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Port Adelaide beat Western Bulldogs in London

ACHEE brendon_2011For as long as AFL football has been played overseas as exhibition matches, Indigenous footballers have been there.

At the weekend, it was players from Western Bulldogs and Port Adelaide who got to show the rest of the world the Australian version of football.

The two sides played at The Oval, the historic venue in the south of London, in a post season match that saw Port Adelaide...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:51

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Josh Lalor and team deliver a positive image of Indigenous cricket to India

josh lalor_processedBy Indian journalist Siddhartha Talya

The sight of foreign cricketers playing or practising at a ground in India is a matter of curiosity for passers-by. A slip-catching and fielding drill, scattered applause and chirps in a familiar accent had drawn a few spectators outside the perimeter of the MIG Club in Bandra, Mumbai, on a hot day in late October. It was an Australian side but one...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 10:09

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