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Indigenous football days score a goal with hundreds of kids

IMG 0173Football Federation Victoria's State Indigenous Football Carnival wrapped up on Friday with over 300 participants travelling from around Victoria to take part.

The Carnival was staged over two events, the first in Ballarat as part of the State-wide Junior Sports Carnival with the State Youth Indigenous Football Tournament taking place in Truganina.

The Carnival is part of FFV's Indigenous Football...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:01

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Gillespie’s academy a boon for future stars

NPX1230331Young cricketers are getting a leg up in their playing careers with the help of one of Australia's true cricketing greats, Jason Gillespie.

Through his Jason Gillespie Cricket Academy, Jason is giving real opportunities to junior players under 19 years of age and linking them up with his good friend Darren Lehmann to take them into the senior ranks.

Darren, through his Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 07:59

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