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NASCA begins Sporting Chance tour

nasca guy_with_kidsThe National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy is kicking off its first Athletes as Role Models Tour (ARMtour) for 2012.

ARMtour uses role models to deliver health, education, sport and cultural activities to create better lives for Aboriginal young people living in very remote communities in the Central Desert region of the Northern Territory.

ARMtour currently visits Ntaria, Santa...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 June 2012 09:51

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Indigenous All Stars in an AFL State of Origin series?

adam goodes_&_michael_o'loughlinThe possibility of a resurrected State of Origin carnival could be the perfect vehicle for an Indigenous All Stars team to ply its trade, Sydney Swans great and Indigenous All-Stars coach, Michael O'Loughlin has said.

"We've certainly discussed that and, put it this way, an All Stars team wouldn't look out of place," O'Loughlin said.

"I think every...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 09:38

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