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The Best of the Showdowns: Port Adelaide Vol. 1
From the very first in 1997 right through 2013. Watch the key moments of the Showdowns that any Power fan won't want to forget. Did you forget Round 4 in '97? Port Adelaide beat the Adelaide Crows for the first time. The 11-point victory by the underdogs caused mayhem in the town, with the match not only remembered for the upset win but also for the classic fued between Scott Cummings and Rod Jameson. Get it for just $A21.99 on DVD. Prices do not include shipping. All video sales benefit AFANA if you use the link below. Purchase your videos here:
In times of trouble, family, friends and a good support network can work miracles. Former Richmond Tiger and current Collingwood recruit Andrew Krakouer can attest to that as he has had an abundance of support while in prison and since his release. While in jail, he found ways to stay fit and joined the prison footy team. Once paroled, he joined Swan Districts in the WAFL and helped them win the 2010 Premiership.
He is only the second player (after former North Melbourne Kangaroo Barry Cable) to win best on ground in the WAFL Grand Final along with the Premiership medal, the Swan Districts best and fairest and the Sandover Medal (WAFL equivalent of the Brownlow). Last week, Krakouer had a chat with Melbourne Age sports writer Caroline Wilson and told her how footy was, and is, his salvation.
This author must defer to the professional writing of Ms Wilson as anything summarized would not do proper justice to the story. Please click on the link below to read the story in full. It is a story that had to be told and is a must read.
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