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Fans attend first Australian Rules rugby match amid pandemic

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Fans attend first Australian Rules rugby match amid pandemic

Fans attend first Australian Rules rugby match amid pandemic

Australian Football League fans arrived at Adelaide Oval for the first live match of the year on Saturday amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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