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Giants lose Greene but beat Suns in AFL – Australian Associated Press

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Todd Payten eyes Cowboys NRL coaching gig – Australian Associated Press

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Todd Payten has set his sights on coaching North Queensland after turning down the Warriors’ offer to lead the Auckland-based NRL club full-time.

The interim Warriors coach wants to remain in Australia long-term for family reasons.

“There’s another opportunity that’s on the table. That is the Cowboys,” Payten told NRL 360.

“I’m not in any process at the moment, they’re just aware of my interest.”

Payten has been temporarily in charge of the…



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TEAMS: Veteran Lion rested, Tiger returns for milestone – AFL

Richmond and Brisbane have named their teams for Tuesday night’s clash

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DUAL premiership Tiger Nick Vlastuin will return for Richmond’s clash with the in-form Brisbane Lions, who have managed a veteran for Tuesday night’s meeting.
The two-time flag winner missed last week’s win over the Western Bulldogs with a calf problem but has been included for the Metricon Stadium meeting in what will be his 150th game.
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The composed defender comes into the side for Oleg Markov, who has been omitted.
The Lions have only made one change after their Fr…

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Rising Star: Power forward latest nominee after breakout performance – AFL

Mitch Georgiades picked up the round nine nominating for the NAB AFL Rising Star award

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PORT Adelaide forward Mitch Georgiades has been nominated for the NAB AFL Rising Star after his outstanding performance in round nine.
The 18-year-old forward kicked three goals and had 11 score involvements in the 51-point win against Melbourne at the Gabba on Thursday night.
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In just his third senior game, Georgiades was influential for Port Adelaide with a strong display across half-forward and picked up two votes in the AFLCA Champion Player of Year award…

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