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West Coast too good for Kangaroos

josh hillA mystery foot injury has almost certainly ended the AFL premiership hopes of West Coast defender Beau Waters but the Eagles will enter Saturday night's semi-final brimming with confidence after brutally dispatching North Melbourne on Sunday.

Waters was immediately sent off for scans after pulling up lame in innocuous fashion during West Coast's 96 point hammering of the Roos in a one sided elimination final at...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:15

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Barba’s untouchable form results in five gongs at NRL’s Dally M awards

nrl ben_barbaBen Barba's untouchable form this season was capped off with an incredible five awards at last Dally M awards, including the top gong.

Barba's recognition as the competition's best player was never in doubt with the Canterbury No.1 finishing six points clear of second-placed Matt Bowen with a staggering 32 points.

The 23 year old also went home as the fullback of the year, the Provan-Summons...

 

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