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More stars switch clubs

darren cruize_garlettWhile West Coast basks in the recruitment of home grown star Sharrod Wellingham, the club has had to contend with the lure of home the other way with Koby Stevens seeking a return to Victoria as the AFL trade period continues this month.

With the proven Wellingham now in the fold at the Eagles, it will add more weight to Stevens' claims of limited opportunities at the club, with...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:05

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Port’s call on Liam Jurrah

darren liam_jurrahLiam Jurrah's hopes of playing AFL football in Adelaide have received a boost with new Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley expressing an interest in the Warlpiri man from Yuendumu in  the Northern Territory.

Jurrah walked out on Melbourne in August after well publicised tribulations at home and on the football field.

He has joined family members to live in Adelaide.

Jurrah is...

 

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