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Hurley, Dempsey an inspiration as Bombers destroy Fremantle

essendon's courtney_dempseyEssendon forward Michael Hurley booted a career best six goals and Courtenay Dempsey produced one of his best games of the season to inspire the Essendon Bombers to a 24 point AFL victory over Fremantle in Perth on Saturday night.

Hurley kicked three goals in the opening term, snagged another two in the dying minutes of the third quarter and then kicked the match sealer in the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:52

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Mundine camp says we’re ready to take on America

mundine fenechThe last man you would expect to see climbing the stairs to the Tony Mundine gym in Redfern on a midweek afternoon is long time enemy Jeff Fenech.

Anthony Mundine is less than a month away from his fight debut in the US and has called in Australia's greatest fighter. The fact they have been bitter rivals for so many years doesn't matter.

Mundine is determined to thump Bronco McKart on July 14...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 June 2012 11:49

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