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A form of football played on an oval ground with an oval ball by teams of eighteen players. Official name Australian National football.
- ‘Power admitted he didn't find the game ‘that physical,’ even though he accepts that side of the game is second nature to Australian Rules players.’
- ‘Victoria is also ‘footy’ country, and Melbourne is the capital for Australian Rules football, a fast-paced game played on an oval.’
- ‘Last I heard, he was playing in the British Australian Rules Football League in London.’
- ‘Gary helps his local Australian Rules football team win the championship by accident.’
- ‘Are they still relevant to the games of Australian Rules and Rugby League?’
- ‘Melbourne hosts up to five top class games of Australian Rules every weekend during the season, which runs from March to September.’
- ‘Tasmanian friends remember him as a keen, if rowdy, Australian Rules football player who thought nothing of sprinting the length of the field to support his team-mates in a melee.’
- ‘In Australian Rules, every time a goal is kicked the ball is returned to the centre of the field and bounced again to restart the game.’
- ‘I remember my under 14's coach repeating time and time again that Australian Rules is a team sport.’
- ‘Here is a list of my favourite things I love to see at a game of Australian Rules.’
- ‘This section of the paper will provide information concerning collective bargaining agreements in Australian Rules football, soccer, rugby union, and cricket.’
- ‘In season, I follow Australian Rules and Rugby League with a keen interest.’
- ‘In the southern and western states of Australia: Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart - there is the game of Australian Rules football.’
- ‘Played under Compromise Rules, the game was one-half under Gaelic Rules and one-half under Australian Rules and the oval ball.’
- ‘This was a wonderful game of Australian Rules football.’
- ‘Unlike their male counterparts, the women compete against teams from all Australian Rules football-playing states and the standard of play will only improve with the experience.’
- ‘My dad, who was hopeless at cricket, played Australian Rules football to a very high standard and, from the age of six, I often went along to watch him train.’
- ‘In Australia his sport was rugby and Australian Rules football.’
- ‘He is not only one of the finest players, and coaches, in the history of Australian Rules, he is also one of its most constructive thinkers and finest ambassadors.’
- ‘I played my first ever game of Australian Rules football on the Foundry Ground in Kalgoorlie.’
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