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News.com.au
Footy’s public enemy opens up on brutal onslaughtthe “Game Changers: Diversity in Football” exhibition. And now that the deal i
News.com.au / Posted 19 hours ago
the “Game Changers: Diversity in Football” exhibition. And now that the deal is done, he said a weight has been lifted. Jack Watts gets into Jason Johannisen. Picture: George SalpigtidisSource:News Corp Australia “A lot of people were talking... Read more
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News.com.au
It’s been a bumpy ride: JJthe “Game Changers: Diversity in Football” exhibition. And now that the deal i
News.com.au / Posted 20 hours ago
the “Game Changers: Diversity in Football” exhibition. And now that the deal is done, he said a weight has been lifted. Jack Watts gets into Jason Johannisen. Picture: George SalpigtidisSource:News Corp Australia “A lot of people were talking... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne focused on turning around 'sh--house' starts, says ruckman Max Gawntwo games. I probably came back a tad too early," he said. Melbourne's win on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
two games. I probably came back a tad too early," he said. Melbourne's win on Saturday marked the return of Jack Viney, Jack Watts, Christian Salem and Dom Tyson from injury, meaning Melbourne are nearing full strength. Co-captain Nathan Jones... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne focused on turning around 'sh--house' starts, says ruckman Max Gawntwo games. I probably came back a tad too early," he said. Melbourne's win on
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
two games. I probably came back a tad too early," he said. Melbourne's win on Saturday marked the return of Jack Viney, Jack Watts, Christian Salem and Dom Tyson from injury, meaning Melbourne are nearing full strength. Co-captain Nathan Jones... Read more
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News.com.au
‘I don’t think he feels pain’: Viney inspires winfor his first match of 2017, collecting 16 disposals at an 81.3 per cent effici
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
for his first match of 2017, collecting 16 disposals at an 81.3 per cent efficiency. Jack Trengove celebrates the win with Jack Watts. Photo: AAP Image/Julian SmithSource:AAP “It is good just to have Jack just in the side,” Tyson said. “He’s... Read more
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The North West Star
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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The Border Mail
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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The Courier
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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The Young Witness
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Dees deny Port resurgence38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin won't guarantee Jack Trengove a spot following comeback gamehad returned ahead of schedule after missing just two matches with a foot injur
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
had returned ahead of schedule after missing just two matches with a foot injury, while Dom Tyson, Christian Salem and Jack Watts were also back after fitness setbacks. Small forward Jeff Garlett had also faced a challenging week, having... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne v Port Adelaide: Returning stars lift Dees to crucial win38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin won't guarantee Jack Trengove a spot following comeback gamehad returned ahead of schedule after missing just two matches with a foot injur
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
had returned ahead of schedule after missing just two matches with a foot injury, while Dom Tyson, Christian Salem and Jack Watts were also back after fitness setbacks. Small forward Jeff Garlett had also faced a challenging week, having... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin won't guarantee Jack Trengove a spot following comeback gamehad returned ahead of schedule after missing just two matches with a foot injur
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
had returned ahead of schedule after missing just two matches with a foot injury, while Dom Tyson, Christian Salem and Jack Watts were also back after fitness setbacks. Small forward Jeff Garlett had also faced a challenging week, having... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne v Port Adelaide: Returning stars lift Dees to crucial win38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne v Port Adelaide: Returning stars lift Dees to crucial win38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
38 more first term disposals than the Power. Such was Melbourne's control they led despite a slow start from 150-gamer Jack Watts, who spilled a sitter early in what was his first game in more than a month. It wasn't like every Dees touch was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jack Trengove's return one of AFL 2017's feel-good storieshave never been publicly revealed. He is one of five changes for the Power cla
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
have never been publicly revealed. He is one of five changes for the Power clash. Co-captain Jack Viney (plantar fascia), Jack Watts (hamstring), Christian Salem (hamstring) and Dom Tyson (knee) also return as the Demons fight to retain their spot... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dees forward Jeff Garlett 'good to go' to Melbourne. With 32 goals for the season so far, Garlett's presence is much-
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
to Melbourne. With 32 goals for the season so far, Garlett's presence is much-needed given tall forwards Jesse Hogan and Jack Watts are both on the comeback trail from injury layoffs. Simon Goodwin says small forward Jeff Garlett is ready to go.... Read more
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The Age
Dees forward Jeff Garlett 'good to go' to Melbourne. With 32 goals for the season so far, Garlett's presence is much-
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
to Melbourne. With 32 goals for the season so far, Garlett's presence is much-needed given tall forwards Jesse Hogan and Jack Watts are both on the comeback trail from injury layoffs. Simon Goodwin says small forward Jeff Garlett is ready to go.... Read more
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The Age
Cats hunting Crows in blockbuster rounda host of stars returning to their line-up for their huge meeting with Port Ade
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
a host of stars returning to their line-up for their huge meeting with Port Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday. Dom Tyson, Jack Watts, Jack Viney and Christian Salem are all back from injury to try and help Melbourne stay in the top eight. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cats hunting Crows in blockbuster rounda host of stars returning to their line-up for their huge meeting with Port Ade
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
a host of stars returning to their line-up for their huge meeting with Port Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday. Dom Tyson, Jack Watts, Jack Viney and Christian Salem are all back from injury to try and help Melbourne stay in the top eight. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
Geelong take Jackson Thurlow and Sam Simpson to Adelaide as cover for Patty Dangerfieldtheir side for Saturday's match against Port Adelaide at the MCG, naming Jack V
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
their side for Saturday's match against Port Adelaide at the MCG, naming Jack Viney, Dom Tyson, Christian Salem and Jack Watts to return from injury, while also picking ex-skipper Jack Trengove for what looms as his first senior appearance... Read more
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The Age
Geelong take Jackson Thurlow and Sam Simpson to Adelaide as cover for Patty Dangerfieldtheir side for Saturday's match against Port Adelaide at the MCG, naming Jack V
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
their side for Saturday's match against Port Adelaide at the MCG, naming Jack Viney, Dom Tyson, Christian Salem and Jack Watts to return from injury, while also picking ex-skipper Jack Trengove for what looms as his first senior appearance... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Geelong take Jackson Thurlow and Sam Simpson to Adelaide as cover for Patty Dangerfieldtheir side for Saturday's match against Port Adelaide at the MCG, naming Jack V
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
their side for Saturday's match against Port Adelaide at the MCG, naming Jack Viney, Dom Tyson, Christian Salem and Jack Watts to return from injury, while also picking ex-skipper Jack Trengove for what looms as his first senior appearance... Read more
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Rippa
Melbourne Demons v Port Adelaide Tips and Predictions - Port to pick up vital four points in their march towards the finalsweek suspension at the tribunal. Dean Kent is the latest casualty but the posit
Rippa / Posted 8 days ago
week suspension at the tribunal. Dean Kent is the latest casualty but the positive news for Dees fans is that Dom Tyson and Jack Watts should return. Port Adelaide have the luxury of having no-one on their injury list. Matthew Broadbent may return... Read more
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Perth Now
‘We would be the most reported side in the comp’season, with fellow midfielders and co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney mis
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
season, with fellow midfielders and co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney missing through injury. While Dom Tyson and Jack Watts are likely inclusions for this weekend’s clash against Port Adelaide, Vince’s absence will certainly be... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘We would be the most reported side in the comp’season, with fellow midfielders and co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney mis
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
season, with fellow midfielders and co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney missing through injury. While Dom Tyson and Jack Watts are likely inclusions for this weekend’s clash against Port Adelaide, Vince’s absence will certainly be... Read more
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News.com.au
‘We would be the most reported side in the comp’season, with fellow midfielders and co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney mis
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
season, with fellow midfielders and co-captains Nathan Jones and Jack Viney missing through injury. While Dom Tyson and Jack Watts are likely inclusions for this weekend’s clash against Port Adelaide, Vince’s absence will certainly be... Read more
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Perth Now
Barometer: Cats, Crows sweat on stars2 weeks Tim Smith (foot) season Dom Tyson (knee) test Aaron vandenBerg (heel
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
2 weeks Tim Smith (foot) season Dom Tyson (knee) test Aaron vandenBerg (heel) season Jack Viney (foot) 2 weeks Jack Watts (hamstring) test ON THE BLOCK: Another week, another Demon facing scrutiny from the Match Review Panel. Following... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne Demons' Bernie Vince in the spotlight for incidents in loss to Adelaide Crowsplaying just his second game back after recovering from testicular cancer while
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
playing just his second game back after recovering from testicular cancer while they travelled north without Jack Viney, Jack Watts, Nathan Jones and Christian Salem. "I think we had 11 guys under 50 games, which we saw some improvement in some... Read more
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Herald Sun
Crows to take ‘ultimate care’ with Roryon the extent of the injury, adding to a medical room crammed with sore players
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
on the extent of the injury, adding to a medical room crammed with sore players. Better news is the likely return of Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for Saturday’s clash with the in-form Port Adelaide at the MCG and the possibility co-captain Jack... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Crows to take ‘ultimate care’ with Roryon the extent of the injury, adding to a medical room crammed with sore players
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
on the extent of the injury, adding to a medical room crammed with sore players. Better news is the likely return of Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for Saturday’s clash with the in-form Port Adelaide at the MCG and the possibility co-captain Jack... Read more
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News.com.au
Crows to take ‘ultimate care’ with Roryon the extent of the injury, adding to a medical room crammed with sore players
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
on the extent of the injury, adding to a medical room crammed with sore players. Better news is the likely return of Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for Saturday’s clash with the in-form Port Adelaide at the MCG and the possibility co-captain Jack... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Demons' Bernie Vince in the spotlight for incidents in loss to Adelaide Crowsplaying just his second game back after recovering from testicular cancer while
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
playing just his second game back after recovering from testicular cancer while they travelled north without Jack Viney, Jack Watts, Nathan Jones and Christian Salem. "I think we had 11 guys under 50 games, which we saw some improvement in some... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne Demons' Bernie Vince in the spotlight for incidents in loss to Adelaide Crowsplaying just his second game back after recovering from testicular cancer while
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
playing just his second game back after recovering from testicular cancer while they travelled north without Jack Viney, Jack Watts, Nathan Jones and Christian Salem. "I think we had 11 guys under 50 games, which we saw some improvement in some... Read more
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Canberra Times
AFL teams: Collingwood name Daniel Wells to return ahead of schedulehave named Irishman Ciaran Byrne in their 25-man squad for what would be his fi
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
have named Irishman Ciaran Byrne in their 25-man squad for what would be his first senior game in more than 12 months. Jack Watts and Dom Tyson remain sidelined for Melbourne, who have made just one change for Saturday night's clash against... Read more
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The Age
AFL teams: Collingwood name Daniel Wells to return ahead of schedulehave named Irishman Ciaran Byrne in their 25-man squad for what would be his fi
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
have named Irishman Ciaran Byrne in their 25-man squad for what would be his first senior game in more than 12 months. Jack Watts and Dom Tyson remain sidelined for Melbourne, who have made just one change for Saturday night's clash against... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL teams: Collingwood name Daniel Wells to return ahead of schedulehave named Irishman Ciaran Byrne in their 25-man squad for what would be his fi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
have named Irishman Ciaran Byrne in their 25-man squad for what would be his first senior game in more than 12 months. Jack Watts and Dom Tyson remain sidelined for Melbourne, who have made just one change for Saturday night's clash against... Read more
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Adelaide Now
TEAMS: Ablett, Howe, Murphy set to return(EST) Carlton will be forced to make at least one change with star midfielder
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
(EST) Carlton will be forced to make at least one change with star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Meanwhile, Melbourne has already ruled out Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for its blockbuster against Adelaide in D... Read more
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News.com.au
TEAMS: Ablett, Howe, Murphy set to return(EST) Carlton will be forced to make at least one change with star midfielder
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
(EST) Carlton will be forced to make at least one change with star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Meanwhile, Melbourne has already ruled out Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for its blockbuster against Adelaide in D... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
TEAMS: Ablett, Howe, Murphy set to return(EST) Carlton will be forced to make at least one change with star midfielder
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 days ago
(EST) Carlton will be forced to make at least one change with star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Meanwhile, Melbourne has already ruled out Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for its blockbuster against Adelaide in D... Read more
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Herald Sun
TEAMS: Ablett, Howe, Murphy set to returnwith star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Mean
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
with star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Meanwhile, Melbourne has already ruled out Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for its blockbuster against Adelaide in Darwin. SEE THE ROUND 17 TEAMS AS THEY DROP AND GET EXPERT... Read more
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News.com.au
TEAMS: Ablett, Howe, Murphy set to returnwith star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Mean
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
with star midfielder Patrick Cripps out for the season with a broken leg. Meanwhile, Melbourne has already ruled out Jack Watts and Dom Tyson for its blockbuster against Adelaide in Darwin. SEE THE ROUND 17 TEAMS AS THEY DROP AND GET EXPERT... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dom Tyson, Jack Watts to miss Melbourne Demons' clash with Adelaide CrowsMelbourne will head into Saturday's AFL clash with Adelaide undermanned after D
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Melbourne will head into Saturday's AFL clash with Adelaide undermanned after Dom Tyson and Jack Watts failed to prove their fitness in training on Thursday. Coach Simon Goodwin said the pair, along with injured skippers Jack Viney and Nathan Jones... Read more
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