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Wellingham wings it to West Coast

afl sharrod_wellingham_collingwoodSharrod Wellingham flew out from Australia a Magpie and will return as an Eagle following a trade that's been declared win-win between Collingwood and West Coast.

Wellingham, an AFL premiership player, took the unusual step of leaving his playing future in the hands of his manager following his request to return to home to Western Australia ahead of a holiday in...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:04

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Moonta punches above its weight in SANFL finale

SANFL WWWT_malcolm_karpanyMoonta is a small town that punches way above its weight division in football.

The small South Australian town, 160 odd kilometres north-west of Adelaide, has a population of less than 4000 people but it had seven home grown footballers play in the SANFL's Woodville-West Torrens' under 18s grand final winning side - one of them, Malcolm Karpany.

Malcolm was among the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:03

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