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The North West Star
No.1 pick? Tanks, but no tanks guys14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Di
The North West Star / Posted 21 hours ago
14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Dickson (WB), 58. Lachie Neale (Fre) 2010: 1. David Swallow (GC), 2. Harley Bennell (GC), 3. Sam Day (GC), 4. Andrew Gaff (WC), 5. Jared Polec (BL) - 8. Dyson Heppell... Read more
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The North West Star
No.1 pick? Tanks, but no tanks14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Di
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Dickson (WB), 58. Lachie Neale (Fre) 2010: 1. David Swallow (GC), 2. Harley Bennell (GC), 3. Sam Day (GC), 4. Andrew Gaff (WC), 5. Jared Polec (BL) - 8. Dyson Heppell... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane Lions and North Melbourne Kangaroos have no business trying lose on Saturday14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Di
The Age / Posted yesterday
14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Dickson (WB), 58. Lachie Neale (Fre) 2010: 1. David Swallow (GC), 2. Harley Bennell (GC), 3. Sam Day (GC), 4. Andrew Gaff (WC), 5. Jared Polec (BL) – 8. Dyson Heppell... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane Lions and North Melbourne Kangaroos have no business trying lose on Saturday14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Di
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
14. Devon Smith (GWS), 30. Elliot Yeo (BL), 33. Bradley Hill (Haw), 57. Tory Dickson (WB), 58. Lachie Neale (Fre) 2010: 1. David Swallow (GC), 2. Harley Bennell (GC), 3. Sam Day (GC), 4. Andrew Gaff (WC), 5. Jared Polec (BL) – 8. Dyson Heppell... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bombers fly up into the eight with win over Sunssecond quarter – after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behi
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
second quarter – after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behinds – he put the ball inside 50 again for David Swallow to take advantage. Equally busy was Trent McKenzie in the backline. The "Cannon", as he's known, hasn't shown... Read more
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The North West Star
Bombers fly up into the eight with win over Sunssecond quarter - after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behi
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
second quarter - after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behinds - he put the ball inside 50 again for David Swallow to take advantage. Equally busy was Trent McKenzie in the backline. The "Cannon", as he's known, hasn't shown... Read more
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4d
Sydney Morning Herald
Bombers fly up into the eight with win over Sunssecond quarter – after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
second quarter – after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behinds – he put the ball inside 50 again for David Swallow to take advantage. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Equally busy was Trent... Read more
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The Age
Bombers fly up into the eight with win over Sunssecond quarter – after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behi
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
second quarter – after the Bombers burned themselves with four consecutive behinds – he put the ball inside 50 again for David Swallow to take advantage. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Equally busy was Trent... Read more
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Rippa
Gold Coast Suns v Essendon Bombers Tips and Predictions - Bombers to pick up an important winGold Coast are inferior, except for clearances, ranking eighth, while the Dons
Rippa / Posted 6 days ago
Gold Coast are inferior, except for clearances, ranking eighth, while the Dons are 18th. Key players for the Suns include David Swallow, Aaron Hall and Jack Martin but their form and injuries would suggest a win is out of their reach. Gold Coast... Read more
7d
The North West Star
Too much to 'bear': Can the Suns finally rise?this will come out in Mark Evans' review, they fell short. Well short. But are
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
this will come out in Mark Evans' review, they fell short. Well short. But are the planks there? In Tom Lynch, Steven May, David Swallow, Ben Ainsworth and Pearce Hanley, among others, there is quality but is there enough depth and intensity? The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Too much to 'bear': Can the Gold Coast Suns finally rise? this will come out in Mark Evans' review, they fell short. Well short. But are
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
this will come out in Mark Evans' review, they fell short. Well short. But are the planks there? In Tom Lynch, Steven May, David Swallow, Ben Ainsworth and Pearce Hanley, among others, there is quality but is there enough depth and intensity? The... Read more
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The Age
Too much to 'bear': Can the Gold Coast Suns finally rise? this will come out in Mark Evans' review, they fell short. Well short. But are
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
this will come out in Mark Evans' review, they fell short. Well short. But are the planks there? In Tom Lynch, Steven May, David Swallow, Ben Ainsworth and Pearce Hanley, among others, there is quality but is there enough depth and intensity? The... Read more
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News.com.au
Suns must finally get realisticno longer have any bearing on the discussion. There is every chance Tom Lynch,
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
no longer have any bearing on the discussion. There is every chance Tom Lynch, Steven May, Sam Day, Rory Thompson and David Swallow will be the only 2010 draftees and special access selections left next year. Of the recruits, Jarrod Harbrow... Read more
11d
Canberra Times
Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast: Solomon's Suns mauled by Lionsresponse from his team was fierce. At the end of that first quarter, they were
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
response from his team was fierce. At the end of that first quarter, they were smashing the Lions in the contest, David Swallow a wrecking ball in the middle. And when they didn't have possession, the Suns tackled like their lives depended... Read more
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11d
The Age
Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast: Solomon's Suns mauled by Lionsresponse from his team was fierce. At the end of that first quarter, they were
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
response from his team was fierce. At the end of that first quarter, they were smashing the Lions in the contest, David Swallow a wrecking ball in the middle. And when they didn't have possession, the Suns tackled like their lives depended... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns: Solomon's Suns mauled by Lionsresponse from his team was fierce. At the end of that first quarter, they were
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
response from his team was fierce. At the end of that first quarter, they were smashing the Lions in the contest, David Swallow a wrecking ball in the middle. And when they didn't have possession, the Suns tackled like their lives depended... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The decisions Suns fluffed, Giants nailedin 2011, Gold Coast held eight picks inside the top 13 selections — and now jus
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
in 2011, Gold Coast held eight picks inside the top 13 selections — and now just three of those plays remain at the club in David Swallow (Pick 1), Sam Day (Pick 3) and Tom Lynch (Pick 11). Again, the Giants have shown a greater ability to retain... Read more
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Herald Sun
Solomon wants Suns to toughen uptwo major setbacks, with Gary Ablett suffering another hamstring tear and he wi
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
two major setbacks, with Gary Ablett suffering another hamstring tear and he will join Tom Lynch on the sidelines. However David Swallow, Jarryd Lyons, Callum Ah Chee and Ben Ainsworth return. The Lions have dropped Josh Schache and Alex Witherden... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Solomon wants Suns to toughen uptwo major setbacks, with Gary Ablett suffering another hamstring tear and he wi
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
two major setbacks, with Gary Ablett suffering another hamstring tear and he will join Tom Lynch on the sidelines. However David Swallow, Jarryd Lyons, Callum Ah Chee and Ben Ainsworth return. The Lions have dropped Josh Schache and Alex Witherden... Read more
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News.com.au
Solomon wants Suns to toughen uptwo major setbacks, with Gary Ablett suffering another hamstring tear and he wi
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
two major setbacks, with Gary Ablett suffering another hamstring tear and he will join Tom Lynch on the sidelines. However David Swallow, Jarryd Lyons, Callum Ah Chee and Ben Ainsworth return. The Lions have dropped Josh Schache and Alex Witherden... Read more
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Rippa
Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast Suns Tips and Predictions - Who will reign supreme in Q-clash?last weekend, while Sam Mayes may return. Gold Coast will be without as stack o
Rippa / Posted 14 days ago
last weekend, while Sam Mayes may return. Gold Coast will be without as stack of players, including Aaron Hall, while David Swallow remains in doubt. Stats Brisbane have won eight of the 13 games between the two sides, including the Round 1... Read more
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Perth Now
Why ‘old school’ Rocket was sackedis old-school. The stories of his sprays over his career are legendary. The to
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
is old-school. The stories of his sprays over his career are legendary. The tough individuals – Tom Lynch, Steven May and David Swallow – thrive under him. Too many have wilted. You rarely hear players refer to him. He is not the most significant... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why ‘old school’ Rocket was sackedis old-school. The stories of his sprays over his career are legendary. The to
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
is old-school. The stories of his sprays over his career are legendary. The tough individuals – Tom Lynch, Steven May and David Swallow – thrive under him. Too many have wilted. You rarely hear players refer to him. He is not the most significant... Read more
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14d
Perth Now
More Suns pain with Lynch done for yearwhen he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of th
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
when he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of the sacking of coach Rodney Eade. Solomon will be sweating on successful fitness tests for David Swallow, Jarrod Witts, Jarryd Lyons and Callum Ah Chee ahead of the QCl... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why ‘old school’ Rocket was sackedis old-school. The stories of his sprays over his career are legendary. The to
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
is old-school. The stories of his sprays over his career are legendary. The tough individuals – Tom Lynch, Steven May and David Swallow – thrive under him. Too many have wilted. You rarely hear players refer to him. He is not the most significant... Read more
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Herald Sun
More Suns pain with Lynch done for yearwhen he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of th
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
when he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of the sacking of coach Rodney Eade. Solomon will be sweating on successful fitness tests for David Swallow, Jarrod Witts, Jarryd Lyons and Callum Ah Chee ahead of the QCl... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
More Suns pain with Lynch done for yearwhen he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of th
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
when he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of the sacking of coach Rodney Eade. Solomon will be sweating on successful fitness tests for David Swallow, Jarrod Witts, Jarryd Lyons and Callum Ah Chee ahead of the QCl... Read more
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News.com.au
More Suns pain with Lynch done for yearwhen he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of th
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
when he arrived at the club with the rest of the playing group to be told of the sacking of coach Rodney Eade. Solomon will be sweating on successful fitness tests for David Swallow, Jarrod Witts, Jarryd Lyons and Callum Ah Chee ahead of the QCl... Read more
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Herald Sun
QClash Judgement Day for Eade, Sunsof this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth
Herald Sun / Posted 16 days ago
of this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth to play Fremantle and took no risks with David Swallow. A win doesn’t save him but it could delay a decision. The review into their football department was... Read more
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17d
The Courier Mail
QClash Judgement Day for Eade, Sunsof this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
of this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth to play Fremantle and took no risks with David Swallow. A win doesn’t save him but it could delay a decision. The review into their football department was... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
QClash Judgement Day for Eade, Sunsof this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
of this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth to play Fremantle and took no risks with David Swallow. A win doesn’t save him but it could delay a decision. The review into their football department was... Read more
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News.com.au
QClash Judgement Day for Eade, Sunsof this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
of this game, which is why he rested Michael Rischitelli from the trip to Perth to play Fremantle and took no risks with David Swallow. A win doesn’t save him but it could delay a decision. The review into their football department was... Read more
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17d
Geelong Advertiser
Suns ready to roll dice on injured starsAh Chee will also bypass the NEAFL if he passes a fitness test on the shoulder
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
Ah Chee will also bypass the NEAFL if he passes a fitness test on the shoulder he injured two weeks ago. The Suns expect David Swallow to also be available after he was a late withdrawal from the side that lost to Fremantle in Perth on Saturday... Read more
17d
News.com.au
Suns ready to roll dice on injured starsAFL: The Fremantle Dockers have stopped their losing streak with a good win ove
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
AFL: The Fremantle Dockers have stopped their losing streak with a good win over the Gold Coast Suns. David Swallow missed Gold Coast’s clash against Fremantle. Picture: Michael Klein GOLD Coast are planning to roll the dice with a host of big... Read more
17d
Daily Liberal
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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The Border Mail
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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The Young Witness
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
The Young Witness / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Western Advocate
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Kiama Independent
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Manning River Times
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
AFL round 20: Dockers prevail and cause more pain for Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cam McCarthy boots four goals as Fremantle beat Gold CoastNat Fyfe tackles Gold Coast's Pearce Hanley. Photo: AAP Gold Coast were dealt
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
Nat Fyfe tackles Gold Coast's Pearce Hanley. Photo: AAP Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cam McCarthy boots four goals as Fremantle beat Gold Coastcrossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
crossing at the end of last year from GWS to Fremantle. Gold Coast were dealt a blow before the match when midfielder David Swallow was forced out with a tight groin. their quest to win in Perth became even harder when midfielder Aaron Hall... Read more
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Canberra Times
Rioli spices up the Richmond Tigers' Dustin Martin showwas worth going to the game just to witness Daniel Rioli's poise. Photo: AFL Me
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
was worth going to the game just to witness Daniel Rioli's poise. Photo: AFL Media/Getty Images Martin started slowly – David Swallow was the only player strong enough to man him at stoppages, and Adam Saad the only one quick enough to go with... Read more
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The Age
Rioli spices up the Richmond Tigers' Dustin Martin showto the chest of Peter Wright for the Suns' third. It was fast, open play, and i
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
to the chest of Peter Wright for the Suns' third. It was fast, open play, and it suited the Suns. Martin started slowly – David Swallow was the only player strong enough to man him at stoppages, and Adam Saad the only one quick enough to go with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rioli spices up the Richmond Tigers' Dustin Martin showto the chest of Peter Wright for the Suns' third. It was fast, open play, and i
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
to the chest of Peter Wright for the Suns' third. It was fast, open play, and it suited the Suns. Martin started slowly – David Swallow was the only player strong enough to man him at stoppages, and Adam Saad the only one quick enough to go with... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Dogs and Picken blow Suns awayHanley in a tackle. The wind began to drop in the third quarter, and the Suns
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a month ago
Hanley in a tackle. The wind began to drop in the third quarter, and the Suns managed to mount a brief challenge, with David Swallow and Aaron Hall lifting in the middle and Ben Ainsworth again showing his precocious talent as a small forward,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Dogs and Picken blow Suns awayHanley in a tackle. The wind began to drop in the third quarter, and the Suns
The Young Witness / Posted a month ago
Hanley in a tackle. The wind began to drop in the third quarter, and the Suns managed to mount a brief challenge, with David Swallow and Aaron Hall lifting in the middle and Ben Ainsworth again showing his precocious talent as a small forward,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dogs and Picken blow Suns awayHanley in a tackle. The wind began to drop in the third quarter, and the Suns
Western Advocate / Posted a month ago
Hanley in a tackle. The wind began to drop in the third quarter, and the Suns managed to mount a brief challenge, with David Swallow and Aaron Hall lifting in the middle and Ben Ainsworth again showing his precocious talent as a small forward,... Read more
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