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Peter Burgoyne - master of the sublime

peter burgoyne_and_gavin_wanganeenPeter Burgoyne was the master of the sublime, the one player you would count on delivering a perfect pass, by hand or by foot, despite the chaos and heavy traffic.

Those attributes held the AFL premiership player in fine stead in 240 games with Port Adelaide.

Burgoyne was one of three Northern Territory footballers elevated to Legend status at the AFL...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:35

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Big River Hawks are making their mark in Top End footy

darren hawks_teamThere's a young team from Katherine way that's making its mark in the Top End.

They're the Big River Hawks and they're a team that's been formed to allow the young men of the Katherine region and surrounding communities a chance to play in the Darwin-based NTFL.

The young Hawks compete in the under-18s competition and have, since their introduction in 2010, competed in a grand final and...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:31

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