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The North West Star
Fremantle Dockers: why finishing top doesn't guarantee an AFL premiershipFremantle may have clinched its first minor premiership, but finishing on top o
Fremantle Dockers: why finishing top doesn't guarantee an AFL premiership
The North West Star / Posted 21 minutes ago
Fremantle may have clinched its first minor premiership, but finishing on top of the AFL ladder far from guarantees a team grand final success. Fremantle may have clinched its first minor premiership, but finishing on top of the AFL ladder far from... Read more
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The North West Star
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
The North West Star / Posted 21 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Daily Liberal / Posted 26 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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The Border Mail
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
The Border Mail / Posted 29 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 33 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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The Courier
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
The Courier / Posted 36 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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The Courier
One point from gloryBallarat Eureka Strikers need just a draw on Wednesday night to claim the Footb
One point from glory
The Courier / Posted 36 minutes ago
Ballarat Eureka Strikers need just a draw on Wednesday night to claim the Football Federation Victoria women’s state league one crown. HEADER: Alyson Pym clears the ball out of defence during the Strikers' 3-1 win over University of Melbourne on... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 53 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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The Young Witness
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
The Young Witness / Posted 55 minutes ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Western Advocate
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Manning River Times
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his wayREGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too f
Napthine resigns | Denis did it his way
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
REGRETS? Denis Napthine has a few but, as Frank Sinatra famously warbled, too few to mention. Former premier Denis Napthine shakes hands with reporters prior to his resignation speech at State Parliament on Monday morning. REGRETS? Denis Napthine... Read more
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Weekly Times
Former Vic minister quits politicsTHE man responsible for establishing Public Transport Victoria has resigned. T
Former Vic minister quits politics
Weekly Times / Posted an hour ago
THE man responsible for establishing Public Transport Victoria has resigned. TERRY Mulder, a former Liberal roads and public transport minister, announced on Monday he would be quitting politics after 16 years. He also chaired the Ministerial Road... Read more
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The North West Star
Ultimate Footy: Four Rs, round 22The Right, wRong, Regrettable and Ridiculous of round 22. Some stories you sim
Ultimate Footy: Four Rs, round 22
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
The Right, wRong, Regrettable and Ridiculous of round 22. Some stories you simply cannot help but be drawn to – and the plight of sublimely talented yet perennially injured Cat Daniel Menzel is one of them. Playing in his first AFL game since 2011,... Read more
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News.com.au
Former Vic minister quits politicsTHE man responsible for establishing Public Transport Victoria has resigned. T
Former Vic minister quits politics
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
THE man responsible for establishing Public Transport Victoria has resigned. TERRY Mulder, a former Liberal roads and public transport minister, announced on Monday he would be quitting politics after 16 years. He also chaired the Ministerial Road... Read more
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SportsFan
AFL Crows don't take Dangerfield baitThe Adelaide Crows aren't taking the Geelong baiting of their superstar midfiel
AFL Crows don't take Dangerfield bait
SportsFan / Posted an hour ago
The Adelaide Crows aren't taking the Geelong baiting of their superstar midfielder Patrick Dangerfield. Dangerfield and his Crows teammates travel to play Geelong on Saturday with the Brownlow medal fancy's future unclear. Geelong, based near... Read more
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The Courier
Alfredton, Mounties land baseball premiershipsALFREDTON is the Geelong Baseball Association B grade premier and champion. AL
Alfredton, Mounties land baseball premierships
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
ALFREDTON is the Geelong Baseball Association B grade premier and champion. ALFREDTON PREMIERS AND CHAMPIONS: back left, Glen Lloyd, Erich Grant, Pat Clark, John Marshall, Dan Hamilton, Nathan Yates (coach) Craig Spielvogel, Greg Quayle; front, Ben... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Napthine resigns | Career in picturesDenis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985.
Napthine resigns | Career in pictures
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
Denis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985. A youthful Denis Napthine in a Winchelsea Young Farmers t-shirt. Denis Napthine with his wife Peggy after a preselection defeat in 1985. South West Residential Services... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Napthine resigns | Career in picturesDenis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985.
Napthine resigns | Career in pictures
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
Denis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985. A youthful Denis Napthine in a Winchelsea Young Farmers t-shirt. Denis Napthine with his wife Peggy after a preselection defeat in 1985. South West Residential Services... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Napthine resigns | Career in picturesDenis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985.
Napthine resigns | Career in pictures
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
Denis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985. A youthful Denis Napthine in a Winchelsea Young Farmers t-shirt. Denis Napthine with his wife Peggy after a preselection defeat in 1985. South West Residential Services... Read more
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The Young Witness
Napthine resigns | Career in picturesDenis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985.
Napthine resigns | Career in pictures
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
Denis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985. A youthful Denis Napthine in a Winchelsea Young Farmers t-shirt. Denis Napthine with his wife Peggy after a preselection defeat in 1985. South West Residential Services... Read more
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Western Advocate
Napthine resigns | Career in picturesDenis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985.
Napthine resigns | Career in pictures
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
Denis Napthine as a Liberal Party preselection candidate for Polwarth in 1985. A youthful Denis Napthine in a Winchelsea Young Farmers t-shirt. Denis Napthine with his wife Peggy after a preselection defeat in 1985. South West Residential Services... Read more
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The Courier
Alfredton, Mounties land baseball premiershipsALFREDTON is the Geelong Baseball Association B grade premier and champion. AL
Alfredton, Mounties land baseball premierships
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
ALFREDTON is the Geelong Baseball Association B grade premier and champion. ALFREDTON PREMIERS AND CHAMPIONS: back left, Glen Lloyd, Erich Grant, Pat Clark, John Marshall, Dan Hamilton, Nathan Yates (coach) Craig Spielvogel, Greg Quayle; front, Ben... Read more
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SportsFan
Bevo's Bulldogs have plenty of biteDockers Top Table Lucy Polkinghorne looks at the AFL action from the weekend i
Bevo's Bulldogs have plenty of bite
SportsFan / Posted 4 hours ago
Dockers Top Table Lucy Polkinghorne looks at the AFL action from the weekend including Freo lock in the minor premiership, the Crows make a statement, and North Melbourne's streak is over. Related Links Finals footy can be whatever you want it to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Former Victorian premier Denis Napthine quits politicsFormer Victorian premier Denis Napthine retires from politics Former Victorian
Former Victorian premier Denis Napthine quits politics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
Former Victorian premier Denis Napthine retires from politics Former Victorian premier Denis Napthine has formally ended his career in politics, retiring after 27 years in State Parliament. "It has been an absolute honour and privilege to serve in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Former Vic premier Napthine quits politicsFormer Victorian premier Denis Napthine has announced his retirement from polit
Former Vic premier Napthine quits politics
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
Former Victorian premier Denis Napthine has announced his retirement from politics. Dr Napthine said it was an absolute honour and privilege to serve in the Victorian parliament for the past 27 years. Signing the state up to the National Disability... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Dockers set to field B team against Port AdelaideFremantle to sit down with AFL as Dockers plan to field B team against Port Ade
Dockers set to field B team against Port Adelaide
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 hours ago
Fremantle to sit down with AFL as Dockers plan to field B team against Port Adelaide Fremantle coach Ross Lyon will sit down with his team's medical staff this week to decide which players to rest for Saturday's AFL clash with the Power in... Read more
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SportsFan
The reckless and clumsy push their luckThe cameraman who upended Usain Bolt has presented the star with a bracelet as
The reckless and clumsy push their luck
SportsFan / Posted 9 hours ago
The cameraman who upended Usain Bolt has presented the star with a bracelet as a way of an apology. Photo Source: AP Related Links Daniel Menzel (Geelong) The four years Menzel had to wait from his last AFL appearance until his incredible return... Read more
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Daily Examiner
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
Daily Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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Northern Star
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
Northern Star / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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Queensland Times
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
Queensland Times / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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News Mail
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisionsTHE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as
No pussyfooting around the Cats’ tough decisions
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
THE Cats have finally run out of lives. And already on life support, it was as if they had pulled the plug themselves on their ninth and last last Friday night. The end of an era came without so much as a whimper from this once powerful... Read more
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SportsFan
Dockers ponder B team for Power clashFremantle coach Ross Lyon will sit down with his team's medical staff this week
Dockers ponder B team for Power clash
SportsFan / Posted 10 hours ago
Fremantle coach Ross Lyon will sit down with his team's medical staff this week to decide which players to rest for Saturday's AFL clash with the Power in Adelaide. The Dockers are set to rest a host of their best players for the Power clash after... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tim Hargreaves to coach MulwalaYARRAWONGA champion Tim Hargreaves has played his last game for the Pigeons aft
Tim Hargreaves to coach Mulwala
The Border Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
YARRAWONGA champion Tim Hargreaves has played his last game for the Pigeons after taking up an offer to coach Mulwala in the Murray league next season. Hargreaves, 34, told the Pigeons at the wee YARRAWONGA champion Tim Hargreaves has played his... Read more
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SportsFan
Dockers to tackle fatigueHighlights: Fremantle v Melbourne The Dockers and Demons clash in round 22 Fr
Dockers to tackle fatigue
SportsFan / Posted 18 hours ago
Highlights: Fremantle v Melbourne The Dockers and Demons clash in round 22 Fremantle coach Ross Lyon will contact the AFL on Monday to let them know of his intention to rest a mass of key players for the club's upcoming clash with the Power in... Read more
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The North West Star
Geelong to give fans the chance to farewell departing starsGeelong will decide in the next few days how to best manage the public exit of
Geelong to give fans the chance to farewell departing stars
The North West Star / Posted 19 hours ago
Geelong will decide in the next few days how to best manage the public exit of some of their much-loved veteran players. Geelong will decide in the next few days how to best manage the public exit of some of their much-loved veteran players. With... Read more
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The North West Star
Age Footballer of the Year: Round 22 votesRound 22 votes for the Age Footballer of the Year award for the 2015 premiershi
Age Footballer of the Year: Round 22 votes
The North West Star / Posted 19 hours ago
Round 22 votes for the Age Footballer of the Year award for the 2015 premiership season. The following are the round 22 votes for the Age Footballer of the Year award for the 2015 premiership season. GEELONG v COLLINGWOOD(Jon Pierik) Scott... Read more
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SportsFan
Dockers to tackle fatigue in AFLFremantle coach Ross Lyon will contact the AFL on Monday to let them know of hi
Dockers to tackle fatigue in AFL
SportsFan / Posted 19 hours ago
Fremantle coach Ross Lyon will contact the AFL on Monday to let them know of his intention to rest a mass of key players for the club's upcoming clash with the Power in Adelaide. The Dockers secured the minor premiership on Sunday with a 54-point... Read more
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The North West Star
End of era needn't mean end of the line for GeelongAn era is about to end for Geelong. But another successful period may be a lot
End of era needn't mean end of the line for Geelong
The North West Star / Posted 20 hours ago
An era is about to end for Geelong. But another successful period may be a lot closer than some people think. Geelong's pasting at the hands of Collingwood on Friday night might have rung a few bells for Cats fans. It was in the 2010 preliminary... Read more
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The North West Star
AFL finals 2015: How things stand entering round 23The top eight landscape entering the final round of the year. There are nine g
AFL finals 2015: How things stand entering round 23
The North West Star / Posted 20 hours ago
The top eight landscape entering the final round of the year. There are nine games to go before the finals, and although the eight finalists are set, there's plenty to play for in the last round of the season. Here's the situation for the each of... Read more
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SportsFan
Tussle for grid spots heats upThe top-eight train has left the station, but there'll be some significant jost
Tussle for grid spots heats up
SportsFan / Posted 20 hours ago
The top-eight train has left the station, but there'll be some significant jostling behind closed doors before the teams arrive at their finals destination. Geelong's shock 48-point loss to Collingwood on Friday night means no new teams can break... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles | photos, videoA first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles | photos, video
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 21 hours ago
A first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win against the West Coast Eagles. GOALS – Adelaide: Jenkins 6, Walker 3, Betts, Lynch, Cameron 2, Dangerfield, Sloane, Knight, Atkins. West Coast: Le Cras, Cripps 2,... Read more
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The Courier
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles | photos, videoA first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles | photos, video
The Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
A first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win against the West Coast Eagles. GOALS – Adelaide: Jenkins 6, Walker 3, Betts, Lynch, Cameron 2, Dangerfield, Sloane, Knight, Atkins. West Coast: Le Cras, Cripps 2,... Read more
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The Courier
Rebels top-ranked for finalsMinor premiership and double finals chance secure for Rebels BREAK FREE: Rebel
Rebels top-ranked for finals
The Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
Minor premiership and double finals chance secure for Rebels BREAK FREE: Rebel Ben Simpson powers away from Charger Vincent Adduci at Eureka Stadium on Saturday. Picture: Kate Healy A FINAL quarter burst led the Rebels to a 34-point win that... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over EaglesA first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 hours ago
A first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win against the West Coast Eagles. GOALS – Adelaide: Jenkins 6, Walker 3, Betts, Lynch, Cameron 2, Dangerfield, Sloane, Knight, Atkins. West Coast: Le Cras, Cripps 2,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles | photos, videoA first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win
Crows' opening blitz sees them soar over Eagles | photos, video
The Young Witness / Posted 21 hours ago
A first quarter blitz from the Adelaide Crows helped set up a comprehensive win against the West Coast Eagles. GOALS – Adelaide: Jenkins 6, Walker 3, Betts, Lynch, Cameron 2, Dangerfield, Sloane, Knight, Atkins. West Coast: Le Cras, Cripps 2,... Read more
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