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Adam Goodes had to play one more year to prove Leigh Matthews wrong

Adam Goodes said the hurt he'd experienced as his team the Sydney Swans capitulated in the AFL grand final had forced him to ignore the likes of Hawthorn great, Leigh Matthews who had advised him to retire rather than chance being dropped next season.

Goodes will turn 35 in January and after Matthews watched Hawthorn trounce Sydney for the flag he effectively warned Goodes to bow out as his supporters called for more, rather than have them demand for him to go in mid-2015.

However, Goodes said the nature of the Swans 63...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:45

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Malu Kiwai 2014 Cairns All Blacks Champions

Malu Kiwai representing Boigu Island have been crowned the 2014 Cairns All Blacks Football Carnival Champions.

The Boigu Island team also went one better than last year's champions, the North Coast Dolphins, by being the first team to win all four divisions of the carnival including under 17's boys division which had been re-introduced this year to the carnival.

The divisions that were played out this year included the boys under 17's and under 20's and also the Open Men's and Women's Division and Malu Kiwai won all four of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:44

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