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Braybrook, Bulldogs, Burnie & back

Mic Rees catches up with Ray Walker, a Bulldogs stalwart through the first half of the 1960s. Like some other famous Dogs before him, Walker was a Braybrook boy.

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The halcyon days of the SANFL

For 113 years the SANFL/SAFA was the highest level of football in South Australia. Randal Williams looks back at the last three decades of that reign and sees a halcyon era by any measure.

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Footy Research

Lest we forget - ANZAC Day 1995

The Collingwood v Essendon clash has become an ANZAC Day tradition since a classic match in 1995, recounted here by John Devaney.

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Bulldogs Bark in '54

John Devaney looks back at the biggest day in Footscray's long history. The day it won its first - and still its only - VFL premiership.

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Treasure Trove

Geelong—the giant killer at home

Hugh Buggy of The Argus looks at the outstanding record of Geelong, at Geelong, and explores various theories as to why the Cats were always dangerous on home turf.

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Forty years in football

Kudex of the Daily News (WA) talks to Tom Wilson, legendary player and co-founder of the East Fremantle football club, about his early days in the West, and the history of 'Old Easts'.

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Obituaries

The death of Charles Brownlow

Jack Worrall, writing for the Australasian, reports on the death in 1924 of Charles Brownlow, a famed player and administrator. An 'old chum' also shares his memories of the great man.

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GIGA BITE

Happy 83rd birthday to Len Templar, who played 60 games for North Melbourne between 1954 and 1957 and was a star for the Kangaroos in the 1954 semi final loss to Melbourne, kicking five goals. - Andrew Gigacz

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1984 SANFL Grand Final

The 1984 SANFL Grand Final between Port Adelaide and Norwood in full. This game was in the balance until well into the last quarter. 

For match details, click here.

If you are watching this match from our home page, you can view it in a larger format here.

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For a complete summary of the 2014 AFL season, including the fixture, results and ladder, click here.

2014 AFL Ladder

# Club P Pts %
1 Sydney 22 68 142.88
2 Hawthorn 22 68 140.78
3 Geelong 22 68 113.77
4 Fremantle 22 64 130.40
5 Port Adelaide 22 56 129.92
6 North Melbourne 22 56 117.04
7 Essendon 22 50 106.34
8 Richmond 22 48 105.77
9 West Coast 22 44 116.86
10 Adelaide 22 44 114.05
11 Collingwood 22 44 94.14
12 Gold Coast 22 40 93.74
13 Carlton 22 30 89.75
14 Western Bulldogs 22 28 81.95
15 Brisbane 22 28 69.26
16 GWS 22 24 76.72
17 Melbourne 22 16 68.37
18 St Kilda 22 16 60.76

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Micro Noises

Micro Noises 75: New names in town

Gigs looks at the new and "first time in a long time" names in the 2014 AFL national and rookie drafts.

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Micro Noises 74: Numbers up!

This week Gigs tackles high-numbered players, low-performing Tigers and highly likely draft picks.

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Footy Blogs

Mystery photo - can you help?

Reader Richard McIntosh is looking for help in identifying an old football carnival photo from the early 20th century. 

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The best of the Kekovich Brothers?

Chris Tetaz pays tribute to potential AFL superstar who tragically lost his life at the age of just 17.

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A footy match 'behind the lines'

A WWI match at the Queen's Club, Kensington in London is famous but there were other matches, in far less pleasant surroundings, writes Brian Membrey.

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