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Indigenous Round on in SA

gilbert mcAdamSouth Australian football will acknowledge Indigenous Australia at its Indigenous Round this weekend.

With a history of Aboriginal football to rival that of Western Australia and Victoria, the SANFL has taken a proactive approach to recognising the contribution Aboriginal people have made to the game in South Australia.

From the first premiership won by Bertie Johnson in 1961, to the masterful...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 10:19

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Geelong prepare for Hawks after steamrolling Adelaide

afl christiansen_and_stokesGeelong will face "the best team in the world" Hawthorn at the MCG on Friday night without Joel Corey and possibly without Steve Johnson but with growing form and belief.

The AFL's reigning premiers weathered injuries and an Adelaide surge to win 15.12 (102) to 11.9 (75) at Simonds Stadium on Saturday.

Matthew Stokes with two majors was among the star performers for...

 

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