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CONGRATULATIONS! PORT AUGUSTA FOOTBALL TEAM

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PORT AUGUSTA FOOTBALL TEAM TRIUMPH FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OVER 30 YEARS OF THE SA ABORIGINAL SPORTS FESTIVAL TAKING HOME THE WINNIE BRANSON CUP.

The South Australian Aboriginal Cultural and Sport Festival, was held in Adelaide over the Labor Day holiday weekend 3rd to the 5th October 2008. The Sports Festival a Social Inclusion Unit initiative under “The Breaking the Cycle” program attracted funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing and ETSA Utilities. The festival attracted around 8,000 people over the 3 days. The Sports Festival kicked off at SANTOS Stadium on the Friday were, over 650 Aboriginal young people participating in the Nunga Little Athletics Day along with 500+ parents had a great day. Hon Kate Ellis Federal Minister for Sports and Hon Paul Caicca, SA Minister for Youth both attended and Cathy Freeman sent the following message “Congratulations to everybody involved in the Nunga Little Athletics State Championships at Santos Stadium for creating something so obviously powerful and unforgettable. Whether you¹re a volunteer, parent, official or of course a competitor, I wish you good luck and I encourage the competitors especially, to try to do the best you can, and above all to have as much fun as possible. SA Aboriginal State Football Side Patrick Kugena Garry Hull Bradley Amos Damien Rigney Derick Newchurch Trevor Rigney Thomas Long Andrian Wilson Derick Wanganeen Les Bilney Christen Aspel Dustin Picket Rowen Coleman Ben Stokes Ainsley Betts Lachlyn Milera Ronald Rankin Wade Thompson Jason Burgoyne Shaun Childs Milton Graham Jeremy Jacknamara Michael Clinch Daniel Coleman Robert W Taylor Emergency George Long Terry Milera Michael Burgoyne Eddie Wilson Alan Jackson Gavin Wanganeen Medal Wade Thomson (Port Augusta)


CONGRATULATIONS! PORT AUGUSTA FOOTBALL TEAM