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Alice women's footy side scores huge in Adelaide

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The Alice Pinktails a footy sensation on Norwood Oval. ROB CLARKE reports.

 

Multi million dollar Alice Redtails plans advance

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The Redtails movement spearheads plans for a massive redevelopment of Blatherskite Park, with broad social and commercial values. Exclusive by ERWIN CHLANDA.

 

Interpreter lives the Redtails way

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Three languages, three years in the job, and dedicated to the group that links footy with personal development. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Footy plus a job is a formula for life

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Kenny Morton (pictured) takes the message from The Centre to the Top End. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Massive makeover of showgrounds proposed

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A letter of intent has been signed by the Blatherskite Park Land Trust for "potential collaboration" in developing a massive technology, sport and education hub. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Redtails in high-scoring thriller

 

Tiwi Bombers defeated Central Australia by nine points in a high-scoring thriller at TIO Stadium on Saturday in what was arguably the game of the season to date, scoring 22.11 (143) to 20.14 (134).

Drubbing for Redtails

 

The Redtails’ woes continue with another loss in Darwin last weekend.

Wanderers too strong for Redtails

 

A strong last quarter gave Wanderers a 47-point win over Central Australia at Gardens Oval on Saturday.

Redtails down Buffaloes in season's first win

Central Australia picked up its first win of the season after defeating the Buffaloes by 50 points at Darwin’s Northline Oval on Saturday. JACKSON CLARK reports.

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