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Wadeye Magic suffer third defeat

wadeyeWadeye Magic has suffered its third loss for the season in its second 10 game trial to join the NTFL Division 1.

The men from Port Keats let slip their match against Tracy Village at Marrara on Saturday, to lose by eight points.

They are on their second stint to join the Darwin-based league.

The Magic sit mid-table halfway through their trial matches.

While there has been much publicised...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:54

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Toy’s story leads way for coaches

brenton toyBy National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

Coaching, teaching and guiding people through their football journey is what Brenton Toy does best.

 

The 34 year old has joined NTFL foundation club Waratah as senior coach for the 2012-13 season.

It is Toy's third stint as senior coach in the NTFL, having guided the Tiwi Bombers during their second season in the...

 

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