AFL 2016 finals: Western Bulldogs v Greater Western Sydney – five burning questions
Friday, 23 September 2016 () The Western Bulldogs and Greater Western Sydney are seen as leading the changing of the guard – but only one team can make history this year. Ahead of Saturday evening's preliminary final at Spotless Stadium, opposing coaches Luke Beveridge and Leon Cameron must confront the burning questions, as Jon Pierik writes.
A plane evacuation took place on Friday morning at Perth Airport in Australia after the plane's cockpit and passenger cabin began to fill with smoke and fumes. At the time of the incident, the flight was traveling from the town of Newman to Perth with 97 passengers and five crew members on board.
Western Bulldogs midfielder Caleb Daniel says the Dogs will relish the opportunity to make Saturday's AFL grand final against Sydney a physical contest. SBS - ScienceAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald
Round nine is ancient history, but the Western Bulldogs will travel to Sydney to play Greater Western Sydney, the same team, at the same venue, where they lost... Brisbane Times - Front PageAlso reported by •The Age