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The Canterbury Bulldogs were successful in fending off all rivals by securing Lachlan Lewis, a 21-year-old halfback, to a two-year deal. The report from Foxspots.com.au indicated that there might be a player option for a third year in the deal. This latest Lewis is the nephew of Wally “The King” Lewis, who played club football

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The issue of runners on the field during play at AFL matches causes a fair bit of controversy. In a recent match between the Sydney Swans and the North Melbourne Kangaroos, Swans’ runner Jeremy Ladler spent what was described as, “a significant part of the closing minutes,” of the game on the ground. Frankly, the

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If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, goes an old saying. Add to that: If it is broke, get someone who knows what they are doing to do the fixing. It seems that the Carlton Blues are in need of a fix, if two wins from the last 26 games qualifies as broken. We would

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True, the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament was one of the better ones, but to suggest that Qatar has any say in whether or not the 2022 World Cup is equally compelling is mildly ludicrous. All the country can do is supply the facilities. The quality of the play or the storylines cannot be written

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France will be well rested when they meet Croatia Monday in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final. They used the extra day to sit about, stirring those tiny cups of coffee they fancy, smoke unfiltered cigarettes and work on mime routines for when they score a goal agasint fatigued Croatia. Actually we do not know

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There are some problems that seem entirely contrived. Jeremy McGovern expressed the idea that his decision to stay with the West Coast Eagles or test his value as a restricted free agent is the toughest decision of his life. He has attracted interest from Fremantle and some of the Victorian clubs and he says it

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No one ever bothers to check this sort of thing, so we feel confident in predicting that England will erase Croatia in the semifinal and earn a spot in the FIFA 2018 World Cup Final Anyone who has ever read any of our predictions knows that the smart money is to go in the direction

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Optus Stadium continues to prove a good investment for the AFL in Western Australia. Round 16 of the Toyota 2018 AFL Premiership competition proved no exception, as once again, more than 50,000, 52,105 to be exact, according to league figures, watched the West Coast Eagles and the GWS Giants slug it out, with the Eagles

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As the lowest ranked team in the 2018 FIFA World Cup football tournament, no one, probably not even they themselves, expected the Russians to be playing quarterfinals footy, but their improbable dream was halted against Croatia, despite heroics of Fyodor Dostoyevsky-esque proportions by the Russian squad that managed to take the in-form team of the

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June 2018 will be a good month for punters who like to spread their punting activities across a variety of codes. There will be hundreds of markets per week for Super Rugby, the NRL and the AFL. The really big deal for the month, however is the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament, where 32 teams

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