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No sign of flag hangover for West Coast

Brisbane Times Monday, 7 January 2019
No sign of flag hangover for West CoastWest Coast skipper Shannon Hurn is confident his side won't be a "flash in the pan", saying the group are determined to build on from last year's premiership success.
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