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Buckley unveils a plan for Soccer to find their own Indigenous stars

top end_soccerFootball Australian Federation Australia boss Ben Buckley hopes indigenous players will ultimately make up at least 10 per cent of domestic and national teams, after unveiling a strategy he admits is overdue.

While other football codes, especially AFL and rugby league, have long produced a plethora of celebrated indigenous players, only around half a dozen have represented the...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:46

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Palmerston Magpies youth girls celebrate inaugural premiership

palmerston win_youth_girls_AFL_titlePalmerston Magpies rewrote another chapter in NTFL history after claiming the inaugural Youth Girls Grand Final at TIO Stadium.

In front of a healthy crowd of interested onlookers, the Magpies proved too strong for Waratah Youth Girls storming to an 82-point victory 16.15 (111) to 4.5 (29).

Palmerston coach, Lateesha Jeffrey said the Youth Girls...

 

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