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Perth Now
WA's top draft prospectsproduct in the league to receive an invite after attracting interest from sever
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
product in the league to receive an invite after attracting interest from several clubs including Carlton, Brisbane, North Melbourne and West Coast. In his seventh season in the seniors, the silky midfielder averaged a career-best 26... Read more
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The Age
The One review: a timely skewering of marriage mythsNorth Melbourne Town Hall, until Sept 30 Think voting "Yes" to same-sex marria
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
North Melbourne Town Hall, until Sept 30 Think voting "Yes" to same-sex marriage is a no-brainer? You're correct in one sense. You clearly have no brain. Take a cold, hard look at what marriage really is, and it's natural to wonder whether anyone... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The One review: a timely skewering of marriage mythsNorth Melbourne Town Hall, until Sept 30 Think voting "Yes" to same-sex marria
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
North Melbourne Town Hall, until Sept 30 Think voting "Yes" to same-sex marriage is a no-brainer? You're correct in one sense. You clearly have no brain. Take a cold, hard look at what marriage really is, and it's natural to wonder whether anyone... Read more
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The Age
Alice Through the Looking Glass at FringeALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS ★★★★ THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO "HMM...". THE UND
The Age / Posted 12 hours ago
ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS ★★★★ THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO "HMM...". THE UNDERWHELMING SCIENCE SHOW ★★★ Fringe Hub, North Melbourne Town Hall, until Sept 30 Science and the arts are not strange bedfellows. Labs and experiments, after all, are as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alice Through the Looking Glass at FringeALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS ★★★★ THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO "HMM...". THE UND
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS ★★★★ THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO "HMM...". THE UNDERWHELMING SCIENCE SHOW ★★★ Fringe Hub, North Melbourne Town Hall, until Sept 30 Science and the arts are not strange bedfellows. Labs and experiments, after all, are as... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Half AFL clubs support same-sex marriage as fans remain 'divided'down, but a rainbow flag continues to fly outside the Docklands building. Wher
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
down, but a rainbow flag continues to fly outside the Docklands building. Where your club stands: Yes: Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne, Collingwood, Sydney Swans, St Kilda, Geelong, Gold Coast Suns, Greater Western Sydney, Brisbane Lions Not... Read more
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B&T
Fans Divided As AFL Alters Its Logo To 'Yes' In Support Of Marriage Equalitya ‘yes’ vote. This infuriated fans who threatened to cancel their membership to
B&T / Posted 13 hours ago
a ‘yes’ vote. This infuriated fans who threatened to cancel their membership to the club. Only the Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne, Collingwood, Sydney and St Kilda have publicly pledged their support for same-sex marriage. Interestingly,... Read more
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The Courier
Michael Jamison hits out at Carlton marriage equality statementJust like if the club said they supported it, doesn't mean all members and supp
The Courier / Posted 14 hours ago
Just like if the club said they supported it, doesn't mean all members and supporters have to AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Herald Sun
Star scorns Blues over marriage stancefor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
Herald Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word “Yes”. AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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News.com.au
Star scorns Blues over marriage equalityfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
News.com.au / Posted 18 hours ago
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word “Yes”. AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Canberra Times
Michael Jamison hits out at Carlton on marriage equality statementfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word "YES". AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Canberra Times
'Weak, hollow, disappointing': Fans condemn Carlton on marriage equality statementothers labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
others labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed the 'yes' campaign as have Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood in the past fortnight, joining long-term campaigners Sydney and St Kilda - who pioneered the... Read more
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The North West Star
'Weak, hollow, disappointing': Fans condemn Carlton on marriage equality statementothers labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
others labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed the 'yes' campaign as have Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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The Age
'Weak, hollow, disappointing': Fans condemn Carlton on marriage equality statementothers labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed
The Age / Posted yesterday
others labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed the 'yes' campaign as have Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Weak, hollow, disappointing': Fans condemn Carlton on marriage equality statementothers labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
others labelled it an attack on equality and human rights. The AFL has backed the 'yes' campaign as have Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Star scorns AFL club over marriage equalityfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word “Yes”. AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Star scorns AFL club over marriage equalityfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word “Yes”. AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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News.com.au
Star scorns AFL club over marriage equalityfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word “Yes”. AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Perth Now
Jumper coin toss? Don't be ridiculouspotential dilemma. “Maybe my eyesight is better than most, because it never se
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
potential dilemma. “Maybe my eyesight is better than most, because it never seemed to bother me when Collingwood played North Melbourne on black-and-white TV,” Quartermain said. “I’ve just never had a problem with jumpers clashing.” The duo... Read more
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The Age
Michael Jamison hits out at Carlton on marriage equality statementfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
The Age / Posted yesterday
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word "YES". AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Michael Jamison hits out at Carlton on marriage equality statementfor marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
for marriage equality on Wednesday, replacing the AFL logo at head office with the word "YES". AFL clubs Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne and Collingwood have also pledged support for marriage equality in the past fortnight, joining long-term... Read more
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News.com.au
Who’s on the Brownlow invite listAAP Image/Julian SmithSource:AAP Jack Viney Clayton Oliver Michael Hibberd
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
AAP Image/Julian SmithSource:AAP Jack Viney Clayton Oliver Michael Hibberd Tom McDonald Captain: Nathan Jones NORTH MELBOURNE KANGAROOS Shaun Higgins is predicted to pick up 12 votes in the AFL’s Brownlow predictor. Picture: AAP... Read more
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Perth Now
Kelly deal ‘bad news for Victorian clubs’clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most in-demand youngster back home to Victoria. North Melbourne got the ball rolling with a nine-year $10 million dollar deal back in April and by the end of the... Read more
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Perth Now
The Kelly Gang: GWS’ giant contract trendappears to have put his own value on a flag, reportedly accepting around $300,0
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
appears to have put his own value on a flag, reportedly accepting around $300,000 less per year than what was offered by North Melbourne. “It’s a good story. You’re talking about a guy who has knocked back $10 million- plus to accept a two-year... Read more
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The Border Mail
Council wants tunnel toll to be set by minister, not operatorwidened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
widened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps dumping 9000 extra cars daily into West and North Melbourne. On Tuesday the council proposed that the planning minister should be able to occasionally review the toll... Read more
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The Courier
Council wants tunnel toll to be set by minister, not operatorwidened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps
The Courier / Posted yesterday
widened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps dumping 9000 extra cars daily into West and North Melbourne. On Tuesday the council proposed that the planning minister should be able to occasionally review the toll... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Council wants toll for $5.5b West Gate Tunnel to be set by minister, not operatorwidened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
widened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps dumping 9000 extra cars daily into West and North Melbourne. Transurban charges $9 a go for CityLink. Photo: Phil Weymouth On Tuesday the council proposed that the... Read more
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The Age
Council wants toll for $5.5b West Gate Tunnel to be set by minister, not operatorwidened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps
The Age / Posted yesterday
widened to 12 lanes, a tunnel built under Yarraville, and city-bound off-ramps dumping 9000 extra cars daily into West and North Melbourne. Transurban charges $9 a go for CityLink. Photo: Phil Weymouth On Tuesday the council proposed that the... Read more
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Herald Sun
The Kelly Gang: GWS’ giant contract trendappears to have put his own value on a flag, reportedly accepting around $300,0
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
appears to have put his own value on a flag, reportedly accepting around $300,000 less per year than what was offered by North Melbourne. “It’s a good story. You’re talking about a guy who has knocked back $10 million- plus to accept a two-year... Read more
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News.com.au
The Kelly Gang: GWS’ giant contract trendappears to have put his own value on a flag, reportedly accepting around $300,0
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
appears to have put his own value on a flag, reportedly accepting around $300,000 less per year than what was offered by North Melbourne. LISTEN TO OUR REVIEW FOR WEEK 2 OF FINALS IN THE FOX FOOTY PODCAST BELOW, OR TAP HERE TO SUBSCRIBE IN... Read more
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Perth Now
Blues eye Sandover runnerget another choice until at least No.38. But Kelly may not last that long, wit
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
get another choice until at least No.38. But Kelly may not last that long, with Brisbane (currently picks 1, 12 and 18), North Melbourne (4 and 21) and West Coast (13 and 30) expressing considerable interest in the 23-year-old after his breakout... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gertrude Opera's Triple Treat review: Menotti's Telephone wins the nightsingers in a witty and clever triple bill of short one-act operas by Salieri, M
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
singers in a witty and clever triple bill of short one-act operas by Salieri, Menotti and Bizet at the young company's North Melbourne headquarters on Saturday. Italian composer Gian Carlo Menotti's 1946 gem, The Telephone, was cleverly... Read more
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The Age
Gertrude Opera's Triple Treat review: Menotti's Telephone wins the nightsingers in a witty and clever triple bill of short one-act operas by Salieri, M
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
singers in a witty and clever triple bill of short one-act operas by Salieri, Menotti and Bizet at the young company's North Melbourne headquarters on Saturday. Italian composer Gian Carlo Menotti's 1946 gem, The Telephone, was cleverly... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gertrude Opera's Triple Treat review: Menotti's Telephone wins the nightsingers in a witty and clever triple bill of short one-act operas by Salieri, M
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
singers in a witty and clever triple bill of short one-act operas by Salieri, Menotti and Bizet at the young company's North Melbourne headquarters on Saturday. Italian composer Gian Carlo Menotti's 1946 gem, The Telephone, was cleverly... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
‘Sooky baby’ Carey roasted in live TV spraybreak out. Usually, media only attend this night if they are sure of winning on
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
break out. Usually, media only attend this night if they are sure of winning one of the many little trinkets on offer.” North Melbourne legend Wayne Carey let out a nervous laugh as Taylor continued his glorious rant. “This leads me to the guts... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Sooky baby’ Carey roasted in live TV spraybreak out. Usually, media only attend this night if they are sure of winning on
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
break out. Usually, media only attend this night if they are sure of winning one of the many little trinkets on offer.” North Melbourne legend Wayne Carey let out a nervous laugh as Taylor continued his glorious rant. “This leads me to the guts... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Sooky baby’ Carey roasted in live TV spraybreak out. Usually, media only attend this night if they are sure of winning on
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
break out. Usually, media only attend this night if they are sure of winning one of the many little trinkets on offer.” North Melbourne legend Wayne Carey let out a nervous laugh as Taylor continued his glorious rant. “This leads me to the guts... Read more
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Perth Now
Darling 'shouldn't be trade bait'Gray 47): 96 Geelong (Tom Hawkins 50/Patrick Dangerfield 43): 93 GWS Giants (
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
Gray 47): 96 Geelong (Tom Hawkins 50/Patrick Dangerfield 43): 93 GWS Giants (Jeremy Cameron 45/Toby Greene 45): 90 North Melbourne (Ben Brown 63/Jarrad Waite 22): 85 Richmond (Jack Riewoldt 51/Dustin Martin 32): 83 Gold Coast (Tom Lynch... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Time is money: Is getting to Melbourne Airport with myki worth it?in which time two shiny red Skybuses left for the airport without me. My next
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
in which time two shiny red Skybuses left for the airport without me. My next mistake was not catching a train direct to North Melbourne and changing there; by the time the first of those two Skybuses was due to reach the airport I was still... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tiger fan who named his son Richmond says he'll love them both, come what maywhat my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
what my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest memories is going to see Richmond play North Melbourne at the MCG in 1986 as a wide-eyed five-year-old. "I remember getting my first Richmond jumper, and Richmond... Read more
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Canberra Times
Josh Kelly re-signs with Greater Western Sydney Giantshim for much of the season but had also been considering much more lucrative, l
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
him for much of the season but had also been considering much more lucrative, long-term offers from Victorian clubs, led by North Melbourne. "I'm really excited to remain a Giant," Kelly said. "This club has been my home for four years and I'm... Read more
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The North West Star
Tiger fan calls son Richmond, says he'll love them both, win or losewhat my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
what my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest memories is going to see Richmond play North Melbourne at the MCG in 1986 as a wide-eyed five-year-old. "I remember getting my first Richmond jumper, and Richmond... Read more
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The Age
Tiger fan who named his son Richmond says he'll love them both, come what maywhat my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
what my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest memories is going to see Richmond play North Melbourne at the MCG in 1986 as a wide-eyed five-year-old. "I remember getting my first Richmond jumper, and Richmond... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tiger fan who named his son Richmond says he'll love them both, come what maywhat my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
what my family did. My dad followed them." One the father-of-three's earliest memories is going to see Richmond play North Melbourne at the MCG in 1986 as a wide-eyed five-year-old. "I remember getting my first Richmond jumper, and Richmond... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Don’t make a goose of yourself by doing that’contract extension with the Swans. Several clubs, including Melbourne (where h
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
contract extension with the Swans. Several clubs, including Melbourne (where his brother Nathan is co-captain), Essendon, North Melbourne and St Kilda, were interested in the emerging midfielder. Jones, 22, will now remain at the club until at... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Don’t make a goose of yourself by doing that’contract extension with the Swans. Several clubs, including Melbourne (where h
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
contract extension with the Swans. Several clubs, including Melbourne (where his brother Nathan is co-captain), Essendon, North Melbourne and St Kilda, were interested in the emerging midfielder. Jones, 22, will now remain at the club until at... Read more
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Herald Sun
Kelly deal ‘bad news for Victorian clubs’clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most in-demand youngster back home to Victoria. North Melbourne got the ball rolling with a nine-year $10 million dollar deal back in April and by the end of the... Read more
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News.com.au
Kelly deal ‘bad news for Victorian clubs’clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most in-demand youngster back home to Victoria. North Melbourne got the ball rolling with a nine-year $10 million dollar deal back in April and by the end of the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Kelly deal ‘bad news for Victorian clubs’clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
clubs who offered multi-year, multimillion-dollar offers to lure the AFL’s most in-demand youngster back home to Victoria. North Melbourne got the ball rolling with a nine-year $10 million dollar deal back in April and by the end of the... Read more
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News.com.au
Tigers still keen on Lion Schacheuntil pick 20 as it courts Gary Ablett, Jake Stringer and Devon Smith. 1. Bris
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
until pick 20 as it courts Gary Ablett, Jake Stringer and Devon Smith. 1. Brisbane Lions 2. Gold Coast 3. Carlton 4. North Melbourne 5. Fremantle 6. Collingwood 7. St Kilda 8. St Kilda 9. Western Bulldogs 10. Melbourne 11.... Read more
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