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After the Siren

Friday 15th September / posted by Will Backler

Out of a new report highlighting the community and individual benefits of developing Indigenous Australians participation in Australian Rules Football a new program has emerged entitled After the Siren.

The program aims to build participation on a grass root level throughout our remote Western Australian provenance as well as our Women divisions.

RTRFM's Damae Gibson began by asking the Associate Professor Mike Dockery,

How common it is to have access to extensive data on the participation of youths in sport ..

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