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    Come on boys, one more quarter. You can do this.
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    It's hailing at the MCG!

    And Richmond are gonna win!

    **** YEAH

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    Did Dustin Martin just drop the F bomb in that interview?

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    Carlton and Sydney are pretty safe in the 8 because of the % gap, although Carlton could conceivably lose all their last four games on current form, Essendon and Richmond certainly aren't forgone conclusions.
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    Benchmark00 brings you another edition of 'vintage football moments'.

    This weeks instalment takes you back to 1993, before the stretcher rule and before the soft hip and shoulder interpretation.

    YouTube - Dean Wallis takes out Mil Hanna - 1993 GF
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    Kohli. Do something in test cricket for once please.

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    Yeah well played.

    Do you reckon Wallis would have got weeks if that occurred today? Or did he avoid the head?

    Also, how funny is it to see the centre bounce be the Channel 7 logo.

    I'm sure that'd exist today if there weren't three separate broadcasters.

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    I think he makes some connection with the head, purely because Hanna seems to be in alot of trouble and his head didn't hit the ground. Hard to tell though. Play on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Benchmark00 brings you another edition of 'vintage football moments'.

    This weeks instalment takes you back to 1993, before the stretcher rule and before the soft hip and should interpretation.

    YouTube - Dean Wallis takes out Mil Hanna - 1993 GF
    wac

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    I think he makes some connection with the head, purely because Hanna seems to be in alot of trouble and his head didn't hit the ground. Hard to tell though. Play on!
    Amazing really, not just because he ticked every single one of the modern day MRP's boxes, but because the umpire didn't stop the game when play came gushing back the other way.

    Great hit though.
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    Matt, ban yourself from this thread plz.

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    Thanks for giving us Martin Clarke back guys. BBC Sport - Gaelic Games - Down 1-16 1-10 Kerry. WAG.
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    The Filth have comfortably the better bowling. But the Gash have the batting. Might be quite good to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Thanks for giving us Martin Clarke back guys. BBC Sport - Gaelic Games - Down 1-16 1-10 Kerry. WAG.
    You can have him.

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    Showed a little bit early, but eventually just couldn't make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Thanks for giving us Martin Clarke back guys. BBC Sport - Gaelic Games - Down 1-16 1-10 Kerry. WAG.
    Been talking of him wanting to come back. Still think that he was AFL standard, just that Collingwood (his team) had a number of players similar to him who did a better job, in O'Brien and Shaw.



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