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Cooyou’s first kick a winner

darren rhys_cooyouHis uncle is the great Michael Mitchell, who emerged from sleepy Carnarvon in Western Australia in the 1980s to electrify the WAFL and V/AFL with Claremont and Richmond respectively.

His mother is an all-round sportswoman who mastered the basketball courts and softball fields in WA's north-west.

With that sporting background, the GWS Giants' Rhys Cooyou has the best chance to make...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 10:32

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Back with a vengeance

lance franklinLance Franklin made an instant impact in his return and Hawthorn proved they could overcome a tardy start as they beat Sydney to jump over the Swans into top spot on the AFL ladder on Saturday.

The Hawks trailed at the SCG by five points with just over a minute to go but the hugely influential Shaun Burgoyne and Brad Sewell kicked goals to carry the Hawks to a 15.12 (102) to 14.11 (95)

 

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