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40 Mortlocks : a history of the Mortlock Shield, 1938-1988 / John Gascoyne
Bib ID 704414
Format BookBook
Author
Gascoyne, John
 
Description [Ceduna, S. Aust.] : John Gascoyne, c1989 
369 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0731663896 (paperback)
Summary

History of Mortlock Shield championship for Australian Rules Football in Eyre Peninsula area; several Indigenous players included in teams.

Notes

Available from Port Lincoln Printers, 2-8 Washington St, Port Lincoln, S.A. 5606.

Subjects Sport - Football - Australian rules.  |  Australian football -- History.  |  Australian football players -- South Australia -- Port Lincoln Region  |  Port Lincoln (West SA SI53-11)
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Forty Mortlocks.

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