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Careers End Prematurely For South Australian Icons

by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

Adelaide Crows' defender Brent Reilly has been forced to retire immediately on the advice of his doctors  and across town, Port Adelaide champion Kane Cornes will walk away from football on his own terms after playing his 300th game in Round Eight to join the South Australian fire department.

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Crows Find Form

Jamie Kloeden reporting for AFANA from Adelaide Oval, Australia

Adelaide players have referred to their season thus far as "a roller coaster" with the last five rounds alternating between wins and losses. Players have stated publicly that their aim is to find some consistency and start stringing the wins together or risk playing themselves out of Finals' contention. North Melbourne on the other hand is currently in the Top Eight but is a team still fighting for consistency as players try to live up to big preseason expectations.
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Hannebery Riewoldt Winners

Sydney's Dan Hannebery is the 2010 Rising Star. Just ahead of the first Finals series, Hannebery was presented with the Ron Evans Medal by 2009 winner Daniel Rich from Brisbane.

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