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Boomerangs squad of 43 is named for South Africa tour

boomerangs squadSouth Africa beckons for 25 of the country's best Indigenous junior footballers after selectors announced an initial Flying Boomerangs squad of 43 chosen at the recent KickStart championships on the Gold Coast.

In the southern African country, the young Boomerangs will play a series of matches against the South African national team, continuing on the international award-winning football program's...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 21:12

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How the under 15 championship unfolded on the Gold Coast

WA shieldThe National Indigenous Times AFL reporter, Darren Moncrieff attended the under 15 titles and below is his summary of each of the matches with commentary on team performances after each day of the championships.

Day 1: Tuesday 10 April at Southport Sharks Oval 2.

Match 1 4.25 pm Queensland v Victoria/Tasmania: Victoria/Tasmania 5.5 (35) def. Queensland 3.6 (24). Vic/Tas led 1.4 (10) to 0.4 (4) at...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 21:04

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