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Monfries to Port in Goddard fall-out
THE free agency football roundabout has
opened for business.
Barely had the final siren sounded on
Saturday’s premiership victory by Sydney,
when club officials began the trading process
that required paperwork to be lodged by
Chris Knights had signed on at Richmond to
join best friend Ivan Maric, while a major deal
that secured St Kilda star Brendon Goddard
for Essendon has the side effect of bring
former Adelaide lad Angus Monfries home to
play for Port.
Adelaide today confirmed it had lost Kurt
Tippett and his management this morning
told the club that “Kurt will seek a trade to
another AFL club... ReaD MORe
Monfries in action against Carlton
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SANFL Grand Final
anchored in history
England knocked out of T20
Redbacks looking for wickets
FOR SANFL fans over 40
years of age, this year’s Grand
Final has a nostalgic feel.
This Sunday’s game between
Norwood and West Adelaide
rolls out monikers like
Gallagher, Aish and Fielke.
SLINGING bowler Lasith Malinga took a career-best five
wickets as Sri Lanka beat England by 19 runs to reach the World
Twenty20 semi-finals and send the defending champions
crashing out today.
Australia had earlier booked its semi-final spot with a win
against South Africa.
Malinga took 5-31 as England, chasing a daunting 170-run
target, were restricted to 9-150 in the Super Eights match at
Pallekele stadium before a packed and rowdy crowd of 30,000.
USMAN Khawaja fell 12 runs short of a
hundred in his first match for Queensland
in the Sheffield Shield match against South
Australia at the Gabba.
Batting on a green wicket in overcast
conditions, Khawaja arrived at the crease
with the score at one for none and guided the
hosts to five for 202 at stumps.
Khawaja said he relished the challenge of
facing different conditions... ReaD MORe
Corey Wingard reviews the SANFL preliminary final
Watson’s dominance – a nice
problem to have
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