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caesar88

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Burnt by the Sun🌞...again. Same story different year.





 
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Good seeing all those hero's back on the MCG, especially good to see the likes of goodes, hanners.... lrt, teddy, mal, pyke...geez, all of them, they all did some special things on that day. Mattner, Morton...
 

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Hard to disagree. Better to hit this crossroad early rather than late in the season. Not a bad thing for a young team to fall under the radar again, hopefully they rediscover some form.
I'd like to think they'd be as embarrassed as hell over what they dished up on Saturday and they take it out on the bombers this week.
Just not real sure that's going to happen.
 

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I'd like to think they'd be as embarrassed as hell over what they dished up on Saturday and they take it out on the bombers this week.
Just not real sure that's going to happen.

It will happen Jewels. We got smashed around the contest by Brisbane, and we responded big time against Gol-

Oh wait. No I'm thinking of the Bulldogs game. When we were absolutely thumped in the contest by the Bulldogs, and then we responded big time against Nort-

No that's still not the one I'm thinking of!
 

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It will happen Jewels. We got smashed around the contest by Brisbane, and we responded big time against Gol-

Oh wait. No I'm thinking of the Bulldogs game. When we were absolutely thumped in the contest by the Bulldogs, and then we responded big time against Nort-

No that's still not the one I'm thinking of!
Sad to say Caesar that unfortunately you are 100% correct. I'm hoping the difference this week is that there should be far more media scrutiny after that debacle as there really is nothing from that game to hang our hat on, we were weak in every single facet.
 

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The artwork on the guernsey is titled Duguwaybul Yindyamangidyal which means altogether respectfully: respect, gentleness, politeness, honour, careful, altogether as one. It represents connectedness, depicting the story of the 19 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men who have played for the Sydney Swans, both in the past and the present.
The 19 Swans players are represented on the guernsey through 19 circles, with each circle representing the importance of the people who support the players, including their own families and communities.

The blue throughout the guernsey represents water, as water is at the core of life for First Nations peoples. Intertwined with the land, water plays a vital role in the strong connection to country of Indigenous peoples, as well as their own being. Water is the giver of life and has enabled the continuation of cultural practices since time immemorial.

Each of the blue circles are interwoven, showing the relationship that these 19 players share as Swans players, as well as their cultural and familial connections to one another.

The light red background featured on the front and the back of the guernsey represents the future and what is to come.

The 19 players represented on the Sydney Swans 2022 Marn Grook guernsey include:

  1. Elkin Reilly, 51 games 1962-66
  2. Reuben Cooper, 2 games 1969
  3. Kevin Taylor, 14 games 1981
  4. Jamie Lawson, 61 games 1991-94
  5. Brian Stanislaus, 1 game, 1991
  6. Alan Thorpe, 3 games 1993
  7. Matthew AhMat, 2 games 1994
  8. Derek Kickett, 63 games 1994-96
  9. Michael O’Loughlin, 303 games 1995-2009
  10. Troy Cook, 43 games 1997-1999
  11. Robbie AhMat, 42 games 1998-2001
  12. Adam Goodes, 372 games (club record) 1999-2015
  13. Fred Campbell, 5 games 1999
  14. Lewis Jetta, 127 games 2010-2015
  15. Byron Sumner, 1 game 2011
  16. Tony Armstrong, 15 games 2012-2013
  17. Lance Franklin, 142 games (and counting) since 2014
  18. James Bell, 23 games (and counting) since 2019
  19. Elijah Taylor, 4 games 2020
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Sporting clubs and codes from across NSW are coming together to provide positive role models for young people in support of a NSW Police initiative.
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aimed at helping young people aged 10-17 years develop confidence and life skills.

The program will see sporting clubs work with PCYC clubs across the state to engage young people who are at risk of anti-social behaviour or criminal offending.
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Great to see AFLW recruit Maddy Collier as part of the media campaign

 

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