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Darryl Wakelin
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.Contents1 AFL career1.1 Adelaide 1.2 St Kilda 1.3 Port Adelaide2 Personal life 3 Playing statistics 4 Trivia 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksAFL career[edit] Adelaide[edit] Wakelin 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.[1] St Kilda[edit] In 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. Wakelin was the first player from the "key defensive" positions of centre half-back or full-back to win the award
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Port Lincoln, South Australia
Port Lincoln
Port Lincoln
is a city on the lower Eyre Peninsula
Eyre Peninsula
in the Australian state of South Australia. It is situated on the shore of Boston Bay, which opens eastward into Spencer Gulf. It is the largest city in the West Coast region, and is located approximately 280 km as the crow flies from the State's capital city of Adelaide
Adelaide
(646 km by road). The city is reputed to have the most millionaires per capita in Australia.[7] The town claims to be the " Seafood
Seafood
Capital of Australia".[8]Contents1 History1.1 Water supply 1.2 Heritage listings2 Demographics 3 Geography3.1 Climate4 Government 5 Economy5.1 Tourism6 Transport 7 Culture 8 Media 9 Twin towns 10 Notable people 11 See also 12 References 13 External linksHistory[edit]This section needs additional citations for verification
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1996 AFL Season
The 1996 Australian Football League
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.Contents1 AFL Draft 2 Lightning Premiership 3 National Cup 4 Premiership Season4.1 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 R
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Identical Twin
Twins are two offspring produced by the same pregnancy.[1] 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
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Adelaide
Adelaide
Adelaide
(/ˈædəleɪd/ ( listen) AD-ə-layd)[8] is the capital city of the state of South Australia, and the fifth-most populous city of Australia. In June 2016, Adelaide
Adelaide
had an estimated resident population of 1,324,279.[1] Adelaide
Adelaide
is home to more than 75 percent of the South Australian population, making it the most centralised population of any state in Australia. Adelaide
Adelaide
is north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, on the Adelaide
Adelaide
Plains between the Gulf St Vincent
Gulf St Vincent
and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges
Mount Lofty Ranges
which surround the city
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Kick (football)
Kicking is a method used by many types of football, including:Association football Australian rules football International rules football American football Canadian football Gaelic football Rugby league Rugby unionKicking 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. Whereas most sports allow goals, touch downs or tries to be scored by methods other than kicking, in Australian rules football
Australian rules football
kicking for goal is the only method allowed to score a goal and get the maximum six point score
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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.Contents1 Skill 2 History 3 Handball competitions 4 References 5 External linksSkill[edit] Handball 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
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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
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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.Contents1 Name origin 2 American and Canadian football 3 Association football 4 Australian rules football4.1 Types of tackles in Australian rules 4.2 Other tackling methods5 Gaelic football 6 International rules football 7 Rugby league 8 Rugby union 9 Other uses 10 Allowable tackle types 11 Controversial techniques 12 ReferencesName origin[edit] In Middle Dutch, the verb tacken meant to grab or to handle
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1998 AFL Season
The 1998 Australian Football League
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 fo
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2006 AFL Season
The 2006 Australian Football League
Australian Football League
season was the 110th season of the elite Australian rules football competition. West Coast defeated defending premiers Sydney in the Grand Final to win their third premiership, in what was the first Grand Final since 1966 to be decided by one point.Contents1 Preseason competition 2 Premiership season2.1 Round 1 2.2 Round 2 2.3 Round 3 2.4 Round 4 (ANZAC Round) 2.5 Round 5 2.6 Round 6 2.7 Round 7 2.8 Round 8 2.9 Round 9 2.10 Round 10 2.11 Round 11 2.12 Round 12 2.13 Round 13 2.14 Round 14 2.15 Round 15 2.16 Round 16 2.17
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1999 AFL Season
The 1999 Australian Football League
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.Contents1 AFL Draft 2 Pre Season Cup 3 Premiership Season3.1 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
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2001 AFL Season
The 2001 Australian Football League
Australian Football League
season was the 105th season of the elite Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition.Contents1 AFL Draft 2 National Cup 3 Premiership season3.1
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2002 AFL Season
The 2002 Australian Football League
Australian Football League
season was the 106th season of the elite Australian rules football competition. See List of Australian Football League
Australian Football League
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2003 AFL Season
Nathan Buckley
Nathan Buckley
(Collingwood) Mark Ricciuto
Mark Ricciuto
(Adelaide) Adam Goodes
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2004 AFL Season
The 2004 Australian Football League
Australian Football League
season was the 108th season of the elite Australian rules football competition. See List of Australian Football League premiers for a complete list.Contents1 AFL Draft 2 Wizard Home Loans Cup 3 Premiership season3.1 Round 1 (season launch) 3.2 Round 2 3.3 Round 3 (Easter) 3.4 Round 4 3.5 Round 5 (ANZAC Day) 3.6 Round 6 3.7 Round 7 (Mother's Day) 3.8 Rou
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