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AFL Inducts Six Into Hall of Fame

Brook “Boris” Kilpatrick reporting for AFANA

On Tuesday June 14th, the AFL Hall of Fame welcomed its six newest inductees. The 2016 class included a wonderful mix of stars of the modern era plus those from South Australian and Western Australian football, as well as the emotional induction of the late and great Maurice Rioli, revered by supporters of both his “home” club South Fremantle and his adopted VFL club in Richmond.

Here is the rundown on the six inductees:
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Hawk Bulldog Call Time

by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

Shortly after Hawthorn defeated Collingwood in the Qualifying Final, midfielder Chance Bateman announced that 2012 would be his last season. Bateman, 31, joined the Hawks in 1999 to become just the second Indigenous player after Willie Rioli in the club's history. Willie, drafted in 1990, never made it to a senior debut. Bateman did debut in 2000 to become the first Indigenous player to play with the Hawks.

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Footy FAQ: Major AFL and AFLW Awards

6. Major AFL and AFLW Awards

  • Major Awards in the AFL The Brownlow Medal, The John Coleman Medal, The Norm Smith Medal, The Sandover and Magarey Medals, The Dr. William C. McClelland Trophy, State Of Origin Football, The All-Australian Team, The AFLPA MVP, Club Awards, NAB Rising Star Award, Jack Titus Award, Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award, Premiership Cup and Medallions, NAB Cup / NAB Challenge / JLT Community Series, Teal Cup/Commonwealth Bank Cup, Australian Football Hall of Fame, AFL Women's Awards: The Best and Fairest Medal, The All-Australian Team, AFLPA MVP, NAB Rising Star, Jill Lindsay Scholarship, Football Woman of the Year Award

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