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It’s a race between five in Central finals

chris johnsonWhile the Alice Springs football community celebrates the news of its new team playing its first NTFL Premier League trial match at Traeger Park, the Central Australian Football League finals have gotten underway.

In a sure sign of the health of the CAFL competition, there is no particular standout or outright flag favourite of the Premier League's top five: Federal, Pioneer...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:35

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It’s all Good(es) as Swans prepare for Hawthorn clash

afl adam_goodes_and_lewis_jettaSydney star Adam Goodes found form with three goals as the Swans rebounded from a slow start to thrash the Western Bulldogs by 82 points on Sunday and move a game clear on top of the AFL ladder.

The Swans overcame a three goal quarter time deficit to win 26.11 (167) to 13.7 (85) at Etihad Stadium and hand the Dogs their ninth straight defeat.

Along with Goodes...

 

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