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Daniel Wells joins with Petrie as Kangaroos belt the Bulldogs

afl kangaroos_daniel_wellsDrew Petrie emerged from his sick bed to kick five goals as the big forward led North Melbourne to a 54 point win over Western Bulldogs in Saturday's AFL round 19 clash at Etihad Stadium.

North led by only four points at halftime against their rank underdog opponents but dominated the second half to win 18.7 (115) to 8.13 (61) before a crowd of just 21,599 fans. Petrie, who...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 15:02

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Aboriginal Power Cup shows power of education and effort

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The 2012 Aboriginal Power Cup Grand Final boys competition was taken out by Salisbury High School (11.8.74) who played Murray Bridge High School (8.9.57), and the girls competition by Murray Bridge High School (7.9.51) who played Salisbury High School (3.5.23).

The Aboriginal Power Cup allowed 36 boys and girls to realise their dream of playing football at AAMI Stadium which...

 

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