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Sydney AFL Round 2 2019

Apr 15, 2019 - 1:11 PM - by Norris Lurker
SYDNEY AFL ROUND 2 2019
Article by Michael Shillito.

For the North Shore faithful, there was plenty to be excited about ahead of Round 2. The Bombers were coming home to Gore Hill Oval after more than a year on the road.
It’s been completely rebuilt, and you wouldn’t recognise it compared to how it was. It now runs east to west, with a new clubhouse and rooms stretching on the south-west pocket. There’s plans for a bigger clubhouse, but they’ll have to wait. The quagmire at the northern goal square and the concrete cricket pitch are gone, and won’t be missed.
And a new synthetic surface. In seasons past we’ve seen dustbowls at Gore Hill with players getting cuts and grazes every time they went to ground. Now it’ll still be green by late in the season, and it’ll stay open when it rains.
Conditions were good on Saturday for the second round. And it was an attractive contest for our match of the round, as the... [Read More]
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