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Samurai win in Melbourne

AsiaThe Japan Samurai have continued on their winning way defeating Box Hill North at Elgar Park on Tuesday night, 17th August.
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Japanese Juggernaut continues on their winning way

AsiaThe Japan Samurai, an all-Japanese side, have proven their recent wins in Asia were no fluke with a sound thrashing of a Howlong Football Club selection on Australian soil last Sunday, 15th August.
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Samurai's first ever win outside Japan

AsiaThe amazing story of the 2004 Japanese national team, the Samurai, continues....
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China win their first match away from home

AsiaThe China Blues chalked up their first win on foreign soil during the Asian AFL Championships in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) on Saturday 31st July. It had been a long time between drinks with their only other win being at home versus Japan on November 6th 1999 in their debut match. Rather than an overall match report, we have an interesting account from some of the players involved. Hopefully we'll have a full tournament run down shortly.
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Samurai descend on Melbourne

AsiaThe Japanese national side, the Samurai, are touring Melbourne, Australia, in August. The following is a press release from their site.
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