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Darryl Wakelin
DARRYL WAKELIN (born 11 August 1974) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for St Kilda and Port Adelaide
Adelaide
in the Australian Football League as a defender. CONTENTS* 1 AFL career * 1.1 Adelaide
Adelaide
* 1.2 St Kilda * 1.3 Port Adelaide
Adelaide
* 2 Personal life * 3 Playing statistics * 4 Trivia * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 External links AFL CAREERADELAIDEWakelin was selected by Adelaide
Adelaide
with the 11th pick in the 1993 Pre-Season draft. After 2 seasons on their list he didn't play a senior game and was delisted at the end of 1994. ST KILDAIn 1994 he played in a premiership with the Magpies league team, winning the Jack Oatey Medal for best afield in the absence of his twin brother, Shane , who had already left for St Kilda
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Mark (Australian Football)
A MARK is a skill in Australian rules football
Australian rules football
where a player cleanly catches (is deemed to have controlled the ball for sufficient time) a kicked ball that has travelled more than 15 metres without anyone else touching it or the ball hitting the ground. It is a distinctive part of the game. Although catching the ball is also found in other codes of football, along with kicking the ball, it is one of the most prevalent skills in Australian football. Marking can also be one of the most spectacular and distinctive aspects of the game, and the best mark of the AFL season is awarded with the Mark of the Year , with similar competitions running across smaller leagues. The top markers in the Australian Football League
Australian Football League
, like Jason Dunstall and Jonathan Brown took an average of over 8 marks per game
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Tackle (football Move)
Most forms of football have a move known as a TACKLE. The primary and important purposes of tackling are to dispossess an opponent of the ball, to stop the player from gaining ground towards goal or to stop them from carrying out what they intend. The word is used in some contact variations of football to describe the act of physically holding or wrestling a player to the ground. In others, it simply describes one or more methods of contesting for possession of the ball. It can therefore be used as both a defensive or attacking move
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1996 AFL Season
The 1996 AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON was the 100th season of the elite Australian rules football competition. See List of Australian Football League premiers for a complete list. CONTENTS * 1 AFL Draft * 2 Lightning Premiership * 3 National Cup * 4 Premiership Season * 4.1 Round 1 * 4.2 Round 2 * 4.3 Round 3 * 4.4 Round 4 * 4.5 Round 5 * 4.6 Round 6 * 4.7 Round 7 * 4.8 Round 8 * 4.9 Round 9 * 4.10 Round 10 * 4.11 Round 11 * 4.12 Round 12 * 4.13 Round 13 * 4.14 Round 14 * 4.15 Round 15 * 4.16 Round 16 * 4.17 Round 17 * 4.18 Round 18 * 4.19 Round 19 * 4.20 Round 20 * 4.21 Round 21 * 4.22 Round 22 * 4.23 Qualifying Finals * 4.24 Semi Finals * 4.25 Preliminary Finals * 4.26 Grand Final * 5 Ladder * 5.1 Ladder progression * 6 Attendance * 7 Awards * 8 Notes * 9 References AFL DRAFTSee 1996 AFL Draft for more information
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1998 AFL Season
The 1998 AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON was the 102nd season of the elite Australian rules football competition. See List of Australian Football League
Australian Football League
premiers for a complete list. CONTENTS * 1 AFL draft * 2 Pre season cup final * 3 Premiership season * 3.1 Round 1 * 3.2 Round 2 * 3.3 Round 3 * 3.4 Round 4 * 3.5 Round 5 * 3.6 Round 6 * 3.7 Round 7 * 3.8 Round 8 * 3.9 Round 9 * 3.10 Round 10 * 3.11 Round 11 * 3.12 Round 12 * 3.13 Round 13 * 3.14 Round 14 * 3.15 Round 15 * 3.16 Round 16 * 3.17 Round 17 * 3.18 Round 18 * 3.19 Round 19 * 3.20 Round 20 * 3.21 Round 21 * 3.22 Round 22 * 4 Ladder * 4.1 Ladder progression * 5 Finals series * 5.1 Qualifying finals * 5.2 Semi finals * 5.3 Preliminary finals * 5.4 Grand Final * 6 Attendance * 7 Awards * 8 Notes * 9 References AFL DRAFTSee 1998 AFL Draft for more information
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Handball (Australian Rules Football)
HANDBALL or HANDPASS is a skill in the sport of Australian rules football . It is the primary means of disposing of the football by hand, and is executed by holding the ball with one hand and punching it with the other. CONTENTS * 1 Skill * 2 History * 3 Handball competitions * 4 References * 5 External links SKILLHandball is a method of disposing of possession of the football by hand. It is the most frequently used alternative to kicking the ball. In order to be a legal method to dispose of the ball, the player holds the ball with one hand and punches the ball away with the clenched fist of the other hand. A player typically punches with his dominant hand ; i.e. a holding the ball with the left hand and punching with the right hand is considered a right-handed handball
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Kick (football)
KICKING is a method used by many types of football , including: * Association football
Association football
* Australian rules football
Australian rules football
* International rules football * American football
American football
* Canadian football
Canadian football
* Gaelic football * Rugby league
Rugby league
* Rugby union
Rugby union
Kicking is the act of propelling a ball by striking it with the foot or depending upon the sport, with the shin. Kicking is most common in Association Football, where only the two goalkeepers are allowed to use their hands. It is also the primary method of transferring the ball in Australian rules football
Australian rules football
and Gaelic football
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West Coast Eagles Football Club
The WEST COAST EAGLES is a professional Australian rules football club based in Perth
Perth
, Western Australia
Western Australia
, currently playing in the Australian Football League
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 in Burswood, Western Australia
Western Australia
, having previously also played matches at the WACA Ground in East Perth. The club is one of two 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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Identical Twin
TWINS are two offspring produced by the same pregnancy . Twins can be either monozygotic ("identical"), meaning that they develop from one zygote , which splits and forms two embryos , or dizygotic ("fraternal"), meaning that they develop from two different eggs. In fraternal twins, each twin is fertilized by its own sperm cell. In contrast, a fetus that develops alone in the womb is called a singleton, and the general term for one offspring of a multiple birth is multiple. Non-related look-alikes whose resemblance parallels that of twins are referred to as doppelgangers
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Adelaide
ADELAIDE (/ˈædəleɪd/ ( listen ) AD-ə-layd ) is the capital city of the state of South Australia , and the fifth-most populous city of Australia
Australia
. In June 2016, Adelaide
Adelaide
had an estimated resident population of 1,326,354. South Australia, with a total of 1.7 million inhabitants, has the most centralised population of any state in Australia
Australia
, with more than 75 percent of its people living in greater Adelaide, while the other population centres in the state are relatively small. Adelaide
Adelaide
is north of the Fleurieu Peninsula
Fleurieu Peninsula
, on the Adelaide
Adelaide
Plains between the Gulf St Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges which surround the city
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1999 AFL Season
The 1999 AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON was the 103rd season of the elite Australian rules football competition. See List of Australian Football League premiers for a complete list. CONTENTS * 1 AFL Draft * 2 Pre Season Cup * 3 Premiership Season * 3.1 Round 1 * 3.2 Round 2 * 3.3 Round 3 * 3.4 Round 4 * 3.5 Round 5 * 3.6 Round 6 * 3.7 Round 7 * 3.8 Round 8 * 3.9 Round 9 * 3.10 Round 10 * 3.11 Round 11 * 3.12 Round 12 * 3.13 Round 13 * 3.14 Round 14 * 3.15 Round 15 * 3.16 Round 16 * 3.17 Round 17 * 3.18 Round 18 * 3.19 Round 19 * 3.20 Round 20 * 3.21 Round 21 * 3.22 Round 22 * 4 Ladder * 4.1 Ladder progression * 5 Finals series * 5.1 Qualifying Finals * 5.2 Semi Finals * 5.3 Preliminary Finals * 5.4 Grand Final * 6 Match attendance * 7 Awards * 8 See also * 9 Notes * 10 References AFL DRAFT See 1999 AFL Draft for more information
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2001 AFL Season
The 2001 AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON was the 105th season of the elite Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition. CONTENTS * 1 AFL Draft * 2 National Cup * 3 Premiership season * 3.1 Round 1 * 3.2 Round 2 * 3.3 Round 3 * 3.4 Round 4 * 3.5 Round 5 * 3.6 Round 6 * 3.7 Round 7 * 3.8 Round 8 * 3.9 Round 9 * 3.10 Round 10 * 3.11 Round 11 * 3.12 Round 12 * 3.13 Round 13 * 3.14 Round 14 * 3.15 Round 15 * 3.16 Round 16 * 3.17 Round 17 * 3.18 Round 18 * 3.19 Round 19 * 3.20 Round 20 * 3.21 Round 21 * 3.22 Round 22 * 4 Ladder * 4.1 Ladder progression * 5 Finals series * 5.1 Qualifying and Elimination Finals (Father\'s Day) * 5.2 Semi-Finals * 5.3 Preliminary Finals * 5.4 Grand Final * 6 Match attendance * 7 Awards * 8 Notable events * 9 References AFL DRAFTSee 2001 AFL Draft for more information
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Victorian College Of Pharmacy
MONASH UNIVERSITY, PARKVILLE CAMPUS is a campus of Monash University , located in Parkville , Victoria , Australia
Australia
. It is home to the FACULTY OF PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES, previously known as the VICTORIAN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. A centre of research and teaching, it is particularly well known for its research in drug development and formulation science , including the discovery and development of the world's first successful anti-influenza drug, Relenza
Relenza
. In international rankings, it is ranked as the number one school of pharmacy and pharmacology in Australia
Australia
and the equal fourth best in the world alongside King\'s College London . The campus is made up of 4 buildings, the latest one being first occupied in 2007. The newest, fourth building is primarily a research building, to complement the campuse's strong research background
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Russell Ebert
RUSSELL may refer to: CONTENTS * 1 People * 2 Places * 2.1 Australia * 2.2 Canada * 2.3 New Zealand * 2.4 Solomon Islands * 2.5 United States of America * 2.6 Extraterrestrial * 3 Electoral districts * 4 Ships * 5 Other uses * 6 See also PEOPLE Main articles: Russell (given name) and Russell (last name) * Lady Russell *
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Bruce Abernethy
ABERNETHY may refer to: CONTENTS* 1 Places * 1.1 In Scotland * 1.2 In the United States * 1.3 Other places * 2 Other uses * 3 See also PLACESIN SCOTLAND* Abernethy, Perth and Kinross
Abernethy, Perth and Kinross
* Abernethy (NBR) railway station , a former railway station in this village * List of listed build
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2007 AFL Season
The 2007 AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE SEASON was the 111th season of the elite Australian rules football competition. The regular season commenced on 30 March 2007, and concluded with the 2007 AFL Grand Final on 29 September 2007, with Geelong defeating Port Adelaide by 119 points, the highest winning-margin in an AFL Grand Final , to claim the 2007 AFL premiership
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