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Playstation To Be Only Platform For New AFL Games
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According to the Australian Playstation site, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia (SCE Aust) and the AFL have inked a two-year agreement, granting SCE Aust exclusive publishing rights to footy video games. The game, AFL Premiership 2006, is slated for release in July of this year for the PS2 gaming system. A version for the PSP (Playstation Portable) is slated for release in 2007. There is no word as of yet whether the title will be playable only on Australian/New Zealand units though history suggests it will be.

Seven Grounds Get Upgrade
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The Victorian Government and the AFL have announced a $55 million upgrade of seven former VFL/AFL grounds in Melbourne: Punt Road, Princes Park, Moorabbin, Windy Hill, Victoria Park, Waverley Park and Arden Street.

Under the plan, iconic grandstands at Princes Park and Moorabbin will be demolished and replaced by community sports centures. The other five grounds will also be partly redeveloped.

Every grandstand at the Saints' Moorabbin base, as well as the social club and all existing buildings, will be torn down and replaced by a multi-purpose venue including a pool and sports hall. The club's HQ, including the infamous "animal enclosure" that was home to the most parochial fans, will boast a futuristic all-in-one complex.

Barnstorming Neitz Smashes Games Record and Saints
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Melbourne captain David Neitz marked his third prominent milestone in just over a season--the Demons games record, with a commanding eight goal haul against St Kilda yesterday at Melbourne's spiritual home, the MCG. Neitz Melbourne's longest serving captain, adds the game record to his recently attained goal kicking mark.

 Although St Kilda's Troy Schwarze, kicked the first goal of the game,  it was Neitz who shaped it, kicking the first three goals for Melbourne.  Neitz looked dangerous in the air and on the ground against St Kilda's best defender, Max Hudgeton. His efforts came on the end of bullocking Brock McLean, perhaps the most improved midfielder in the competition in 2006. McLean was ably assisted by James McDonald and Clint Bartram.   Russell Robertson whose entire Melbourne career has been played under Neitz's captaincy added another goal for the Demons, the pair combining well.

AFL TV coverage in 2006
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AFANA is pleased to announce that television coverage of the AFL can be found on Setanta Sports, MHz Worldview and Fox Sports World Canada, as well as some local affiliates and cable systems via MHz Worldview. What's more exciting is that footy coverage on Setanta is LIVE!

Comments on the new Setanta live coverage?
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So what do you think of the new Setanta live telecasts?  Give me your feedback!

New AFANA Site - Rate It!
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Welcome to the new AFANA.com
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Welcome to the new AFANA.com.  This is our new web site with a dramatically improved look and many added features.   Please join in and participate by adding your comments, using our new forums to discuss footy related stuff, contributing to our wiki, chatting, and more!  We still have the info you've always wanted like TV schedules, too!  

If you have a problem or concern, let us know.  As we complete the transition to this new site, we know it will take everyone a while to find their way around, and occasionally things won't work.  Tell us, so we can fix it for everyone.  

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-Rob and the AFANA staff:  Ann, Ben, Lisa, Johnson, Tim, Barry, Frank, Derrick, Ross, Paat, Seamus, and Michele. 

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Crows  15  6  1  135.98  62
Cats  15  6  1 117.38  62
Tigers  15  7  0  118.29  60
Giants  14  6  2  114.85  60

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Lions Women  6  0  1  151.4  26
Crows Women  5  2  0  157.3  20
Demons Women  5  2  0  141.0  20
Blues Women  3  3  1  112.5  14

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