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The community effects of VFL Sunday football

by Ross King

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This state government report examined the effects of two trial Sunday VFL football matches played on the 2 and 9 August 1981. The independent study used surveys and other techniques to examine a number of issues including the effects of Sunday football on the VFA and other sporting bodies or associations, public transport services, traffic control, the use of adjacent parks and gardens and local residents, community groups and churches.
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