July 2005

  1. Brad Moran article

    [quote]Import blooms 15 July 2005 Herald Sun Jordan Chong BRAD Moran is poised to reach a significant point in his short career in the coming weeks, but it won't be his AFL debut. The 18-year-old Kangaroos player is on track to make his senior VFL debut with Port Melbourne, which will be a remarkable achievement given the journey he has taken. Eighteen months ago the Moran family, unable to tolerate the bleak winters of England's Stratford-upon-Avon, sought a more temperate climate for Brad to continue his fledgling rugby career and moved to Queensland's sunny Gold Coast.
  2. SEN broadcast games

    Just noticed these on their website: Round 15 Saturday Box Hill Hawks v Port Melbourne 16 Saturday Geelong v Port Melbourne 17 Saturday Port Melbourne v Williamstown 18 Saturday Port Melbourne v Coburg Tigers 19 Saturday North Ballarat v Williamstown 20 Saturday North Ballarat v Scorpions Seems like they are in love with Port Melbourne, just like the ABC are.
  3. Alleway and Holland who will line up on them?

    Alleway 191cm 99kg Holland 195cm 102kg From what Ive seen Holland tends to play more across the HF line. Alleways strength might be a problem, and I think the taller of the defenders might line up on him.
  4. ABC Games Rd 19 and Rd 20

    By the current fixture Rd 19 and Rd 20 are still unallocated TV games, but what options are there? On the Saturdays these are the only matches: Rd 19 Geelong v Sandringham AFL Curtain Raiser Rd 19 North Ballarat v Williamstown Rd 20 Geelong v Bendigo AFL Curtain Raiser Rd 20 North Ballarat v Springvale Take out the curtain raisers, do we really have to be left with two North Ballarat home matches against sides who are probably going to miss out on the finals?
  5. AFL Listed Players Finals Qualification.

    What are the rules? 12/10, I know. It used to be 6 VFL games but I'm sure that's changed. Can anyone help me?

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