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Jarrhan joins the battle to educate school children against dangers of drugs

darren WAFL_SDFC_jarrhanJackyBy National indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

Their abuse is the bane of society so it's no wonder untold dollars and hours have been spent in educating people about the misuse of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.

 

For 23 year old Jarrhan Jacky, who plays for WAFL club Swan Districts, his time out injured on the sidelines with a broken foot has...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:46

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Women’s footy in WA proves to be productive for Rakita Bennell

rakita bennellA standout debut season is a pretty good way to begin your footy.

For Peel Thunderbirds' Rakita Bennell pictured above in action her induction into women's football has been very productive.

The Perth young woman was voted as her club's Rookie of the Year at the West Australian Women's Football League awards night recently.

Her good form has also corresponded with her side's rise up the...

 

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