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- March 2011
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- Favourite Sporting Team:
- Richmond Tigers, St.George Illawarra, Gold Coast Blue Tongues
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- AFL, League,
In the modern world of AFL, players leaving clubs for contracts of greater financial value and plying their trade elsewhere has become a common trend.
Only days out from the biggest weekend of the Australian Ice Hockey League season, you could excuse teams like the Newcastle North Stars from preparing a little differently for their semi-final against the Ice Dogs on Saturday.
Despite the fact they won’t be featuring in the Australian Ice Hockey League playoffs, the Sydney Bears still have plenty to play for in their last game of the season against cross-town rivals the Sydney Ice Dogs on Sunday afternoon.
Richmond’s Tyrone Vickery is one player contributing to the emergence of a modern day football trend. At 200cm, Vickery is a natural ruckman, but a lack of physical strength and the Tigers lacking a counterpart for Jack Riewoldt, he has been successfully thrown down forward this season.
The time has come for the AFL to implement a basic yet effective judiciary system for the sanctioning of player behaviour on the field.
The excitement that a young side can provide for its fans is invaluable. I know it all too well – as a Tigers fan, there’s nothing that gets me more excited than seeing the likes of Cotchin, Deledio, Martin and Riewoldt link up to score a goal that puts Richmond in front late in the […]