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Epic battle likely as Swans District and Claremont face off

WAFL graham_jettaIf you were around to witness the epic battles between Swan Districts and Claremont in the early 1980s, then get set for another dose when the two clubs clash with high stakes at play this weekend in the WAFL finals.

The Swans and Tigers will meet in the WAFL's second semi-final on Saturday in what promises to be a quality match.

While the two sides met in 2010's epic grand final, which...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 September 2012 13:38

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Franklin leads Hawks to top spot

afl cyril_rioliA brilliant Lance Franklin opening burst has helped Hawthorn sew up the AFL minor premiership and left West Coast in danger of falling out of the top four.

The Hawks won 14.11 (95) to 10.10 (70) at the MCG on Friday night, it was never in serious danger after they booted seven goals to one in the first quarter despite an Eagles' last term charge.

Franklin kicked four goals, all in the first...

 

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