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File:Intercolonial Football Match 1879.jpg

English: Engraving of the first intercolonial Australian football match betweeen Victoria and South Australia, published in the Australasian Sketcher, 1879
Date 2 August 1879
Source at the State Library of Victoria
Author Alfred May and Alfred Martin Ebsworth
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