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Jack Martin signs with Gold Coast Suns

darren jack_martinThe hottest young Indigenous football prospect in the country has landed on the Gold Coast. Jack Martin from Western Australia joined the Suns as last week.

Martin, a talented midfielder, joins Gold Coast a year before he can debut at AFL level due to the Suns-Giants mini-draft the clubs have in order to establish their playing stocks.

Under the rules, the Suns traded its second pick in...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:02

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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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