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The North West Star
Critical Crows clash could be LeCras's last as an Eagleleaders Adelaide and then headlong into the biggest decision of his career as e
The North West Star / Posted 21 minutes ago
leaders Adelaide and then headlong into the biggest decision of his career as early as next week if the Eagles miss the AFL finals. West Coast veteran Mark LeCras is set for a comeback against league leaders Adelaide and then headlong into the... Read more
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The Age
Critical Crows clash could be Mark LeCras's last as an Eagleleaders Adelaide and then headlong into the biggest decision of his career as e
The Age / Posted 32 minutes ago
leaders Adelaide and then headlong into the biggest decision of his career as early as next week if the Eagles miss the AFL finals. As expectations rage that experienced key defender Eric Mackenzie is about to take a new one-year contract at... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Critical Crows clash could be Mark LeCras's last as an Eagleleaders Adelaide and then headlong into the biggest decision of his career as e
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 34 minutes ago
leaders Adelaide and then headlong into the biggest decision of his career as early as next week if the Eagles miss the AFL finals. As expectations rage that experienced key defender Eric Mackenzie is about to take a new one-year contract at... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane Lions' Sam Skinner needs third knee reconstructionafter enduring his third ruptured ACL. Skinner, 20, injured his left knee play
The Age / Posted 53 minutes ago
after enduring his third ruptured ACL. Skinner, 20, injured his left knee playing for the Lions' reserves in the NEAFL against Greater Western Sydney on Saturday. Buddy heroics help sink Crows, Matt Suckling has quite the leg, Dangerfield... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane Lions' Sam Skinner needs third knee reconstructionafter enduring his third ruptured ACL. Skinner, 20, injured his left knee play
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 54 minutes ago
after enduring his third ruptured ACL. Skinner, 20, injured his left knee playing for the Lions' reserves in the NEAFL against Greater Western Sydney on Saturday. It's the opposite knee to the one he had reconstructed in 2015 and 2016,... Read more
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Perth Now
Wilson is the Giants’ metre manA REV-UP from coach Leon Cameron has helped Nathan Wilson become the AFL’s vers
Perth Now / Posted an hour ago
A REV-UP from coach Leon Cameron has helped Nathan Wilson become the AFL’s version of the ultimate metre eater. The underrated defender gains more territory than any other GWS Giant, averaging 517m every time he plays, ranking him third in the AFL... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Ridiculous’: Max Tax heading to Adelaide OvalMCG a fortnight ago, swept through Ballarat last weekend and is now on its way
Adelaide Now / Posted an hour ago
MCG a fortnight ago, swept through Ballarat last weekend and is now on its way to the Adelaide Oval. That is unless the AFL heeds goalkicking great Jonathan Brown’s advice and “gets rid” of what he has described as a “terrible” and “ridiculous”... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Finally, AFL finals loom again for Essendon BombersEverything about Essendon's 2000 AFL premiership team said "dynasty". No one c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Everything about Essendon's 2000 AFL premiership team said "dynasty". No one could have foreseen the succession of barren Septembers that would follow. In 2000, Essendon lost only one game on the way to their 16th and most recent premiership. The... Read more
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The Age
Finally, AFL finals loom again for Essendon BombersEverything about Essendon's 2000 AFL premiership team said "dynasty". No one c
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Everything about Essendon's 2000 AFL premiership team said "dynasty". No one could have foreseen the succession of barren Septembers that would follow. Buddy heroics help sink Crows, Matt Suckling has quite the leg, Dangerfield again BOG as Cats... Read more
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News.com.au
Devastating: Lions youngster ruptures ACL againAFL: Nick Riewoldt and Jonathan Brown's compare their courageous marks, talking
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
AFL: Nick Riewoldt and Jonathan Brown's compare their courageous marks, talking through the vision of their respective takes Brisbane Lions player Sam Skinner. Must credit: David Layden BRISBANE youngster Sam Skinner has been dealt a horrible blow,... Read more
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News.com.au
Crows need rapid response to slow starts: Walkerwe handballed backwards and we couldn’t absorb their pressure. “So that is som
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
we handballed backwards and we couldn’t absorb their pressure. “So that is something we spoke about after the game.’’ AFL: Crows press conference (18/08/2017) Walker said he doesn't believe the problem is mental — “everyone prepares for games... Read more
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The North West Star
Saints Carlisle cleared while Power's Jonas cops banguilty by the tribunal and is serving a three-game ban because of his bad recor
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
guilty by the tribunal and is serving a three-game ban because of his bad record. There have since been calls from the AFL Players' Association to review the MRP because of a perceived over-correction in policing punches, along with a... Read more
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The Border Mail
AFL Goldfields defends charging entry for junior finalsAFL Goldfields has defended charging entry into junior BFNL finals. AFL Goldfi
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
AFL Goldfields has defended charging entry into junior BFNL finals. AFL Goldfields has defended charging entry into junior finals of the Ballarat Football Netball League. Despite free entry being granted throughout the home and away season,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Giants, Swans could gatecrash MCGAFL Grand Final: All-Sydney final a real possibility | Daily Telegraph AS if E
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
AFL Grand Final: All-Sydney final a real possibility | Daily Telegraph AS if Eddie McGuire’s year couldn’t get any worse, now for the Grand Final that will have the besieged Collingwood boss looking for somewhere to hide. It might be six weeks away... Read more
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The Courier
AFL Goldfields defends charging entry for junior finalsAFL Goldfields has defended charging entry into junior BFNL finals. AFL Goldfi
The Courier / Posted 3 hours ago
AFL Goldfields has defended charging entry into junior BFNL finals. AFL Goldfields has defended charging entry into junior finals of the Ballarat Football Netball League. Despite free entry being granted throughout the home and away season,... Read more
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New York Magazine
Trump Squandered His Opportunity With Union Voterswilling to forfeit any hope of influencing the new president’s agenda on trade
New York Magazine / Posted 4 hours ago
willing to forfeit any hope of influencing the new president’s agenda on trade and labor rights for solidarity’s sake. AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka agreed to sit on Trump’s manufacturing council, in hopes of claiming victories for his... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Two more public holidays for WA workers under Easter plancomparison, Victoria has 13 days — including Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
comparison, Victoria has 13 days — including Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday, Melbourne Cup Day and, more recently, AFL Grand Final Friday. External Link: Datawrapper - public holidays "We are really lagging behind every other state and... Read more
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ArenaFan
AFL Announces All-Arena First and Second Teams (AFL Announces All-Arena First and Second Teams Monday August 21, 2017 ArenaBo
ArenaFan / Posted 5 hours ago
AFL Announces All-Arena First and Second Teams Monday August 21, 2017 ArenaBowl features 18 of 36 players named to the All-Arena First and Second Teams LAS VEGAS – The Arena Football League has announced the 2017 All-Arena First and Second Teams.... Read more
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Louisiana Weekly
President Obama’s policies still drive economic growthfor whites. July’s numbers showed Black unemployment at 7.4 percent, Hispanics
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 8 hours ago
for whites. July’s numbers showed Black unemployment at 7.4 percent, Hispanics at 5.1 percent and whites at 3.8. In 2013, AFL-CIO Chief economist Bill Spriggs wrote: “A big puzzle in looking at the changes in the Black unemployment rate is the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
China to Strengthen Military Friendship With Liberiagrowing in recent years and his country will continue to strengthen the friends
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 hours ago
growing in recent years and his country will continue to strengthen the friendship in taking the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) to a higher level. Col. Zhang recalls that the National Defense of China has been providing AFL with some necessary... Read more
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The Age
Pastoral matters: Showing respect is more than words, it is actionsgovernment stop giving our money to private health insurers instead of health c
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
government stop giving our money to private health insurers instead of health care? Hans Paas, Castlemaine So now in the AFL it is fair to swing your boot head-high into an opponent, but you get rubbed out for a push in the chest! Leo Gamble,... Read more
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Canberra Times
St Kilda's Jake Carlisle cleared while Port Adelaide's Tom Jonas cops two match ban Carlisle of the Saints (third from left) after being reported. Photo: AAP Ther
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
Carlisle of the Saints (third from left) after being reported. Photo: AAP There have since been calls from the AFL Players' Association to review the MRP because of a perceived over-correction in policing punches, along with a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Pull plug on pokies: AFL commission chairman Richard GoyderAFL commission chairman Richard Goyder says he "hates" pokies, and will seek to
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
AFL commission chairman Richard Goyder says he "hates" pokies, and will seek to use his personal authority to wean clubs off them. "We're going to have a good look and see whether there's the opportunity to at least lessen the reliance," Goyder told... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jake Kolodjashnij re-signs with Geelong, shutting talk he would form part of Gary Ablett Gold Coast tradebetter. "Wylie and Jordan continue to work hard at their craft and while they
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
better. "Wylie and Jordan continue to work hard at their craft and while they haven't experienced a lot of football at AFL level, we hope to integrate them as part of our core group in the coming years. Both display the values of the club... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dockers investigate alleged racial abuse of player by person in corporate boxby a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basi
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
by a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basis for the match," the statement said. "The AFL has been advised and the club is making further enquiries about the matter. "We will be in a position to comment further... Read more
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Canberra Times
Essendon Bombers' Michael Hurley could miss another week in AFLInjured Essendon defender Michael Hurley is unsure whether he can recover in ti
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
Injured Essendon defender Michael Hurley is unsure whether he can recover in time for the crunch AFL match against Fremantle. A calf muscle strain meant Hurley sat out Saturday's win over Gold Coast, only the second game he has missed this season... Read more
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Canberra Times
Richmond had a right to know Chris Yarran's drug secretsThe sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addictio
Canberra Times / Posted 10 hours ago
The sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addiction cannot help but vindicate critics of the AFL's illicit drugs policy and raise the eye brows of football supporters who analysed every nuance of that 2015 trade... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Kerry taking steps to keep rising stars at homethey don't lose their best young footballers to Aussie Rules. David Clifford i
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 12 hours ago
they don't lose their best young footballers to Aussie Rules. David Clifford is sure to become an even bigger target for AFL clubs after he scored 1-10 in a breathtaking display against Cavan in yesterday's All-Ireland minor football semi-final.... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Roger Goodell Reportedly Close to Signing 5-Year Contract Extension with NFLpreferred stability at commissioner. The league has had just three commissioner
Bleacher Report / Posted 13 hours ago
preferred stability at commissioner. The league has had just three commissioners—Pete Rozelle, Paul Tagliabue and Goodell—since the AFL-NFL merger. This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes... Read more
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Herald Sun
Battler putt-putts his way to big paydayto Asian Tour qualifying school in Thailand next year. I’ve saved five grand th
Herald Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
to Asian Tour qualifying school in Thailand next year. I’ve saved five grand there (on entry fees).” The devoted Richmond AFL fan reckons anything is possible now: “Richmond and my mate Jack Riewoldt are doing well this year...now that would be a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Acting Defense Minister Calls for More Training for AFL Soldiersthe Liberian Defense Sector for the professional management of the Defense Sect
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 hours ago
the Liberian Defense Sector for the professional management of the Defense Sector over the years. Hon Morehouse assured the Minister of the United States preparedness in assisting the AFL in alleviating the challenges faced in the area of maintenan... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Downstate Republican congressman says Trump derailing his own agendaover the airwaves. Do Your Job Inc., a tax-exempt group led by two Democratic
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
over the airwaves. Do Your Job Inc., a tax-exempt group led by two Democratic lawmakers and the head of the Illinois AFL-CIO, says it's spending $500,000 on TV spots to try to pressure Republican lawmakers to override the governor's rewrite... Read more
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News.com.au
Concussion forces star into retirementAFL: Carlton great Robert Walls gives his 3-2-1 for the Blues' 1987 premiership
News.com.au / Posted 14 hours ago
AFL: Carlton great Robert Walls gives his 3-2-1 for the Blues' 1987 premiership reunion on the weekend. Jack Fitzpatrick has announced his retirement. HAWTHORN cult figure Jack Fitzpatrick has been forced into retirement due to concussion. The big... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Mitchell hopes Gabba stays au naturaletrack.’’ Mitchell was a revered figure in the curating world but he was the su
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
track.’’ Mitchell was a revered figure in the curating world but he was the subject of a torrent of unfair abuse from the AFL fraternity this year when the AFL Women’s Grand Final had to be shifted to the Gold Coast after he was given less than a... Read more
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News.com.au
Mitchell hopes Gabba stays au naturaletrack.’’ Mitchell was a revered figure in the curating world but he was the su
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
track.’’ Mitchell was a revered figure in the curating world but he was the subject of a torrent of unfair abuse from the AFL fraternity this year when the AFL Women’s Grand Final had to be shifted to the Gold Coast after he was given less than a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brereton in awe: ‘There’s no one tougher’PLAYING in the AFL is no mean feat, just look at the amount of players who get
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
PLAYING in the AFL is no mean feat, just look at the amount of players who get stretchered off each week after brutal collisions. We’ve seen some astonishing feats of toughness this year, especially from the likes of Joel Selwood. The Geelong star... Read more
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The North West Star
Tigers had right to know Yarran's drug secretsThe sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addictio
The North West Star / Posted 15 hours ago
The sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addiction cannot help but vindicate critics of the AFL's illicit drugs policy and raise the eye brows of football supporters who analysed every nuance of that 2015 trade... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Richmond had a right to know Chris Yarran's drug secretsThe sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addictio
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
The sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addiction cannot help but vindicate critics of the AFL's illicit drugs policy and raise the eye brows of football supporters who analysed every nuance of that 2015 trade... Read more
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The Age
Richmond had a right to know Chris Yarran's drug secretsThe sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addictio
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
The sad but ultimately hopeful story of Chris Yarran's battle with ice addiction cannot help but vindicate critics of the AFL's illicit drugs policy and raise the eye brows of football supporters who analysed every nuance of that 2015 trade... Read more
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News.com.au
Brereton in awe: ‘There’s no one tougher’AFL: Fox Sports' Drew Jones recaps the weekend of footy. PERTH, AUSTRALIA — AU
News.com.au / Posted 15 hours ago
AFL: Fox Sports' Drew Jones recaps the weekend of footy. PERTH, AUSTRALIA — AUGUST 20: Jacob Townsend of the Tigers celebrates a goal during the round 22 AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Richmond Tigers at Domain Stadium on August 20,... Read more
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WA Today
Police and footy commission investigate bench which was taken from Domainthat there are still at least three events remaining at Domain Stadium includin
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
that there are still at least three events remaining at Domain Stadium including this Sunday's West Coast Eagles v Adelaide AFL game, the WAFL Grand Final on Sunday, September 24 and the International Rules game on Saturday, November 18," the... Read more
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WA Today
Dockers investigate alleged racial abuse of player by person in corporate boxby a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basi
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
by a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basis for the match," the statement said. "The AFL has been advised and the club is making further enquiries about the matter. "We will be in a position to comment further... Read more
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Perth Now
Why it's too early to call for Lyon's headLyon has a contract until the end of 2020,” Duffield said on this week’s editio
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
Lyon has a contract until the end of 2020,” Duffield said on this week’s edition of the Duff and Quarters The Wash-up AFL podcast. “With the (spending) cap that applies to football departments now, if you sack the coach his contract payout... Read more
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Perth Now
Fans in hot seat over Subi souvenirthe men, there ares still three games to be played at Domain Stadium — the Eagl
Perth Now / Posted 15 hours ago
the men, there ares still three games to be played at Domain Stadium — the Eagles clash with Adelaide this weekend, the WAFL Grand Final on September 24 and the International Rules fixture on November 18. “The WAFC is working with the Fremantle... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dockers investigate alleged racial abuse of player by person in corporate boxby a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
by a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basis for the match," the statement said. "The AFL has been advised and the club is making further enquiries about the matter. "We will be in a position to comment further... Read more
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The Age
Dockers investigate alleged racial abuse of player by person in corporate boxby a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basi
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
by a male person who was a guest in a corporate box purchased on a one-off basis for the match," the statement said. "The AFL has been advised and the club is making further enquiries about the matter. "We will be in a position to comment further... Read more
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News.com.au
Thanks, Fitz: Big Hawk hangs up the bootsAFL: Carlton great Robert Walls gives his 3-2-1 for the Blues' 1987 premiership
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
AFL: Carlton great Robert Walls gives his 3-2-1 for the Blues' 1987 premiership reunion on the weekend. Jack Fitzpatrick has announced his retirement. HAWTHORN cult figure Jack Fitzpatrick has been forced into retirement due to concussion. The big... Read more
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Perth Now
Dockers star 'racially abused'racially abused by a male person who was a guest in a corporate box,” the Docke
Perth Now / Posted 16 hours ago
racially abused by a male person who was a guest in a corporate box,” the Dockers said in a statement. “(The box) was purchased on a one-off basis for the match.” The AFL has been advised while Fremantle are continuing to investigate the re... Read more
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The Age
Pull plug on pokies: AFL commission chairman Richard GoyderAFL commission chairman Richard Goyder says he "hates" pokies, and will seek to
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
AFL commission chairman Richard Goyder says he "hates" pokies, and will seek to use his personal authority to wean clubs off them. "We're going to have a good look and see whether there's the opportunity to at least lessen the reliance," Goyder told... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Pull plug on pokies: AFL commission chairman Richard GoyderAFL commission chairman Richard Goyder says he "hates" pokies, and will seek to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
AFL commission chairman Richard Goyder says he "hates" pokies, and will seek to use his personal authority to wean clubs off them. "We're going to have a good look and see whether there's the opportunity to at least lessen the reliance," Goyder told... Read more
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