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Geelong Advertiser
Affordability key to boomHayeswinckle agent Peter Norman sold 14 Alan St, Grovedale, for above the askin
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 38 minutes ago
Hayeswinckle agent Peter Norman sold 14 Alan St, Grovedale, for above the asking price to first-home buyers for $500,000. Geelong buyers Nick Alford and Kylie Gamble said they had been looking for 12 months and would have inspected 20-30... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Injured Crow to be given every chance to make grand finalpremiership decider. "We will give him every chance," Pyke said after the Crow
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 48 minutes ago
premiership decider. "We will give him every chance," Pyke said after the Crows' 21.10 (136) to 10.15 (75) triumph over Geelong. "He's running to a reasonable level now. Clearly he will have to do some training at a pretty high level this week... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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The Young Witness
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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Western Advocate
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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Manning River Times
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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The North West Star
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong last night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record... Read more
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The Courier
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a... Read more
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Perth Now
Dusty tipped to smash Brownlow recordsindividual honour — a far cry from the $12 on offer back in January. With last
Perth Now / Posted 2 hours ago
individual honour — a far cry from the $12 on offer back in January. With last year’s winner Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) ineligible because of suspension, Hawthorn on-baller Tom Mitchell is the second favourite at $12. Greater Western... Read more
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The North West Star
AFL disputed terms of Cameron's contract extensiona move it also tried on Brisbane when the Lions extended Justin Leppitsch's con
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
a move it also tried on Brisbane when the Lions extended Justin Leppitsch's contract two years ago. Negotiations between Geelong and coach Chris Scott dragged into the start of this season when the Cats baulked at paying out the coach the full... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sea of yellow and black as Richmond Tigers prepare for preliminary finalmany barren years. The teams split their results through the season but the Ti
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
many barren years. The teams split their results through the season but the Tigers, fresh from a week off after thumping Geelong in the qualifying final, will begin their latest clash as a strong favourite. Coach Damien Hardwick said his players... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide: Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and deliverin
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Adelaide: Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record crowd for an AFL match at Adelaide Oval – 53,817 – and a scintillating return to form by Charlie... Read more
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Canberra Times
Adelaide Crows advance to decider with grace and goals to spareahead of whoever plays them. With grace and goals to spare, Adelaide took a mo
Canberra Times / Posted 7 hours ago
ahead of whoever plays them. With grace and goals to spare, Adelaide took a moment at the final siren to form up with Geelong to farewell Tom Lonergan and Andrew Mackie. The Cats held it together until the pair's names were raised post-match.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Paying off: First-home buyers reap the stamp duty benefitsgovernment areas that had proven popular for first-home buyers since the change
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 8 hours ago
government areas that had proven popular for first-home buyers since the changes include Wyndham, Casey, Hume, Moreland, Geelong, Bendigo, Shepparton and Ballarat. Mr Pallas said the government wanted to make it easier for young people in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Paying off: First-home buyers reap the stamp duty benefitsgovernment areas that had proven popular for first-home buyers since the change
The Border Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
government areas that had proven popular for first-home buyers since the changes include Wyndham, Casey, Hume, Moreland, Geelong, Bendigo, Shepparton and Ballarat. Mr Pallas said the government wanted to make it easier for young people in... Read more
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The Age
Assisted dying: The individual's right to end their sufferingspruiker, various announcements and flashing advertising around the ground, com
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
spruiker, various announcements and flashing advertising around the ground, combine to make conversation impossible. As for Geelong home games: at the MCG last Friday evening, supporters had to endure "goal, goal, goal" loudly broadcasted each time... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Disappointed Cats to haul over the coalsGEELONG coach Chris Scott says “it’s not the time” to grade his team’s season f
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 hours ago
GEELONG coach Chris Scott says “it’s not the time” to grade his team’s season following its 61-point preliminary final loss to Adelaide. The Cats were blown away by a rampant Adelaide in the first quarter, kicking six goals to one to set up a... Read more
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Perth Now
Crows romp past Cats into deciderADELAIDE livewire Charlie Cameron kicked five goals in a 61-point belting of Ge
Perth Now / Posted 10 hours ago
ADELAIDE livewire Charlie Cameron kicked five goals in a 61-point belting of Geelong in Friday night’s AFL preliminary final. The Crows have secured a spot in their first grand final since 1998 with a 21.10 (136) to 10.15 (75) triumph at Adelaide... Read more
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Perth Now
Were Cats, Crows trolling each other?better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game
Perth Now / Posted 10 hours ago
better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. Geelong started things off, sending former premiership player Matthew Scarlett to do a radio interview to let everyone know... Read more
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Perth Now
Sloane, Danger clash in epic contestWAS this the football contest of the year? With Geelong pressing hard at Adela
Perth Now / Posted 10 hours ago
WAS this the football contest of the year? With Geelong pressing hard at Adelaide Oval on Friday night, Patrick Dangerfield and Rory Sloane clashed, and we finally found out what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. The... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The dream is now real for Crowsaway the Cats with two goals in the first three minutes and never looked back.
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 hours ago
away the Cats with two goals in the first three minutes and never looked back. The final margin of 61 points embarrassed Geelong, but didn’t flatter the Crows. Adelaide premiership heroes of the past — Andrew McLeod, Darren Jarman, Tyson... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
The dream is now real for Crowsaway the Cats with two goals in the first three minutes and never looked back.
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 10 hours ago
away the Cats with two goals in the first three minutes and never looked back. The final margin of 61 points embarrassed Geelong, but didn’t flatter the Crows. Adelaide premiership heroes of the past – Andrew McLeod, Darren Jarman, Tyson... Read more
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News.com.au
The dream is now real for Crowsaway the Cats with two goals in the first three minutes and never looked back.
News.com.au / Posted 10 hours ago
away the Cats with two goals in the first three minutes and never looked back. The final margin of 61 points embarrassed Geelong, but didn’t flatter the Crows. Adelaide premiership heroes of the past – Andrew McLeod, Darren Jarman, Tyson... Read more
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The Age
Adelaide Crows advance to decider with grace and goals to sparewith Rory Sloane Photo: AAP With grace and goals to spare, Adelaide took a a m
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
with Rory Sloane Photo: AAP With grace and goals to spare, Adelaide took a a moment at the final siren to form up with Geelong to farewell Tom Lonergan and Andrew Mackie. As so often is true on an Adelaide night, it ended at the beginning. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Adelaide Crows advance to decider with grace and goals to sparewith Rory Sloane Photo: AAP With grace and goals to spare, Adelaide took a a m
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
with Rory Sloane Photo: AAP With grace and goals to spare, Adelaide took a a moment at the final siren to form up with Geelong to farewell Tom Lonergan and Andrew Mackie. As so often is true on an Adelaide night, it ended at the beginning. The... Read more
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The Age
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide: Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and deliverin
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
Adelaide: Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record crowd for an AFL match at Adelaide Oval – 53,817 – and a scintillating return to form by Charlie... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brilliant Adelaide Crows fly into AFL grand final after crushing Geelong CatsAdelaide: Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and deliverin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Adelaide: Adelaide stormed into their third grand final, flogging and delivering a knock-out blow to Geelong on Friday night. Inspired by a record crowd for an AFL match at Adelaide Oval – 53,817 – and a scintillating return to form by Charlie... Read more
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Perth Now
Cameron's starring role in Crows winhis 72nd game, the Swan Districts product saved his best career effort for the
Perth Now / Posted 11 hours ago
his 72nd game, the Swan Districts product saved his best career effort for the intense preliminary final spotlight. Geelong would rightly have been worried about Eddie Betts, but it was a different front-half speedster who provided plenty of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Black Caviar has her fourth foal – a filly by More Than Readyhas already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed An
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
has already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed And Excel, Oscietra, winning on debut at Geelong last month. Oscietra is in the stable of David Hayes, Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig and has been entered for a race at... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why education superpower Finland is interested in Victorian schoolsprograms have already caught his eye: the trailblazing Templestowe College whic
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
programs have already caught his eye: the trailblazing Templestowe College which has ditched year levels and the ATAR, Geelong Grammar School's positive education movement, and a DIY playground organisation Playground Ideas. They are among... Read more
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Canberra Times
Preliminary progress helped by fate - and CollingwoodWestern Sydney preliminary final start, for the purpose of this exercise, with
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Western Sydney preliminary final start, for the purpose of this exercise, with Neil Balme, whose football results at Geelong might well have borne fruition at Collingwood had that club not replaced him with Graeme Allan at the end of last... Read more
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Canberra Times
Peter FitzSimons: Corey Oates' concussion test not worth a pinchAustralia proudly, in return Australia treats me like a second-class citizen an
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Australia proudly, in return Australia treats me like a second-class citizen and that really is a kick in the guts." Geelong coach Chris Scott on why he doesn't sing the national anthem before the game: "It's just respect for the people next... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Cats go from good to great to …AMID the recriminations destined to follow another shocking preliminary final,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 hours ago
AMID the recriminations destined to follow another shocking preliminary final, comes this sobering thought: Perhaps this Geelong side’s just not that great. A second-placed finish to the home and away season gives good reason for optimism and Cats... Read more
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The North West Star
Black Caviar has her fourth foal, a More Than Ready fillyhas already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed An
The North West Star / Posted 11 hours ago
has already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed And Excel, Oscietra, winning on debut at Geelong last month. Oscietra is in the stable of David Hayes, Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig and has been entered for a race at... Read more
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News.com.au
Video: Sloane, Danger clash in epic contestwith Patrick Dangerfield. Picture Sarah ReedSource:News Corp Australia WAS thi
News.com.au / Posted 12 hours ago
with Patrick Dangerfield. Picture Sarah ReedSource:News Corp Australia WAS this the football contest of the year? With Geelong pressing hard at Adelaide Oval on Friday night, Patrick Dangerfield and Rory Sloane clashed, and we finally found out... Read more
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The Age
Black Caviar has her fourth foal – a filly by More Than Readyhas already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed An
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
has already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed And Excel, Oscietra, winning on debut at Geelong last month. Oscietra is in the stable of David Hayes, Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig and has been entered for a race at... Read more
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Herald Sun
Were Cats, Crows trolling each other?better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game
Herald Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. Geelong started things off, sending former premiership player Matthew Scarlett to do a radio interview to let everyone know... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Black Caviar has her fourth foal – a filly by More Than Readyhas already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed An
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
has already produced a winner on the track with her first daughter by Exceed And Excel, Oscietra, winning on debut at Geelong last month. Oscietra is in the stable of David Hayes, Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig and has been entered for a race at... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Were Cats, Crows trolling each other?better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 hours ago
better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. Geelong started things off, sending former premiership player Matthew Scarlett to do a radio interview to let everyone know... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Were Cats, Crows trolling each other?better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. Geelong started things off, sending former premiership player Matthew Scarlett to do a radio interview to let everyone know... Read more
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News.com.au
Were Cats, Crows trolling each other?the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on F
News.com.au / Posted 13 hours ago
the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. Geelong started things off, sending former premiership player Matthew Scarlett to do a radio interview to let everyone know... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Were Cats, Crows trolling each other?better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 13 hours ago
better? Both the Cats and the Crows did their best to come up with a pre-game psych out on Friday night at Adelaide Oval. Geelong started things off, sending former premiership player Matthew Scarlett to do a radio interview to let everyone know... Read more
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Perth Now
Cats confirm Danger’s starting spotA GRAND Final place is on the line. Minor premiers Adelaide hosts Geelong in a
Perth Now / Posted 14 hours ago
A GRAND Final place is on the line. Minor premiers Adelaide hosts Geelong in a battle of 1 v 2 on the home-and-away ladder in the first preliminary final. FOLLOW ALL THE ACTION AND REACTION FROM TONIGHT’S PRELIMINARY FINAL CLASH FROM ADELAIDE OVAL... Read more
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Perth Now
Geelong’s poor record has punters backing Crowsgrows despite Adelaide having lost all four preliminary finals it has played in
Perth Now / Posted 14 hours ago
grows despite Adelaide having lost all four preliminary finals it has played in since its 1998 premiership success. While Geelong has superior experience at this stage, playing in its eighth preliminary final in 11 years, the Cats are unloved,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cats confirm Danger’s starting spotAdelaide Crows v Geelong Cats live scores, betting guide, tips odds | Daily Tel
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
Adelaide Crows v Geelong Cats live scores, betting guide, tips odds | Daily Telegraph Invalid postcode. Sorry we couldn't find a match for that, please try again Breaking News Entertainmentnav_small_right Miranda Devine Piers Akerman Game of... Read more
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The Age
Peter FitzSimons: Corey Oates' concussion test not worth a pinchAustralia proudly, in return Australia treats me like a second-class citizen an
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
Australia proudly, in return Australia treats me like a second-class citizen and that really is a kick in the guts." Geelong coach Chris Scott on why he doesn't sing the national anthem before the game: "It's just respect for the people next... Read more
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