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Red letter day for Redtails

darren NTFL_CA_redtailsBy National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

It was the start they were looking for and the Central Australian Redtails didn't disappoint their supporters with a thrilling four point win over St Mary's in Alice Springs on Saturday night.

 

The Redtails played their first game of their four game trial in the NTFL Premier League on home turf at Traeger...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 14:10

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Hawthorn’s tribute to Bateman

darren chance_batemanHawthorn paid tribute to retiring Chance Bateman at its best and fairest count on Saturday night.

Coach Alastair Clarkson, club champion Sam Mitchell, captain Luke Hodge and President, Andrew Newbold heaped praise on the 2008 premiership hero, declaring him a trailblazer who had paved the way for Indigenous players to thrive at Waverley Park.

Bateman, who made his debut in 2000...

 

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