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Goodes enjoys some memorable moments with superstar will.i.am

will i_am_and_the_boysAdam Goodes has run a few clinics in his 15 year career with the Sydney Swans but none will be as memorable as the one he held recently with music superstar will.i.am.

will.i.am, the front-man for the Black Eyed Peas, is touring Australia and was happy to head to the SCG to hang out with Goodes, Lewis Jetta, Tony Armstrong and more than 100 young Indigenous footballers.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 20:58

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Hundreds take part in nation’s biggest football carnival

central australia_carnivalBy National Indigenous Times AFL reporter Darren Moncrieff

It's a true celebration of football: three days, almost 40 teams and the chance for Indigenous players to show their skills.

 

Hundreds of footballers, male and female, took part in what's called Australia's biggest football carnival, the Central Australian Football League's annual Easter Weekend...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 20:57

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