Tuesday, 12 June 2007

New record

The world's most libertarian sport has a new record:

THE round 11 crowd attendances for the 2007 Toyota AFL Premiership Season are the fifth-best single round in the history of the game, with a total of 342,376 fans attending the eight games across the Queen's Birthday Weekend. AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou said the 2007 season had now seen more than three million fans pass through the gates.

Sort of puts Super 14's woes in perspective, doesn't it. Oh yes, and Geelong are now at the top of the table. Just thought you should know.

And how about them Warriors, huh? ;^)

1 comment:

  1. I like Geelong. And it be a good city to live in as well.

    Who are the Warriors to which you refer? Indeed there are none in Auckland, surely? I'd heard of the Worriers. Worry they should.

    Perhaps you meant to refer to them.



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