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About Fibre of Football

Shearers, woolgrowers, agents and studmasters are uniting to celebrate the rich heritage connecting the wool industry and Australian Football.

The idea for Australia’s native game came to Tom Wills while on his pastoralist father’s sheep station ‘Lexington’ near Moyston in Victoria in the mid 19th century and since that time the wool industry and football have been closely knitted together.

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wooljumpers@playcorp.com.au