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2006 NAB Cup
The 2006 NAB Cup
NAB Cup
was held across Australia
Australia
between 24 February and 18 March. The NAB Cup
NAB Cup
was won by Geelong who defeated Adelaide by 8 points in the Grand Final of the knock-out pre-season competition.Contents1 Prize money 2 Games2.1 Week one 2.2 Week two 2.3 Week three 2.4 Week four3 Knock-Out Chart 4 Final Placings 5 Times 6 See also 7 ReferencesPrize money[edit] A$220,000 was awarded to the winning club (by comparison, the prize money for the winner of the AFL Grand Final
AFL Grand Final
in 2005 was only nominally larger at $250,000)
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Fremantle Football Club
The Fremantle
Fremantle
Football Club, nicknamed the Dockers, is a professional Australian rules football
Australian rules football
team that competes in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club represents and was previously based in the port city of Fremantle
Fremantle
at the mouth of the Swan River in Western Australia and now has their training and headquarters at Cockburn ARC in Cockburn Central
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Telstra Dome
Essendon Football Club
Essendon Football Club
(2000–present) St Kilda Football Club
St Kilda Football Club
(2000–present)
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Goal Of The Year (Australia)
The Goal of the Year is a competition for the best goals kicked in the VFL/AFL
VFL/AFL
during that season. It is run in conjunction with the Mark of the Year competition and is currently sponsored by Coates Hire. The award is also known as the Phil Manassa Medal.[1] The concept is thought to have been initiated as an unofficial award in 1970 by media interests after Alex Jesaulenko's famous mark. The official award was first given in 2001.The most consecutive "Goal of the Year" awards is 2, by Eddie Betts (2015-2016). The most number of "Goal of the Year" awards is 3, by Eddie Betts (2006, 2015, 2016).Contents1 Selection process 2 Goal of the year 3 References 4 External linksSelection process[edit] Each week, three of the best goals of the round (including the finals) are selected as nominees
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Coleman Medal
The Coleman Medal
Coleman Medal
is awarded yearly to the Australian Football League player who kicks the most goals in home-and-away matches in that year. It is named after John Coleman, the former Essendon full forward whose career of 537 goals in 98 games was cut short by injury.Contents1 Coleman Medal
Coleman Medal
winners 2 Leading Goalkicker Medal 3 Multiple winners 4 See also 5 References 6 External links Coleman Medal
Coleman Medal
winners[edit] Although only instituted in 1981, retrospective Coleman Medals were presented in 2004, dating back to 1955 which was the first season after Coleman's retirement. Winners prior to that were retrospectively awarded Leading Goalkicker Medals.[1][2] The winners of the Coleman Medal are:Year Winner Team Goals (not incl. finals) Total goals (incl
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Norm Smith Medal
The Norm Smith
Norm Smith
Medal is the award given in the AFL Grand Final
AFL Grand Final
to the player adjudged by an independent panel of experts to have been the best player in the match.[1] The Norm Smith
Norm Smith
Medal is named after former Melbourne player and coach, Norm Smith. It was named in his honour mostly due to his coaching feats in Grand Finals: he coached six Melbourne premiership sides from eight appearances in Grand Finals.Contents1 History 2 Voting 3 List of winners 4 Multiple winners 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] As with most individual awards in team sports, the Norm Smith
Norm Smith
Medal is usually awarded to a player on the winning side. Only four players have won the award in losing sides: Maurice Rioli
Maurice Rioli
in 1982, Gary Ablett, Sr
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AFL Players Association Awards
The AFL Players Association
AFL Players Association
awards are a group of awards given annually to players in the Australian Football League, voted for by all AFL players.Contents1 Main awards1.1 Leigh Matthews Trophy 1.2 Best Captain1.2.1 Winners1.3 Robert Rose Award for Most Courageous Player1.3.1 Winners1.4 Best First-Year Player1.4.1 Winners2 Other awards2.1 Marn Grook
Marn Grook
Award2.1.1 Winners2.2 Grant Hattam Trophy 2.3 Education and Training Excellence Award 2.4 Mike Fitzpatrick Scholarships3 References 4 External linksMain awards[edit] The AFLPA nominates the following four awards as their main awards. Leigh Matthews Trophy[edit] The Leigh Matthews Trophy has been awarded by the players to the best player of the season annually since 1982
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Cazaly Stadium
Cazaly's Stadium is a sports stadium in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It is situated in the suburb of Westcourt. The stadium is named after Australian rules footballer Roy Cazaly. With a capacity of approximately 13,500 people, Cazaly's Stadium is the largest oval stadium in Cairns and features a main grandstand relocated from the Brisbane Cricket Ground in the late 1990s. It is used by the Queensland Cricket Association, Queensland Rugby League, and AFL Cairns
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Aurora Stadium
York Park
York Park
is a sports ground in the Inveresk and York Park
York Park
Precinct, Launceston, Australia. Holding 21,000 people — the largest capacity stadium in Tasmania
Tasmania
York Park
York Park
is known commercially as University of Tasmania
Tasmania
Stadium[1] and was formerly known as Aurora Stadium under a previous naming rights agreement signed with Aurora Energy
Aurora Energy
in 2004. Primarily used for Australian rules football, its record attendance of 20,971 was set in June 2006, when Hawthorn Football Club
Hawthorn Football Club
played Richmond Football Club
Richmond Football Club
in an Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(AFL) match. The area was swampland before becoming Launceston's showgrounds in 1873
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Subiaco Oval
Subiaco Oval
Subiaco Oval
(/suːbiˈækoʊ/; also known under naming rights from 2015-17 as Domain Stadium,[2] and colloquially as Subi) is a disused stadium located in Subiaco, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Formerly the highest capacity stadium in Western Australia
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Simon Goodwin
Simon Goodwin
Simon Goodwin
(born 26 December 1976 in Adelaide, South Australia) is the senior coach of the Melbourne Football Club. He is a retired professional Australian rules footballer, a former dual premiership player for the Adelaide
Adelaide
Crows, a multi-times All-Australian player and a former captain of the Adelaide
Adelaide
Crows. Goodwin played a total of 275 senior games in his AFL career, all for the Adelaide
Adelaide
Crows
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West Coast Eagles
The West Coast Eagles
West Coast Eagles
is a professional Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club based in Perth, Western Australia, currently playing in the Australian Football League (AFL). Representing the Australian state of Western Australia, in particular the Perth
Perth
metropolitan region, the club trains and plays its home games at Perth Stadium
Perth Stadium
in Burswood, Western Australia, having previously also played matches at the WACA Ground
WACA Ground
in East Perth. The club is one of two Australian Football League
Australian Football League
clubs based in Western Australia, with the other being the Fremantle Football Club. The club was founded in 1986 as an expansion team and entered the competition the following season, along with the Brisbane Bears, making the finals series for the first time in 1988
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St Kilda Football Club
The St Kilda Football Club, nicknamed the Saints, is an Australian rules football club based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The club plays in the Australian Football League, the sport's premier league. The club's name originates from its original home base in the bayside Melbourne
Melbourne
suburb of St Kilda in which the club was established in 1873
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Collingwood Football Club
The Collingwood Football Club, nicknamed the Magpies or less formally the Pies, is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club which plays in the Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(AFL)
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AAMI Stadium
Football Park, also known commercially as AAMI Stadium, is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
stadium located in West Lakes, a western suburb of Adelaide, the state capital of South Australia, Australia. It was built in 1973 by the South Australian National Football League and opened in 1974. Until the end of the 2013 AFL season, it served as the home ground of both the Adelaide
Adelaide
Football Club and Port Adelaide Football Club. It also hosted all SANFL
SANFL
finals from 1974 to 2013
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Port Adelaide Football Club
The Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide
Football Club is a professional Australian rules football club based in Alberton, Port Adelaide, South Australia. The club's senior team plays in the Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(AFL) under the nickname Power, whilst its reserves and development teams compete in the South Australian National Football League
South Australian National Football League
(SANFL) under the nickname Magpies.[3] Port Adelaide
Port Adelaide
is the oldest professional sporting club in South Australia
South Australia
and the fifth-oldest club in the AFL. Since the club's first game on 24 May 1870, the club has won 36 South Australian league premierships, including six in a row
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