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Buffaloes are the champions

Tiwi-Islands-AFL-grand-finalIt's the Tiwi Islands: where AFL is a way of life

A woman in her seventies, bent with age, is swathed head to toe in blue and she's hollering so loud I temporarily lose hearing in my left hear. "Bring it home, boys, BRRRRRING IT HOOOOOOOME!"

She's barracking for the Tuyu Buffaloes and her screams are rewarded minutes later when her team wins the 2014...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 16:01

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Ben Barba accepts an apology from teenager for racial abuse

ben-barbaBen Barba has accepted an apology from a junior Rugby League player who racially abused him on a social media network.

However, the 18 year old from New South Wales, who is registered with a Country Rugby League club, won't be able to participate in the sport again until he undergoes an approved cultural awareness program and shows remorse in a meeting with Indigenous Elders.

The Canterbury fan sparked...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 16:00

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