'The Showdown' always grabs your attention in the AFL, we now have our version

Andrew Moir
Updated December 1 2023 - 5:31pm, first published 4:06pm
North Albury's Julian Hayes (left) and coach Tim Broomhead are determined to build on last season's outstanding improvement. Picture by Tara Trewhella
North Albury's Julian Hayes (left) and coach Tim Broomhead are determined to build on last season's outstanding improvement. Picture by Tara Trewhella
'The Showdown' rivalry between Port Adelaide and Adelaide, with former Wangaratta Rover Nick Murray on the right, is an integral part of the AFL and now North Albury and Lavington is hoping to replicate that interest in the O and M version. Picture by AAP
'The Showdown' rivalry between Port Adelaide and Adelaide, with former Wangaratta Rover Nick Murray on the right, is an integral part of the AFL and now North Albury and Lavington is hoping to replicate that interest in the O and M version. Picture by AAP
Lavington's Jack Kirley is tackled by North Albury's Tom Sharp.
Lavington's Jack Kirley is tackled by North Albury's Tom Sharp.

North Albury is looking to introduce the Ovens and Murray Football Netball League's equivalent of the AFL's fierce Adelaide-Port Adelaide rivalry.

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Andrew Moir

Andrew Moir

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