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All posts tagged 2009

The real cost of Australian sport

An article by Roy Hay on the real costs of sport is in the current issue of Ken Davidson’s magazine Dissent, No. 28, Summer 2008/2009, pp. 58-60. Quite timely given the recent contribution from the taxpayer of $45.6 million to …

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Go-for-your-Life Cup 2009

Day Date Time Home Team Goals Away Team Goals Grp Fri 6-Feb-09 6.00 Corio 0 Geelong Regional Football Assn 0 A Fri 6-Feb-09 7.20 North Geelong 0 v Surfcoast 0

National Youth League 2008-09

[caption id="attachment_326" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Melbourne Victory Youth squad versus Queensland Roar at Green Gully Reserve on 26 September 2008. Back row, left to right: Mehmet Durkaovic (Coach), Robert

National Youth League 2008-09

National Youth League resumes at last After a hiatus of four years the new National Youth League kicked off again yesterday at Green Gully Reserve when Melbourne Victory went

National Youth League 2008-09

Melbourne Victory Youth 0 Perth Glory Youth 2 Melbourne Victory Youth played Perth Glory Youth at Green Gully Reserve on Sunday 5 October and looked much better in the

What were they doing in 1863?

 
Goal Weekly, Monday 11 May 2009, p. 12. I know this column is called Blast from the Past, but given that most people believe the first game of

Rangers wins Goforyourlife Cup

[caption id="attachment_275" align="alignright" width="300" caption="James Blackburn (centre) of Geelong Rangers in action in the Goforyourlife Cup. Photo: Roy Hay"][/caption] Geelong Rangers won the Goforyourlife Cup by a

49ers and Barwon Heads take out Masters

[caption id="attachment_272" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Geelong 49ers winners of the over-45s Australian Masters football. Back row, left to right: Peter Duque, David McMurray, Rod van der Chys, Mick Oppermann,

Goforyourlife Cup 20 and 22 February 2009

[caption id="attachment_269" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Luke Delmo (3) of the GRFA and Nathan Talbot (obscured) take on Michael Talevski of Geelong"][/caption] Geelong Rangers continued its march to the

Australian Masters Games 2009

The Australian Masters Games for 2009 kicked off at Bell Park Sports Club in Geelong on Saturday with 17 teams competing in four groups, men’s 30–35, 40–45, over

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