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Dog invades International Rules match - AFL

An energetic dog takes over Croke Park and gathers several possessions during a daring 8-minute streak at the 2004 Australia v Ireland International Rules Series Test in Ireland.

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1986 Australia Vs Ireland Gaelic Football The Fiery First Test at VFL Park

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International Rules Second Test 2006

The highlights from the insane second test which saw the aussie flog the irish.
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2019 SANFL Grand Final - Port Adelaide vs Glenelg - Full Replay HD

This is the full replay of the 2019 SANFL Grand Final, between Port Adelaide and Glenelg, broadcasted by Channel 7 with no Ad Breaks. This includes the pre-game and post-game. Please like and subscribe for more content.

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What is AFL? (AFL explained with Hindi subtitles)

Australian Football also known as AFL, Aussie Rules or Footy is a fast, skilful, tough game played by some of the fittest professional athletes on the planet and AFL fans are as passionate as any sports fans in the world.

Here’s a 5 minute AFL lesson for all of our friends who are new to the game.

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Mens Grand Final - New Zealand Vs Papua New Guinea

IRS: Match Highlights: AUS v IRL, First Test

Australia and Ireland clash in the 2017 International Series

International Rules: First Test Highlights

Watch all the action as Ireland holds off a fast-finishing Australia

The Rules of Gaelic Football - EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the Rules of Gaelic Football. A beginner's explanation of the Irish Sport known as GAA Gaelic Football.
Watch this short tutorial video guide on how Gaelic Football is played by the Gaelic Athletic Association Rules.
Learn about goals, points, soloing, handpassing, free kick, penalty kick and more.

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Australia v Ireland - International Rules Series Second Test 2010, First Half Highlights

This is the second test highlights of the international rules series 2010. This is the first half, between Australia & Ireland.

AUSTRALIA has regained the Cormac McAnallen trophy with an amazing three-point victory in the second International Rules Test against Ireland.

Ireland, which lost the first Test by seven points, had to win the game by at least eight points to regain the trophy on aggregate and at one stage in the last quarter hit the front.

A total of 61,842 fans roared support for their side, which was under enormous pressure after the first Test, but in the end they lost 55 to 52.

Dane Swan won the Jim Stynes Medal for the best Australian of the series, while former St Kilda player Colm Begley was Ireland's best player.

Ireland hit the front for the first time of the game when Daniel Goulding scored an over eight minutes in to a frantic last quarter when the Australians were under siege.

Australia's biggest lead for the game was 14 points.

After Goulding put the Irish one point in front, the home team soon had their lead out to four points.

Swan tied the scores with an over with just three minutes to go and then Brad Green put Australia back into the lead with a three pointer.

Australian goal keeper Dustin Fletcher spilled a mark in the dying seconds but then made a gutsy diving save to deny the Irish victory in this second Test.

The first and only goal (six pointer) brought the Irish crowd to their feet and sparked renewed enthusiasm from the home time, just as it did when they scored a six pointer late the first Test in Limerick.

Fletcher left the goal square vacant as he pursued a couple of Irish forwards.

James Kavanagh was presented with an easy opportunity and his goal at the 13 minute of the third term allowed Ireland to get within 11 points of the Australians who were suddenly under the most pressure of the night after retaining an easy lead of 10 points- plus.

After scoring three successive behinds, Brad Green brought up his third over (three points) of the game, but the Irish continued to go on the attack and used the ball wisely and with more precision.

Unlike the first Test, the Irish looked dangerous each time they ventured forward.

Play came to a sensational halt in the second term when Australia called for a head count.

The quarter had only been going about 90 seconds when the play halted and the players were lined up.

After some confusion, former Collingwood player Marty Clarke walked off the ground through the Irish interchange area.

The Australians were leading 16 to 11 at the time. The only penalty the Irish got for having an extra man was a free kick to Australia.

The Irish were more competitive and physical than the team that lost the first Test in Limerick last week.

But while it was the Irish who laid several late tackles, the Aussies kept their cool in the deciding Test.

The only skirmish was early in the second term when Paul Duffield tangled with dangerous Irish forward Steven McDonnell.

Australia led 28 to 17 at half-time.

Former St Kilda player Colm Begley was named Ireland's player of the series.

As well as Swan, the Australians were well served by Garrick Ibbotson, Todd Banfield, Bryce Gibb and James Frawley.

Geelong pair Travis Varcoe and David Wojcinski also played after missing much of the tour through injury.

After the final hooter the Australians embraced and were presented with the Cup after the song Down Under blasted around the ground.

Skipper Adam Goodes held it high and proud.

But the Irish ground announcer - in good humour - warned the Australians that they are only minding the cup until next year.


AUSTRALIA 0.4.4 0.7.6 0.12.12 0.14.13 (55)
IRELAND 0.2.3 0.4.5 1.8.8 1.11.13 (52)

Aust: Goals: Nil
Overs: B Green 4 D Swan 3 T Banfield 2 A Goodes 2 L Montagna A Goodes J McVeigh

Ireland: Goals: J Kavanagh
Overs: B Coulter 2 S McDonnell K McKernan B Brogan T Kennelly C Begley S Cavanagh D Goulding M Murphy B Murphy

Crowd: 61,842 at Croke Park, Dublin.
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What is AFL? Aussie Rules Explained

What is AFL?

Australian Football, also known as AFL, Aussie Rules or Footy, is a fast, skilful and tough game played by some of the fittest professional athletes on the planet. And AFL fans are as passionate as any sports fans in the world.

With an American and Canadian competing against each other in the AFL for the first time, here’s a 5 minute AFL lesson for those in North America and all around the world.

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Best Australian Moments -International Rules Series

The International rules has been around for over a decade and Australia Vs Ireland has always been a fierce rivalry! Here are some of the best moments from Australia in the IRS!

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Highlights: AUS v IRL, First Test

Australia and Ireland clash in the 2017 International Series

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International Rules 2013 - First Test Highlights

Highlights from Cavan as the AFL's Indigenous All Stars played Ireland in the International Rules first test. For more video, head to

International Rules 2011 1st Test

1st test of the 2011 International Rules series between Australia and Ireland at the Etihad Stadium
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International Rules Series 2014 Highlights - Australia v Ireland

The Aussies and Irish clash in Perth. Highlights from IRS 2014. For more video, head to

Highlights: AUS v IRL, Second Test

Action from the second International Rules Series Test in Perth.

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AFL - Australia v Ireland International Rules Highlights 2015

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Australia v Ireland IRS Game One Highlights

Australia ran away with a ten-point victory over Ireland in the first test of the 2017 Virgin Australia International Rules Series.

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The Rules of International Rules Football - EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains – The Rules of International Rules Football – a hybrid game that combines the rules of Gaelic Football from Ireland and Australian Rules Football from Australia.

Specific to GAA and AFL Rules - watch this short beginner’s tutorial video guide on how International Rules Football is played, Compromise rules, Inter Rules and guidelines, and how to play International Rules Football.
Learn about goals, overs, behinds, marks, free kicks, 20m penalty and more..

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