tournaments; the soon to be debut of the AFL-backed Laguntas TAC Cup (Victorian under 18s) side or the administrative expertise available to our people engaged in the game. But from a purely football point of view, the AFL's Indigenous Round this weekend has come at a... Read more
Anthony Mundine is on the lookout for a suitable opponent to advance his claim for another shot at a world title because he still believes he has what it takes to set up a final push to the glory road and fistic heaven. Mundine is not knocked around despite his many…
Greg Inglis has sounded an ominous warning to New South Wales by claiming he is in the best form of his life less than a month from the State of Origin opener on June 5. The South Sydney fullback captured in the photo in full flight by Action Photographics, Grant Trouville,…
Warriors captain Simon Mannering doesn't believe their NRL season, which is spiralling out of control, can get much worse than Saturday night's 62-6 thrashing at Penrith. The 56 point victory is the biggest loss in the Warriors history and the second- biggest win in Penrith's 46 year existence. Penrith's Travis Robinson turned…
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