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Claims of AFL Indigenous decline simply wrong, says Jason Mifsud

jason mifsudAny fears clubs have gone cold on Indigenous draft prospects "could not be further from the truth", the AFL's multicultural boss Jason Mifsud said.

Mifsud addressed scathing criticism from former Fremantle recruiting boss Phil Smart who blasted AFL clubs for unfairly overlooking Indigenous prospects.

Only four Indigenous players were taken in the national draft.

Mifsud said the 2012...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:46

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Beale delivers last minute magic

kurtley bealeKurtley Beale scored a sensational long range try in the dying seconds to give the Wallabies a 14-12 win against Wales at Millennium Stadium in Wales to send captain Nathan Sharpe out a winner in his final Test.

In the 80th minute, replacement centre Mike Harris rocketed onto a Berrick Barnes pass before finding reserve lock Dave Dennis who went tearing down the right touchline before popping a ball...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:44

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