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Betts, Gartlett each score a treble to steer Carlton to win

afl eddie_betts_and_andrew_walkerCarlton moved within a game of the AFL's top eight with a 36 point win over Brisbane on Saturday night thanks to exceptional performances from Eddie Betts and Jeff Gartlett.

The Blues were only seven points ahead at halftime but enjoyed a seven goal third term to win 17.11 (113) to Brisbane's 10.17 (77) in front of 25,977 fans at Etihad Stadium.

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 13:46

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Korin Gamadji Institute opened by PM

richmond AFL_institute_launchThe Korin Gamadji Institute, based in the ME Bank Centre in Melbourne, at the Richmond Football Club was officially launched by Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Sunday.

The KGI provides opportunities for young Indigenous people to participate in programs to develop leadership, vocational skills and training and ultimately assist them in creating sustainable...

 

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