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VWFL: R4 review

Doggo Dates: Zali & Mojy In second episode of Doggo Dates, we visit Liam Shiels and Will Golds to have a chat and play with their sister dogs Zali and Mojy.

Luke Roberts is a passionate advocate of inclusion and accessibility for all people living with disability. He uses the Grid Pad technology, in conjunction with a Quha device which communicates with the Grid Pad. This technology, along with the support of his speech pathologist, enables Luke to write the VWFL match reports.

Hawthorn versus Essendon Round 4 of wheelchair football.

At quarter time, Hawthorn led by 12 points

Essendon caught up by half time and 3 quarter time but the Hawks were too good in the fourth quarter and won 88 to 57, giving Hawthorn their first win in the club’s history.

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Brian Owens scored 9 goals to help with the victory.  

The team improved greatly with their ball control and scoring opportunities.  

This first win was a great way to get the ball rolling and we are hoping to add to the win streak next week against Collingwood.

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