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Patty Mills to visit Canberra, Thursday Island

patty mills and flagPatty Mills will celebrate signing a rich three year contract with the San Antonio Spurs believed to be worth more than $12 million with a visit to Canberra and Thursday Island from later this week.

His visit back home will definitely happen but whether it is this week will depend upon how he has recovered from shoulder surgery he underwent last week.

Mills said he wanted to...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2014 06:57

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Adam Goodes just an out and out champion

Adam Goodes could not have scripted it better. The inspirational leader top scored for the Swans in his 341st AFL game, the most games of any Indigenous player in AFL history, as Sydney registered their 11th straight victory to sit on top of the competition ladder.

Coach John Longmire wasn't getting ahead of himself following Sunday's 28 point win against West Coast in Perth but he was full of praise for Goodes all the same as Sydney were too good for West Coast on a very wet Perth day, winning 10.19 (79) to 7.9 (51) at Patersons...

 

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