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Injuries taking their toll on clubs’ playing ranks

By National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

It's not all glamour and glory at AFL level football. Just ask the players sidelined by injury and the frustration that goes with that.

 

Currently, the 18 AFL clubs have a combined total of 142 players unavailable through injury. These range from short term complaints to season-ending concerns. On average, that's almost 16 players per club.

Among those are several Indigenous players. Perhaps the most frustrating would...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:19

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WA form slump in national titles at Wagga Wagga

darren billy_english_souths_v_portBy National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

It wasn't the most happiest of footy championships for West Australian pair Morris Coppin and Ashley Wallem.

 

While delighting in representing their State at the biennial Australian Country Football Carnival and performing admirably, their State's results and final standings were a...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:19

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