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17 elect to make a move to new clubs in busy trade week for AFL

jamie bennellSeventeen Indigenous footballers will either now be calling a new club home or contemplating a brief but adventurous foray into elite level sport following the end of the AFL's three week free agency trade period last Friday.

No surprise from Melbourne after it officially severed ties with Liam Jurrah, who told the club he did not want to live in Melbourne.

But the Demons did pull a surprise with...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 November 2012 10:43

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Rich pickings out of the Northern Territory

AFL singings_jake_neadeThe rich pickings of Northern Territory football was on show again last week with three Top Enders finding AFL clubs.

Jed Anderson will follow in the steps of his older brother Joe into AFL football following his joining Hawthorn last week.

Anderson, 18, was on-traded to the Hawks from the GWS Giants, which has the Northern Territory as its recruiting zone.

Dominic...

 

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