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SOCCER-AUSTRALIA/BECKHAM
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November 26, 2007
Former England soccer captain David Beckham kicks an Aussie Rules football in front of Sydney's iconic...
Sydney, Australia
England's Beckham kicks an Aussie Rules football in front of Sydney's iconic Opera House and Harbour...
Former England soccer captain David Beckham kicks an Aussie Rules football in front of Sydney's iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge during a promotional event on Sydney Harbour November 26, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
BALI SECURITY DENPASAR
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October 11, 2003
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) and Australian Bali bombing
survivor Peter Hughes (L) watch...
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of
AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER JOHN HOWARD WATCHES A FOOTBALL MATCH IN KUTA.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) and Australian Bali bombing
survivor Peter Hughes (L) watch a match of the "Aussie Rules Footy
Tournament" being played in Kuta on Indonesia's tropical island of Bali
October 11, 2003. Howard is in Bali to attend commemorative services
marking the first anniversary of the island's bombing attacks that
killed 202 people. REUTERS/Crack

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SPORT TENNIS
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June 22, 2003
Australia's Leyton Hewitt kicks an Aussie Rules football on the
practice courts at Wimbledon, London,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
AUSTRALIA'S LEYTON HEWITT KICKS AN AUSSIE RULES FOOTBALL ON THE
PRACTICE COURTS AT WIMBLEDON.
Australia's Leyton Hewitt kicks an Aussie Rules football on the
practice courts at Wimbledon, London, June 22, 2003. Hewitt will be
defending his title during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships starting
on June 23 after defeating Argentina's David Nalbandian in last years
final. REUTERS/Toby Melville

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SPORT TENNIS
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June 22, 2003
Kim Clijsters of Belgium passes an Aussie Rules football on the
practice courts at Wimbledon, London,...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
KLIJSTERS OF BELGIUM PLAYS WITH AN AUSSIE RULES BALL ON THE PRACTICE
COURTS AT WIMBLEDON.
Kim Clijsters of Belgium passes an Aussie Rules football on the
practice courts at Wimbledon, London, June 22, 2003. Clijsters will
face Rossana Neffe-De Los Rios from Paraguay on the first day of the
Wimbledon Tennis Championships on June 23. REUTERS/Toby Melville

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SPORT CRICKET
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May 07, 2003
Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist plays with a footie, an Aussie
Rules football, during a team...
St Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER GILCHRIST PLAYS WITH FOOTBALL DURING TEAM WORKOUT
IN ANTIGUA.
Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist plays with a footie, an Aussie
Rules football, during a team workout in St. John's Antigua, May 7,
2003. Australia will meet the West Indies in the fourth a final test of
their series beginning May 9. REUTERS/Andy Clark

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AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
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September 13, 2001
Children leap for the ball as they practise their brand of Australian
Football or "Aussie Rules" in...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
CHILDREN PLAY AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL IN NAURU.
Children leap for the ball as they practise their brand of Australian
Football or "Aussie Rules" in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the
world's smallest republic, will host on behalf of Australia more than
500 asylum seekers that have been captured off Australian waters while
their refugee status is determined, at an estimated cost close to A$20
million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

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