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Goodes takes Sydney Swans to top of table with a 47 point win

adam goodesSurging Sydney showed another dimension to their game as tall forwards Sam Reid and Adam Goodes shone in a 47 point win over Brisbane that lifted the Swans to the top of the AFL ladder.

Down by 17 points early, Sydney kicked eight of the next nine goals at the SCG on Saturday to take control and record a 16.14 (110) to 9.9 (63) victory, their fifth straight win.

Reid kicked a career high six goals...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 14:29

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Amanda Fowler overcomes life’s obstacles for London Paralympics

amanda fowlerBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Amanda Fowler has been swimming since she was five and with just 10 years under her belt she is now heading for Paralympic glory after being named in the Australian Paralympic squad on Tuesday.

 

While Amanda has been intellectually disabled from birth, she hasn't let anything slow her down and gold at the 2012 London Paralympics is...

 

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