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Roger Kaye, Hannah Faulds and 6 others like this.

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Ian Mitchell said:

I have found in my sport (Australian Rules football) that the basic skill sets have the same impact on the game. Instead of 3/4 kicks down the ground, the girls will be having 7/8 kicks maybe. This makes the game slower but arguably places more importance on the execution of the kicking and marking of the girls. I also agree in terms of contact and tackling - ferocious and no noticeable difference!

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