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REVIEW: TAC Cup Round 14

TAC Cup Rd 14 - Dandenong v Gippsland

The Gippsland Power snapped the Dandenong Stingrays’ six-game winning streak in thrilling fashion during TAC Cup Round 14.

REPLAY: Dandenong v Gippsland

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Watch a full replay of the Round 14 TAC Cup clash between Dandenong Stingrays and Gippsland Power.

Quaynor rising for Chargers

Isaac Quaynor (L) marks for the Oakleigh Chargers in the Round 7 heritage match against the Dandenong Stingrays (Photo by Greg Kowalczewski)

In sporting terms, the African country of Ghana is best known for its exploits in soccer, but an Oakleigh Chargers bottom-ager of Ghanaian descent is making a name for himself in Australia’s national game. 

PREVIEW: TAC Cup Round 14

Photo: Brian Bartlett

Round 14 of the TAC Cup will kick off this weekend with some very important matches to be played as we begin to reach the pointy end of the home and away season, as Jake Morris reports.

TEAMS: TAC Cup Round 14

See the Round 14 TAC Cup teams.

56 TAC Cup players invited to Draft Combine

L-R: Ryley Stoddart (Eastern Ranges), Angus Schumacher (Bendigo Pioneers) and Will Walker (Sandringham Dragons)

The TAC Cup has provided 56 of the 83 invitees (67 per cent) to October’s NAB AFL Draft Combine announced today.

2017 AFL Multicultural Round

2017 AFL M.R_RSW

Football communities across Victoria will celebrate its cultural diversity in the 2017 Toyota AFL Multicultural Round.

AFL RISING STAR: Lewis Melican

Geelong Falcons photo by Brian Bartlett

Former Geelong Falcons defender Lewis Melican is the Round 18 nomination for the NAB AFL Rising Star award.

Vics grace national stage

L-R: Vic Metro's Lachlan Fogarty (Western Jets), Vic Country's Luke Davies-Uniacke (Dandenong Stingrays) and the Allies' Jarrod Brander (Bendigo Pioneers)

taccup.com.au takes a look at how players from all 12 TAC Cup clubs who represented Metro, Country and the Allies fared at the 2017 NAB AFL U18 Championships.

24 named in AFL W All Australian squad

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Twenty-four Victorian players from the NAB AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships are in line for All Australian honours.

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