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41. 1987 in Australian Rules Football: 1987 Vfl Season
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: John Platten (Hawthorn) Results and statistics for the Victorian Football League season of 1987. Melbourne defeated Essendon 8.10 (58) to 8.6 (54) in the Final at Waverley Park. All teams played 22 games during the home and away season, for a total of 154. An additional 6 games were played during the finals series. Brisbane and West Coast were added to the competition. Abbreviation guide: Gms=Games played in the season, Gls/Bhds=Goals and behinds kicked, Acc%=Accuracy percentage (Goals divided by Goals + Behinds multiplied by 100), GpM=Average goals per match In three home games from Round 16 to Round 18, the Sydney Swans amassed the most prolific string of high scores in VFL history, scoring 97.53 (635). Their individual scores were: 30.21 (201) against West Coast, winning by 130 points; 36.20 (236) against Essendon, winning by 163 points; and 31.12 (198) against Richmond, winning by 91 points. ... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=8443561 ... Read more


42. 1906 in Oceania: 1906 Elections in Australia, 1906 in Australia, 1906 in Australian Rules Football, 1906 in New Zealand
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: 1906 Elections in Australia, 1906 in Australia, 1906 in Australian Rules Football, 1906 in New Zealand, Australian Federal Election, 1906, Candidates of the Australian Federal Election, 1906, 1906 Vfl Season, Australian Referendum, 1906, South Australian State Election, 1906, 1906 Vfl Grand Final, International Exhibition. Excerpt:Federal election major party leaders Federal elections were held in Australia on 12 December 1906. All 75 seats in the House of Representatives , and 18 of the 36 seats in the Senate were up for election. The incumbent Protectionist Party led by Prime Minister of Australia Alfred Deakin defeated the opposition Anti-Socialist Party led by George Reid .Party : Votes : % : Swing : Seats : Change Independent: Frederick Holder (Wakefield , SA)Party : Votes : % : Swing : Seats Won : Seats Held Independent: William Trenwith (Vic)It was the third federal election in Australia following the adoption of the federal government . The election was largely important as it would demonstrate which of the parties (if any) could hold together a stable government after the unstable second term of the previous one, which saw four different governments in power. It would also see both of the Anti-Socialist parties could survive the implementation of protectionist policies which differentiated the two. This was also the first election where seats throughout the country were voted for via a First-past-the-post system, and the first time that Tasmania drew electorates. The election result was the creation of a Protectionist-Labour coalition government led by Deakin, which remained in power largely due to the unwillingness of the Anti-Socialist Party to support a vote of no confidence against it.There were three main political parties contending for seats, each of which we... ... Read more


43. Australian Rules Football Executives: Jeff Kennett, Eddie Mcguire, Geoffrey Edelsten, Richard Pratt, Jim Stynes, Ron Evans
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Chapters: Jeff Kennett, Eddie Mcguire, Geoffrey Edelsten, Richard Pratt, Jim Stynes, Ron Evans, Walter Baldwin Spencer, Greg Sewell, James Brayshaw, List of Vfl/afl Presidents, Lindsay Fox, Stephen Kernahan, Andrew Demetriou, H. C. A. Harrison, Ray Dunn, Kenneth Luke, Stuart Spencer, Joseph Gutnick, Frank Costa, John Elliott, Bob Mclean, Mike Fitzpatrick, Brian Cook, Max Basheer, Likely Mcbrien, Wayne Jackson, Allan Hird, Ben Buckley, William C. Mcclelland, Greg Westaway, Ron Casey, Brian Cunningham, Bob Lee, William Magarey, Arnold Byfield, Ian Collins, Bob Hammond, Ross Oakley, Brendon Gale, Travis Payze, Scott Gooch, Rod Butterss, Allen Aylett, Neville Crowe, Andrew Plympton, Graeme Allan, Harry Curtis, Alex Waislitz, Graeme John, George Henry Bennett, Garry Davidson, Ian Ridley, Bob Rush, Dalton Gooding, Fred Book, Kevin Rose, Barney Herbert, Brendan Schwab, Ron Hovey, Graham Smorgon, Scott Wade, Andrew Ireland, Geoff Long, Chas Brownlow, Rick Hart, David Shaw, Graeme Richmond, Geoff Lord, Eric Mccutchan, Pat Rodriguez, Jack Hamilton, Gary March, David Smorgon, Thomas Seymour Hill, Alex Mccracken, Bruce Weber, Danny Corcoran, Paul Gardner, Greg Swann, Maurie Fleming, Ian Rice, Ivan Rohrt. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 255. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Find more about Jeff Kennett on Wikipedia's sister projects: Quotations from WikiquoteJeffrey Gibb Kennett AC (born 2 March 1948), a former Australian politician, was the Premier of Victoria between 1992 and 1999. He is currently the President of Hawthorn Football Club. He was the founding Chairman, and now a Director, of beyondblue, a national depression initiative. Kennett was born in Melbourne on 2 March 1948, and educated at Scotch College. Kennett was an unexceptional student academically, but did well in Scotch's Cadet...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=63591 ... Read more


44. Australian Rules Football in Canada: Toronto Downtown Dingos, Canada National Australian Rules Football Team, Calgary Kookaburras, Afl Canada
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Chapters: Toronto Downtown Dingos, Canada National Australian Rules Football Team, Calgary Kookaburras, Afl Canada, Eastern Canada Australian Football League, North West Pacific Football League. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 34. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Australian rules football in Canada is a fast growing team and spectator sport which has been played since the late 1980s. Australian football is currently played in four Canadian provinces - Ontario, Alberta, Quebec and British Columbia. The Ontario league, centred around Toronto but also including sides from cities as far afield as Guelph, Hamilton, Ottawa and Montreal, is considered the largest outside of Australia. In western Canada, there are clubs in Edmonton, Calgary and a six-team league in the Vancouver area. There is also a number of junior and women's clubs across Canada. Between 1987 and 1989, the Australian Football League staged several exhibition matches in Canada, attracting large crowds and much interest. The 1987 game holds the record for a VFL/AFL match held outside of Australia. In the late 1980s, regional ESPN broadcasts in Canada showed highlights of the Victorian Football League from Australia. The Canadian Australian Football League was established in May 1989 when two clubs the Mississauga Mustangs and the Toronto Panthers were formed and played in the inaugural Conacher Cup game in Toronto, Ontario. Since then, the game of Australian football in Canada has expanded considerably nationwide. In 1990, the Scarborough Rebels, the North York Hawks and the Hamilton Wildcats joined, with the Balmy Beach Saints coming on board in 1992. The North York Hawks later relocated and became known as the Broadview Hawks. The Brampton Wolverines, the league's seventh team, were formed in 1993. The Scarborough Reb...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=4396126 ... Read more


45. 1978 in Australian Rules Football: 1978 Vfl Season, 1978 Vfl Grand Final
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Chapters: 1978 Vfl Season, 1978 Vfl Grand Final. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 22. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Results and statistics for the Victorian Football League season of 1978. Fitzroy defeated North Melbourne 13.18 (96) to 2.8 (20) in the Final. Hawthorn defeated North Melbourne 18.13 (121) to 15.13 (103), in front of a crowd of 101704 people. (For an explanation of scoring see Australian rules football). ...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=10887680 ... Read more


46. 1948 in Australia: 1948 Elections in Australia, 1948 in Australian Rules Football, 1948 Ashes Series, Fourth Test, 1948 Ashes Series
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: 1948 Elections in Australia, 1948 in Australian Rules Football, 1948 Ashes Series, Fourth Test, 1948 Ashes Series, First Test, 1948 Ashes Series, Taman Shud Case, Second Test, 1948 Ashes Series, Third Test, 1948 Ashes Series, Fifth Test, 1948 Ashes Series, 1948 Vfl Season, 1948 Nswrfl Season, Tasmanian State Election, 1948, 1948 Claxton Shield, 1948 Australian Grand Prix, 1948 Vfl Grand Final, Indian Cricket Team in Australia in 1947-48, Australian Referendum, 1948, 1948 Queensland Railway Strike. Excerpt:A general election for the House of Assembly was held in the Australian state of Tasmania on 21 August 1948.Background In December 1947, Labor leader Robert Cosgrove had stood down as Premier while he faced charges of bribery, corruption and conspiracy. Cosgrove was acquitted of all charges on 22 February 1948, and was re-elected as Premier by the caucus, taking over from Edward Brooker who had filled in for him for three months. Brooker died on 18 June, four months after handing the premiership back to Cosgrove, and two months prior to the 1948 election. On 8 July, the Legislative Council voted to grant the House of Assembly two months supply provided an election was called after that time. The election was fought mainly on constitutional issues. Results Tasmanian state election, 21 August 1948 House of Assembly1946 1950Distribution of Seats item Electorate : Seats won Labor Aftermath Labor lost its slender one seat majority, winning 15 seats out of 30, although they regained government and Cosgrove remained as Premier after receiving the support of one of the Independent members, Bill Wedd . References (URLs online) Websites (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at 1948 Ashes series item Teams item England : Australia item Captains item NWD Yardley ... ... Read more


47. Australian Rules Football Films (Study Guide): The Club, Australian Rules, Year of the Dogs, the Great Macarthy
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This is nonfiction commentary.Chapters: The Club, Australian Rules, Year of the Dogs, the Great Macarthy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 18. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Club is a satirical play by Australian playwright David Williamson, that follows the fortunes of a football club over the course of a season. It explores the clashes between "human loyalty versus materialistic gain". It was inspired by the backroom dealings and antics of the Victorian Football League's Collingwood. The play was produced in 1977, appropriately in Melbourne. It has been in the senior English syllabi for four Australian states for many years, and has even run in America, under the name Players. A film version was produced in 1980, written by David Williamson, directed by Bruce Beresford and starring John Howard, Jack Thompson, Graham Kennedy and Frank Wilson. The film was described as a "hilarious, sharply observed slice of life". In 2007 The Club was re-produced and is currently touring Australia, starring John Wood, Denis Moore and Christopher Connelly. The club pay a high price for Tasmanian recruit, Geoff Hayward (Howard). Geoff does not play well initially, infuriating the dedicated coach, Laurie Holden (Thompson). With the club playing so badly, Laurie's coaching days look to be over soon. Ted Parker (Kennedy), the club president is forced to resign following an assault on a stripper where he punched her because she wasnt interested in him but had previously acted very interested but this incident could have been kept quiet apart from the fact that there was backstabbing from various board members, especially Jock (Frank Wilson) and Gerry (Alan Cassell). Laurie discovers that the board wants to sack him (arising from a long grudge held against Laurie by Jock), so Laurie inspires Geoff to st...http://booksllc.net/?id=207649 ... Read more


48. 1990 in Australian Rules Football: 1990 Afl Season
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Results and statistics for the Australian Football League season of 1990. See List of Australian Football League premiers for a complete list. Essendon defeated North Melbourne 17.10 (112) to 10.16 (76) All teams played 22 games during the home and away season, for a total of 154. An additional 7 games were played during the finals series. NOTE: The "home" team is listed first Goals Hawthorn: Brereton (2), Dunstall (2), Hall (2), Platten, PritchardGoals Melbourne: Bennett (4), Stretch (2), Eishold, Healy, Jackson, SpaldingBest Hawthorn: Hall, Tuck, Mew, PritchardBest Melbourne: Eishold, Stynes, Campbell, Yeats, Rohde, Newport, HealyUmpires: Carey, SawersAttendance: 74,954 at the MCG Goals Collingwood: Daicos (4), Barwick (3), Brown (3), Taylor (2), MansonGoals West Coast: Sumich (4), Lewis (2), Heady (2), Langdon (2), Kemp, Keene, WatermanBest Collingwood: Brown, Wright, Francis, Millane, A. Richardson, Gayfer, DaicosBest West Coast: Lewis, Heady, Lamb, Mainwaring, Hart, Langdon, WattersUmpires: Ball, RichAttendance: 57,546 at Waverley Park Goals Collingwood: Brown (4), Daicos (4), Manson (2), Crosisca (2), Francis (2), Kelly, Russell, McGuane, Christian, MillaneGoals West Coast: Sumich (4), Keene (2), Langdon, Turley, KempBest Collingwood: Christian, Francis, Wright, Morwood, Brown, Gayfer, McGuaneBest West Coast: Turley, Sumich, Lamb, Keene, Worsfold, LewisUmpires: Mitchell, SheehanAttendance: 53,520 at Waverley Park Goals Melbourne: Grinter (4), Bennett (2), Yeats (2), Jackson (2), Tingay, Campbell, Spalding, Healy, EisholdGoals West Coast: Waterman (6), Sumich (4), Jackson (3), Mainwaring (2), Lewis, Keene, Langdon, KempBest Melbourne: B. Lovett, Spalding, Campbell, Eishold, Stynes, GrinterBest West Coast: Turley, Keene, Mainwaring, Wate... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=5342829 ... Read more


49. 1929 in Oceania: 1929 Elections in Australia, 1929 in Australia, 1929 in Australian Rules Football, 1929 in New Zealand
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: 1929 Elections in Australia, 1929 in Australia, 1929 in Australian Rules Football, 1929 in New Zealand, Centenary of Western Australia, 1929 Vfl Season, Candidates of the Australian Federal Election, 1929, Kings Park, Western Australia, English Cricket Team in Australia in 1928-29, 1929 Nswrfl Season, Silver Centenary, 1929 Vfl Grand Final, All Saints Church, Henley Brook, Queensland State Election, 1929, 1929 Arthur's Pass Earthquake, Rothbury Riot, 1929 Timber Workers Strike, Round House, 1929 Australian Grand Prix, Western Australian Centenary Air Race, 1929 Chatham Cup, Mungana Affair. Excerpt:Federal election major party leaders Federal elections were held in Australia on 12 October 1929. All 75 seats in the House of Representatives were up for election, with no Senate seats up for election, as a result of Billy Hughes and other rebel backbenchers crossing the floor over industrial relations legislation, depriving the Bruce government of a lower house majority. In the resulting election, the incumbent Nationalist Party of Australia led by Prime Minister of Australia Stanley Bruce in power since 1923 with coalition partner the Country Party led by Earle Page was defeated by the opposition Australian Labor Party led by James Scullin . Labor won with its then largest-ever majority in the federal parliament.It was the only federal election in Australia's history at which no sitting members retired. It also saw the defeat of the Prime Minister Stanley Bruce in his own seat of Flinders ; this was the first time that a serving Prime Minister has lost his own seat at an election.Party : Votes : % : Swing : Seats : Change Independent: William McWilliams (Franklin , Tas)See Australian federal election, 1928 for Senate composition.See also (online edition) References (URLs online)... ... Read more


50. 1913 in Australia: 1913 Elections in Australia, 1913 in Australian Rules Football, Candidates of the Australian Federal Election, 1913
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Chapters: 1913 Elections in Australia, 1913 in Australian Rules Football, Candidates of the Australian Federal Election, 1913, 1913 Vfl Season, 1911-1916 Australian Drought, Tasmanian State Election, 1913, 1913 Nswrfl Season, Australian Referendum, 1913, 1913 Vfl Grand Final, Australian Referendum, 1913, Australian Referendum, 1913, Australian Referendum, 1913, Australian Referendum, 1913, Australian Referendum, 1913. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 66. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt:Federal election major party leaders Federal elections were held in Australia on 31 May 1913. All 75 seats in the House of Representatives , and 18 of the 36 seats in the Senate were up for election. The incumbent Australian Labor Party led by Prime Minister of Australia Andrew Fisher was defeated by the opposition Commonwealth Liberal Party led by Joseph Cook , by a single seat. The new government also held a minority of seats in the Senate.The Labour Party was renamed by King O'Malley to the Labor Party in 1912.Party : Votes : % : Swing : Seats : Change Party : Votes : % : Swing : Seats Won : Seats Held See also (online edition) Notes References (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at The 1913 Australian Referendum was held on 31 May 1913. It contained six referendum questions.A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at A general election for the House of Assembly was held in the Australian state index{stat... ... Read more


51. Australian Rules Football Team Introduction: South Adelaide Football Club, Myrtleford Football Club, Collingwood Vfl Football Club
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Chapters: South Adelaide Football Club, Myrtleford Football Club, Collingwood Vfl Football Club, Dandenong Stingrays, New Norfolk Eagles, Murray Bushrangers, Western Jets, Peel Thunder Football Club, Williamstown Football Club, Subiaco Football Club, Ocean Grove Football Club, Frankston Football Club, Channel Saints, North Ballarat Football Club, Southport Australian Football Club, North Hobart Demons, Northern Territory Football Club, Casey Scorpions, Reading Kangaroos, West Perth Football Club, Morningside Australian Football Club, Shinboner Spirit, Zillmere Eagles Australian Football Club, Calder Cannons, Claremont Magpies, Kedron Grange Football Club, Aspley Australian Football Club, Lindisfarne Blues, Cygnet Football Club, Sorell Eagles, Katunga Football Club, Jacana Football Club, Redland Australian Football Club, Barwon Heads Football Club, Broadbeach Australian Football Club, Katandra Football Club, Brighton Robins, Broadford Football Club, Royals Football Club, Echuca United Football Club, North Ballarat Rebels, Glasgow Sharks, Rumbalara Football Club, Huonville Lions, Northern Knights, Wodonga Raiders Football Club, Kingborough Tigers, North Launceston Football Club, Portarlington Football Club, Bendigo Bombers, Australian Convicts, St George Afc, Oakleigh Chargers, Geelong Amateur Football Club, Kermandie Robins, Lalor Football Club, Strathmerton Football Club, Shepparton East Football Club, Anglesea Football Club, Drysdale Football Club, Tongala Football Club, Sunbury Kangaroos Football Club, Wunghnu Football Club, Dodges Ferry Sharks, Queenscliff Football Club, Tungamah Football Club, Waaia Football Club, Central Hawks, Coorparoo Australian Football Club, Yarroweyah Football Club, Cobram Football Club, Wallan Football Club, Torquay Football Club, Dookie United Football Club, Yarrawonga Football Club, Corowa Rutherglen Football Club, Jerilderie Football Club, Western United Tigers, Katamatite Football Club, Wood...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=2666043 ... Read more


52. 2009 in Australian Rules Football: 2009 Afl Season, 2009 Australian Football Code Crowds, 2009 Brownlow Medal, Brisbane Lions Season 2009
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Chapters: 2009 Afl Season, 2009 Australian Football Code Crowds, 2009 Brownlow Medal, Brisbane Lions Season 2009, 2009 Afl Draft, Geelong Football Club Season 2009, 2009 Afl Finals Series, 2009 Afl Grand Final, List of Afl Debuts in 2009, Essendon Football Club Season 2009, 2009 Nab Cup, Western Bulldogs Season 2009, 2009 Afl National Under 18 Championships, 2009 All-Australian Team, Hawthorn Football Club Season 2009, 2009 Vfl Season, 2009 International Rules Series. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 160. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The 2009 Australian Football League season commenced on 26 March and concluded on 26 September. It was the 113th season of the VFL/AFL competition. The season consisted of 22 home and away rounds and 4 rounds of finals, culminating in the 2009 AFL Grand Final which determined the 2009 AFL premiers. Geelong won the Grand Final. The main hype around the 2009 pre-season draft was fallen ex-eagle star Ben Cousins' draft by Richmond after they were refused by the AFL to place injured player Graham Polak on the rookie list and have two draft picks. The AFL Rising Star is awarded to the best player who, as of the beginning of the season, is under the age of 21 and has played fewer than 10 games. Each week one player is nominated and at the end of the season a selection panel votes to select the overall winner. Nominations The Australian Football League celebrates the best goal of the season through the annual Goal of the Year competition. From 2009 onwards, the commercial name for the award is the AFL Stores Goal of the Year. Nominations The Australian Football League celebrates the best mark of the season through the annual Mark of the Year competition. From 2009 onwards, the commercial name for the award is the Hungry Jacks Mark of the Year. Nominatio...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=19841582 ... Read more


53. 1956 in Australian Rules Football: 1956 Vfl Season, 1956 Perth Carnival, 1956 Vfl Grand Final, Australian Football at the 1956 Summer Olympics
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Chapters: 1956 Vfl Season, 1956 Perth Carnival, 1956 Vfl Grand Final, Australian Football at the 1956 Summer Olympics. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Results and statistics for the VFL/AFL season of 1956. From 22 November to 8 December, the 1956 Summer Olympics were to be held in Melbourne, with a re-configured Melbourne Cricket Ground as its Main Stadium. The need to accommodate this fact brought certain unusual changes to the 1956 VFL home-and-away season: It was a well-established VFL practice to treat the Melbourne-Richmond and South Melbourne-St Kilda team pairs in a particular way: at no time would a pair of teams play a home game on the same day. This was done for: The fact that Melbourne could not use the Melbourne Cricket Ground before 12 May (round 5), and that Melbourne would therefore have 4 "away" matches in rounds 1-4 was demonstrably unfair to the other 11 teams, because Melbourne would then have 4 "home" matches in rounds 12-15 (closer to the "business end" of the season). It would be even more unjust to its "paired" team Richmond, who would be forced to play 4 "home" matches in rounds 1-4 and 4 "away" matches in rounds 12-15. To overcome this perceived anomaly in the best possible way, the VFL designated Melbourne's round 4 match against Fitzroy as a Melbourne "home" match and scheduled it to be played at the Punt Road Oval. In order, to accommodate all these extraordinary issues, the VFL eventually determined that Melbourne would play their nine home and nine away matches as follows: (1) Away, (2) Away, (3) Away, (4) Home (Punt Road), (5) Home (MCG), (6) Away, (7) Home (MCG), (8) Away, (9) Home (MCG), (10) Home (MCG), (11) Away, (12) Home (MCG), (13) Home (MCG), (14) Home (MCG), (15) Away, (16) Away, (17) Home (MCG), (18) A...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=10640687 ... Read more


54. 1963 in Australia: 1963 Australian Television Series Debuts, 1963 Elections in Australia, 1963 in Australian Rules Football
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Chapters: 1963 Australian Television Series Debuts, 1963 Elections in Australia, 1963 in Australian Rules Football, Candidates of the Australian Federal Election, 1963, 1963 Vfl Season, 1963 Davis Cup, 1963 Armstrong 500, 1963 Six Hour le Mans, 1963 Nswrfl Season, 1963 Australian Drivers' Championship, 1963 Australian Touring Car Championship, Bogle-Chandler Case, 1963 Australian Grand Prix, Hunter Valley Cannabis Infestation, Queensland State Election, 1963, Beauty and the Beast, 1963 Vfl Grand Final, Logie Awards of 1963, 1963 Australian Formula Junior Championship, Geurie Crossing Loop Collision, Bolton V Madsen, English Cricket Team in Australia in 1962-63, South African Cricket Team in Australia in 1963-64, 1963 Claxton Shield, 1963 Australian Gt Championship. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 111. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt:Beauty and the Beast is an Australian panel television show that has appeared in numerous versions since the early days of Australian television. The first version began in 1963 on the Seven Network with host Eric Baume as the "Beast". Baume was later replaced by male presenters including John Laws , Stuart Wagstaff , Noel Ferrier and Rex Mossop . The original "Beauties" included Maggie Tabberer , Dita Cobb, Ena Harwood (mother of Andrew Harwood ), Pat Firman, Patricia Lovell , Hazel Phillips, Noeline Brown and Freda Lesslie. Viewers write in asking for advice about personal problems such as family squabbles, questions of social etiquette, marriage problems, contraception, work or career problems. The host of the program - usually an intentionally brusque and outspoken older male - presents each viewer question in turn and a panel of female celebrities provide their advice on the problem and the panel discusses the problem and the advice given offering opinions and views.In 1982, the f... ... Read more


55. 1923 in Oceania: 1923 in Australia, 1923 in Australian Rules Football, 1923 in New Zealand, 1923 Vfl Season, 1923 Nswrfl Season
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: 1923 in Australia, 1923 in Australian Rules Football, 1923 in New Zealand, 1923 Vfl Season, 1923 Nswrfl Season, 1923 Victorian Police Strike, 1923 Vfl Grand Final, Tauranga By-Election, 1923, 1923 Chatham Cup, Oamaru By-Election, 1923. Excerpt:1923 in Australia See also: 1922 in Australia, other events of 1923 , 1924 in Australia and the Timeline of Australian history .Incumbents State premiers State governors Events item February 8 Billy Hughes resigns as Prime Minister , after the Country Party refuses to govern in coalition with him as the leader of the Nationalist Party . Hughes is succeeded by his Treasurer , Stanley Bruce . item April 25 The first Anzac Day dawn service is held in Albany, Western Australia . item April 28 Construction commences on the Sydney Harbour Bridge . item August 14 John Hayes resigns as Premier of Tasmania after failing to resolve Tasmania's financial crisis. Sir Walter Lee becomes Premier for the second time. item September 7 Harry Lawson assumes office for a second term as Premier of Victoria , forming a National -Country Party ministry. item October 10 Telephone link between Sydney and Brisbane officially opened. item October 12 Cairns, Queensland is proclaimed a city. item October 14 Severe floods in Melbourne , two people drown. item October 25 Sir Walter Lee is defeated in a no-confidence motion , and Joseph Lyons becomes Premier of Tasmania . item October 31 The Marble Bar heat wave begins, which by 7 April 1924 will hold the world record for the longest number of consecutive days (160) in which a temperature above 100┬░Fahrenheit (37.8┬░Celsius ) was recorded. item November 1 The 1923 Victorian Police strike begins, with half of the Victoria Police force st... ... Read more


56. 2003 in Australian Rules Football: 2003 Afl Season, 2003 Afl Draft, 2003 Afl Grand Final
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Chapters: 2003 Afl Season, 2003 Afl Draft, 2003 Afl Grand Final. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 32. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Mark Ricciuto (Adelaide) Adam Goodes (Sydney)Results and statistics for the Australian Football League season of 2003. See List of Australian Football League premiers for a complete list. See 2003 AFL Draft for more information. The 2003 Wizard Home Loans Cup saw Adelaide Crows defeat Collingwood 15.14 (104) to 10.13 (73) in the Final. (For an explanation of pre-season scoring see Pre-season rule changes) The Sydney-Collingwood game is notable as it is the highest attended Aussie Rules match ever played outside of Victoria. This marks the first time that Fremantle played a finals match and the first time that all non-Victorian teams played in a finals series. This was the third consecutive Grand Final won by the Brisbane Lions during a three-year streak. Total match attendance for all games was 5,872,352 people. Attendance at the Grand Final was 79,451 people. The largest non-finals attendance was 72,393 people for the Collingwood v Sydney game of Round 21. ...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=1148507 ... Read more


57. 1924 in Oceania: 1924 Elections in Australia, 1924 in Australia, 1924 in Australian Rules Football, 1924 in New Zealand, 1924 in Tonga
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: 1924 Elections in Australia, 1924 in Australia, 1924 in Australian Rules Football, 1924 in New Zealand, 1924 in Tonga, 1924 Vfl Season, Brownlow Medal, 1924 Nswrfl Season, 1924 Brownlow Medal, New Zealand at the 1924 Summer Olympics, South Australian State Election, 1924, 1924 Hobart Carnival, 1924 Chatham Cup, English Cricket Team in Australia in 1924-25. Excerpt: Notable events in Tonga in 1924 include: ... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=3753905 ... Read more


58. Australian Sports Broadcasters: Australian Rules Football Commentators, Richie Benaud, Wayne Carey, Ian Chappell, Eddie Mcguire, Ian Johnson
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Chapters: Australian Rules Football Commentators, Richie Benaud, Wayne Carey, Ian Chappell, Eddie Mcguire, Ian Johnson, Jack Dyer, Royce Hart, Ian Healy, John Alexander, Malcolm Blight, Peter Sterling, Ted Whitten, Dermott Brereton, Bruce Mcavaney, Sam Newman, Paul Vautin, Roy Wright, Rex Hunt, Robert Walls, Dennis Cometti, Kevin Bartlett, Peter Mckenna, John Newcombe, Jason Dunstall, Glenn James, James Brayshaw, Sam Kekovich, Norman Banks, Andrew Orsatti, Frank Hyde, Vic Richardson, Tony Shaw, Les Murray, Mick Cronin, Phil Cleary, Brad Hardie, Lou Richards, Clinton Grybas, Adrian Barich, Doug Bigelow, Michael Schiavello, John Casey, George Donikian, Mark Colvin, Mark Beretta, Luke Darcy, Gerard Healy, Garry Lyon, Graham Cornes, Robert Dipierdomenico, Stephen Silvagni, Doug Hawkins, Darren Berry, Chris Dittmar, Tim Lane, Danny Frawley, Trevor Sprigg, Craig Hutchison, Andrew Maher, Bill Woods, Bruce Abernethy, Brian Taylor, Stephen Quartermain, Greg Rust, Harry Beitzel, Gerard Whateley, George Grljusich, Tim Webster, Bert Bryant, Doug Heywood, Ryan Phelan, Leigh Diffey, Wally Foreman, Mike Sheahan, Wayne Schwass, Stephanie Brantz, Ted Rippon, Peter Walsh, Frank Sparrow, Kelli Underwood, Arthur Marshall, Anthony Hudson, Dwayne Russell, Matthew Campbell, Glenn Mitchell, Ian Major, Gerry Collins, Gordon Bray, Karl Langdon, Christian Jantzen, Mike Williamson, Robert Grasso, John Tapp, Michael Christian, Trevor Marmalade, Bill Collins, Mike Tomalaris, Dan Lonergan, Ian Brayshaw, Anthony Mithen, Kim Hagdorn, Damien Lovelock, Jim Maxwell, Richard Champion, Caroline Wilson, Troy Luff, Howard Leigh, Michael Roberts, Jon Dorotich, Ian Robertson, Neil Cordy, Tim Gossage, Peter Landy, Karen Tighe, Leith Mulligan, Peter Larkins, Ken Sutcliffe, Drew Morphett, Tiffany Cherry, Michael Mclean, David Basheer, Jon Anderson, Darrell Eastlake, Norman May, Jim Main, Tony Leonard, Mark Readings, Christi Malthouse, Neil Evans, Clarke Hansen, Simone Thurtell, Murray Olds, Quentin Hull,... ... Read more


59. 1915 in Oceania: 1915 Elections in Australia, 1915 in Australia, 1915 in Australian Rules Football, 1915 in New Zealand, 1915 Vfl Season
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: 1915 Elections in Australia, 1915 in Australia, 1915 in Australian Rules Football, 1915 in New Zealand, 1915 Vfl Season, 1911-1916 Australian Drought, the Battle of Broken Hill, 1915 Nswrfl Season, the Songs of a Sentimental Bloke, Queensland State Election, 1915, South Australian State Election, 1915, 1915 Vfl Grand Final, Wide Bay By-Election, 1915, Dunedin Central By-Election, 1915, Jervis Bay Territory Acceptance Act 1915, Seat of Government Surrender Act 1915. Excerpt:Elections were held in the Australian state of Queensland on 22 May 1915 to elect the 72 members of the state's Legislative Assembly .The election was the second for the Ministerialist government of Digby Denham , who had been premier since 7 February 1911. The opposition Labor Party , led by T. J. Ryan , had two previous Premiers Anderson Dawson in 1899 and William Kidston in 1906 but the former did not command a majority of parliamentary support, while the latter maintained it by splitting the Labor Party. Labor had never before held majority government.The election resulted in the defeat of the government, and Queensland's first majority Labor government. All except two members of the Ministry up for election, including Denham himself, lost their seats.Key dates Date: Event Results The election saw a landslide to Labor from the 1912 election.Queensland state election, 22 May 1915 Legislative Assembly1912 1918335,195 electors were enrolled to vote at the election, but 8 seats (11.1 % of the total) were uncontested 6 Labor seats representing 24,564 enrolled voters, one Ministerialist seat representing 3,999 voters, and one Farmers' Union seat representing 4,571 voters.Aftermath This was the start of a period of Labor hegemony over the Assembly which lasted until 1957; the only breach was the Moore... ... Read more


60. 1972 in Australian Rules Football: 1972 Vfl Season
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Results and statistics for the Victorian Football League season of 1972. In 1972, the VFL competition consisted of twelve teams of 18 on-the-field players each, plus two substitute players, known as the 19th man and the 20th man. A player could be substituted for any reason; however, once substituted, a player could not return to the field of play under any circumstances. Teams played each other in a home-and-away season of 22 rounds; matches 12 to 22 were the "home-and-way reverse" of matches 1 to 11. Once the 22 round home-and-away season had finished, the 1972 VFL Premiers were determined by the specific format and conventions of the McIntyre "Final Five" system. Carlton defeated Richmond 28.9 (177) to 22.18 (150), in front of a crowd of 112393 people. (For an explanation of scoring see Australian rules football). ... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=10826385 ... Read more


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