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Dja Dja Wurrung woman Madison Prespakis has done what very few before her have done. The young football player has won the highest individual accolade, the Australian Football League Women’s (AFLW) Best and Fairest for the 2020 season. The 19-year-old took out the honour—equivalent to the men’s league’s Brownlow Medal—just three points ahead of Fremantle’s […]

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NRL stars Latrell Mitchell and Josh Addo-Carr are in hot water after a camping trip on Mitchell’s property on the mid-north coast of NSW turned into firearms offences and a future court date. Photos and videos of Mitchell, Addo-Carr and Knights player Tyronne Robert-Davis were uploaded to Instagram over the weekend displaying a group of […]

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A new partnership between Essendon Football Club and Coles is set to help Tiwi female football players realise their dreams of becoming AFLW players. The five-year partnership aims to unearth the newest stars of the AFLW by providing new opportunities for talented female footballers to make their way through Essendon’s Tiwi Pathway Program to the […]

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The Indigenous All Stars will be led onto the field by Murri boy, Quaden Bayles, for their game against the Māori All Stars at the Gold Coast’s Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday. The All Stars are standing behind nine-year-old Quaden who has been a victim of severe bullying. He was born with achondroplasia dwarfism, the […]

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The bats have been packed away, the wickets pulled from the deep red dirt, and the dust has settled in Alice Springs, NT with the closing of the 5th National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC) and 27th Imparja Cup. The events saw some of Australia’s finest First Nations cricketers travel to the red centre to embrace […]

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