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It is with great sadness that we bring you the news that our much-loved and respected contributor Jan Courtin died last week after an accident in her home.

Her brother, Tony Courtin, penned these words. HERE

Read the tribute paid by John Harms HERE

 

ROUND 22

St Kilda 9.12.66 d by Brisbane 12.9.81
Western Bulldogs 9.8.62 d GWS 8.9.57
Adelaide 15.13.103 d North Melbourne 10.14.74
Gold Coast 9.5.59 d by Geelong 18.11.119
Melbourne 11.13.79 d Carlton 10.14.74
Fremantle 9.17.71 d West Coast 7.5.47
Richmond 20.8.128 d Hawthorn 9.13.67
Sydney 11.11.77 d  Collingwood 7.8.50
Essendon 9.8.62 d by Port Adelaide 23.8.146

 

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