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AFL top eight fight down to the wire

Port Adelaide's AFL top four hopes are still alive and Richmond have surged back into the eight, setting up a tantalising final round of action this weekend and it will be the Indigenous stars who will probably have a major say on who makes the eight and who doesn't.

Players like Chad Wingard, Paddy Ryder, Michael Walters, Stephen Hill, Lance Franklin, Adam Goodes, Lewis Jetta, Steve Motlop, Matthew Stokes, Lindsay Thomas, Daniel Wells and Josh Hill hold the hopes of their respective clubs in their hands.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 18:41

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Up to five NRL clubs are chasing Brisbane Bronco Josh Hoffman

Incoming master coach Wayne Bennett is facing a battle to retain Josh Hoffman with at least five rival NRL clubs after the Broncos custodian.

Hoffman is set to leverage interest by testing his value on the open market and his management have met for talks with Broncos hierarchy to discuss Hoffman's future at the club.

The Broncos are keen to upgrade Hoffman but his agent will field offers from November 1 for the New Zealand Test star, who could earn upwards of $500,000 annually.

The development will be of concern to...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 18:38

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