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  • {{dambigbox|the Australian ball game|Football}} ...venues are often modified cricket fields. More commonly known as "Aussie Rules", it is a very popular sport in the states of Victoria and South Australia
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  • A form of football involving two teams of eighteen players on an oval-shaped field. Players c
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  • * [[:Category:Australian rules football|Australian rules football]] * [[Football]]
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  • * [[:Category:Australian rules football|Australian rules football]] * [[Football]]
    520 B (72 words) - 18:43, 1 October 2019
  • {{rpl|Football (general)}} {{rpl|Football (soccer)}}
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  • {{dambigbox|all forms of football|Football}} {{seealso|Football to 1900}}
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  • {{dambigbox|the Australian ball game|Football}} ...venues are often modified cricket fields. More commonly known as "Aussie Rules", it is a very popular sport in the states of Victoria and South Australia
    765 B (112 words) - 23:59, 1 March 2021
  • The '''AFL Commission'''is the governing body of [[Australian rules football]]. It was founded in 1985 and is based in [[Melbourne]]. [[Category:Australian rules football organisations]]
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  • {{rpl|Football}} {{rpl|Football to 1900}}
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  • {{seealso|Football}} The purpose of this article is to describe the development of [[football]] from its many perceived origins through its existence as a folk pastime
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  • {{r|Australian Rules Football}}
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  • {{r|American football}} {{r|Association football (soccer)|Association football}}
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  • ...ia) was an Australian [[tennis]] player who won the Men's Singles of the [[Australian Open]] in 1952. He and his longtime partner, [[Frank Sedgman]], are genera ...o 25, losing the first 12 matches. The following year, 1953–1954, in an Australian tour with Segura, Sedgman, and [[Pancho Gonzales]], he was beaten by Gonzal
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  • ...judged competitions]], and have clear winners and losers as defined by the rules that govern the sports.<ref>Some call those [[zero-sum game]]s, a term use ...yers, teams, competitions, and equipment. The [[Super Bowl]] in [[American football]] is a prime example: sponsorship of a thirty-second advertising slot duri
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  • ==Catching a ball==<!-- This section is linked from [[Football]] --> In both [[Australian rules football]] and [[rugby union]], a clean catch from a kick by another player results
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  • ...[[Common Travel Area]]. Northern Ireland is aligned with the EU for goods rules, so there are no checks on the land border. ...Ireland's policy of pursuing a policy of neutrality, and its "triple-lock" rules governing participation in conflicts. Deployments of Irish soldiers cover
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  • ...itle=Cumulative effects associated with recurrent concussion in collegiate football players: the NCAA Concussion Study |journal=JAMA |volume=290 |issue=19 |pa In a study of concussions in Australian Football League, 44% (102 of 234) were recorded during television broadcast.<ref na
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  • ...d the world. Except for the adoption of the tie-breaker in the 1970s, its rules have remained remarkably unchanged since the 1890s. Millions of people al ...[[Asphalt (paving)|asphalt]] base. Other include Rebound Ace (used at the Australian Open), coated asphalt (used at the U.S. Open), and cement.
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  • ...ales from playing his usual serve-and-volley game. He won even so, and the rules were changed back. So great was his ability to raise his game to the high ...nzales beat Rosewall in their initial match and eventually won their brief Australian tour 7 matches to 3, with Rosewall beating Gonzales in a tournament whose r
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  • ...eated the Mercians at [[Ellendun]]. In the next century his family came to rule all England. ...d]] (1649–1653) and then with a Protectorate (1653–1659): the personal rule of [[Oliver Cromwell]]. The monopoly of the Church of England on Christian
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  • ..."the body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia". In the next Australian season, England captain Ivo Bligh said he was going to "recover those ashes ...is front foot must land on or behind the popping crease. If he breaks this rule, the umpire calls "no ball".
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  • ...rent code of cricket, just as there are now two different codes of [[rugby football]]. By 1772, when the completion of detailed scorecards became commonplace, ...Benson & Hedges World Series Cup at the [[Melbourne Cricket Ground]], the Australian bowler Trevor Chappell, under orders from his captain and brother Greg Chap
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  • ...second most popular spectator sport after [[Association football (soccer)|football]]. Not bad for a children's game from some village in the southeast. ...-term policy of Longshanks was to unite all of Great Britain under English rule and then to expand into Europe. His grandson [[Edward III]] (1312–1377) r
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