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Port champ Gavin Wanganeen gets stolen AFL jumper back

Ten years after it was pinched during premiership celebrations, Port Adelaide champion Gavin Wanganeen has been reunited with his 2004 grand final jumper.

The jumper Wanganeen wore during Port's AFL premiership win was stolen from the change rooms when players returned to the MCG field to sing the club song hours after their flag success.

After a campaign for the jumper to be returned, an anonymous caller contacted the club wishing to return the jumper.

The caller met Port's assistant coach and Wanganeen's...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:38

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Clontarf students make their mark in elite sport of rowing

A group of 14 Aboriginal students have made their mark becoming the first all-Indigenous team to compete in the elite sport of rowing.

The students, from Clontarf Aboriginal College in Western Australia, became the first all-Indigenous team to reach the Rowing WA All Schools State Championship recently and made a real impression on their much more experienced competition.

Charles Flodin, Curtin AHEAD Program Coordinator, said the Clontarf students impressed everyone with their natural ability keeping up with crews that had...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 August 2014 08:37

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