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Sheedy, GWS and Elcho Island

kevin sheedy_with_the_U23_all_stars,_dressed_in_their_palmerston_magpies_uniformOn Thursday 24th January, the community of Galiwinku got a special surprise when Kevin Sheedy, the only man to be involved in 1,000 games of AFL football, visited the island.

He arrived to launch an exciting new partnership between Galiwinku and GWS Giants. This...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 17:23

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Mundine’s speed versus Daniel Geale’s strength

Geale-&-Mundine-shape-upIt is being billed as one of the biggest fights in Australian boxing history. Anthony Mundine, the much lauded, highly regarded and outspoken Indigenous fighter, against another Indigenous champion, Daniel Geale.

Mundine, rated an outsider by bookmakers and most boxing experts for this much anticipated bout, faces his moment of truth when he fronts Geale. A loss will almost...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 10:11

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