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Five Inducted Into AFL Hall of Fame

by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

The AFL held their Hall Of Fame ceremony was held just a few days before Round 10 to induct five new members and elevate one current member to legend status. The new inductees were Michael O'Loughlin, Peter Bell, Neil Roberts, administrator Bob Hammond and WA star Austin Robertson. Current member Tony Lockett was elevated to Legend (see separate story). All were present for the ceremonies and were interviewed.

MICHAEL O'LOUGHLIN

SYDNEY 1995-1999, 303 games, 521 goals

HONORS: Best and fairest 1998; 2nd best and fairest 2000; leading goal kicker 2000, 2001; premiership 2005; All-Australian 1997, 2000; Indigenous Team of the Century; State representative (SA 2 games); Fos Williams Medal 1998 (best on ground for SA in State of Origin games); International Rules (4 games)

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Saints Add To Hall of Fame

by Lisa Albergo reporting for AFANA from Chicago

St Kilda recently celebrated 140 years in the competition. The celebrations included the induction of Robert Harvey into the club Hall of Fame and the elevation of three members to Legend status. Neil Roberts, Ross Smith and Trevor Barker joined Darrel Baldock, Ian Stewart, Allan Jeans and Tony Lockett as club legends.

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