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Eagles Subdue Suns

Chris Kowald reporting for AFANA from Domain Stadium Perth, Australia

The Gold Coast Suns’ last visit to Domain Stadium was early in the season when they defeated the Dockers. Their trip west this time was much tougher. The injury depleted Suns knew they were in for a tough game and West Coast were at full strength.
Indigenous Round
The pregame featured celebrations of the aboriginal tradition of Dreamtime as it was Indigenous Week in the AFL.
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Tigers Turn Bombers Dreamtime Into Nightmare

Brook Kilpatrick reporting for AFANA from Australia

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Undoubtedly the biggest game of the AFL’s Indigenous Round - one that celebrates Australia’s indigenous population and their contribution to the game of AFL - is the “Dreamtime at the G” clash between Essendon and Richmond. Almost 84,000 fans packed the MCG to watch this year’s encounter, with both Essendon and Richmond desperate for victory to keep in touch with the Top Eight. The Bombers, having already beaten the reigning Premier in Hawthorn, had shown sporadic form heading into Saturday night’s game, while the Tigers seemed to be finding their mojo with consecutive wins against Collingwood and Port Adelaide after a poor start to the season. There was more to celebrate for Essendon fans as stalwart fullback Dustin Fletcher was playing his 400th AFL game - an amazing achievement given the demands on the modern AFL player.
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Bombers Win the DDToss - Tigers the 'Kevin Sheedy' Cup

Dreamtime at the G turns to Nightmare in Bomberland

Even as Paul Kelly belted out his evocative song 'From Little Things, Big Things Grow' with the help of Kev Carmody and legendary "Oils" front man Peter Garrett, Bombers faithful gathered...

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