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TEAMS: Key defenders out, Swans axe young guns – AFL

Giants and Swans lock in line-ups for Sydney Derby in Perth

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GREATER Western Sydney full-back Phil Davis has failed to overcome a knee injury and will miss Thursday night’s Sydney Derby against the Swans in Perth.
Davis hurt the medial ligament in his left knee in the Giants’ nail-biting win over Essendon last Friday night and did not recover in time. 
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It is the first game the former captain has missed in 2020. 
Ruckman Shane Mumford has been rested for the match at Optus Stadium, with Sam Jacobs and debutant Tom Hutchesson th…

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Lions interested in Bombers forward Daniher – The Age

Though there has been no official correspondence, the Brisbane Lions are interested in rarely sighted Essendon forward Joe Daniher.

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The Lions do have a link with Daniher. The club’s head of medical, Peter Blanch, was at Essendon in 2017, the year Daniher was All-Australian and won the club’s best-and-fairest.
Despite being a genuine premiership contender this season, Brisbane still require a bona fide power forward.
Eric Hipwood contracted until the end of 2023 showed his talent on Saturday when he booted five goals in a match-winning display against the Western Bulldogs. Before that, he’d kicked 11 goals in 10 games.
Dan…

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Gold Coast Titans star and former Kangaroos prop Shannon Boyd forced to retire – Wide World of Sports

Injuries put an end to promising career

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Gold Coast Titans star and former Kangaroos prop Shannon Boyd has been granted a release from his contract.
Due to ongoing injuries, the 27-year-old will retire from first-grade rugby league and return home to country NSW after playing 126 games between the Raiders and Titans.
Titans CEO Steve Mitchell confirmed the news in a statement:
“Shannon has been frustrated by injuries preventing him from being able to deliver his best footy at the Titans, and because of that, he asked the club for a …

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