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Warren Mundine slams AFLW’s decision to boycott minute’s silence for Queen Elizabeth because of Indigenous Round

The Australian Football League is one of Australia’s most popular, well-funded and privileged sporting codes in Australia.

It’s the country’s national game and receives substantial amounts of taxpayers’ money. 

So you’d think it only appropriate that the code mark the death of the Queen of Australia in the customary way by holding a minute’s silence before the games on the weekend after her death. 

The AFL certainly thought so, mandating a minute’s silence for all games last weekend.

But it scrapped the minute’s silence for the AFL Women’s League games after clubs complained it was “insensitive” to hold a minute’s silence during the AFLW’s Indigenous round.  

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The Western Bulldogs club released a statement referring…

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