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Danni Roche versus John Coates for AOC presidency is a clash of cultures

Brisbane Times Monday, 20 March 2017
The decision by gold medal winning hockey player, Danni Roche, to nominate against John Coates for the presidency of the AOC is pitched as a challenge by an energetic 46-year-old who will take a $600,000 pay cut to do the job of a 66-year-old administrator.
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