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The roar of the crowd : a history of VFA grand finals / Marc Fiddian
Bib ID 2986239
Format BookBook
Author
Fiddian, Marc
 
Description Jolimont [Vic.] : Victorian Football Association, c1987 
176 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0959577017
Notes

Includes index.

Available from The Secretary, Victorian Football Association, 16 Jolimont Terrace, Jolimont, Vic. 3002.

Subjects Australian football -- History.
Other authors/contributors Victorian Football Association

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