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Lewis Jetta shooting towards Swans record

lewis jettaLewis Jetta's transformation has been so complete he is on course to become the Sydney Swans' smallest leading goalkicker in 24 years.

Another brilliant performance on Saturday night helped the Swans mark 30 years in Sydney with a 101 point flogging of hapless Melbourne to end a two game losing streak.

Kicking three goals for the fourth time this season, Jetta now has 17 in eight games, five more...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 09:07

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Our courageous people believe change benefits everyone

jason mifsudAfter another highly successful Indigenous Round the AFL's Community Engagement Manager Jason Mifsud reflects upon how the contribution to the sport by Indigenous Australians has made AFL bigger and better than ever before.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and Australian football have always shared a common and seemingly unbreakable bond. This is a bond that has been shared from the time that...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 09:06

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