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Live Images: Phoenix Vs Jets AFL Semi-Final

Live Images: Phoenix Vs Knights AFL Semi-Final


Images by Karim Sahai

Images from Karim Sahai from today's Hyundai A-League semi-final match between the Wellington Phoenix and the Newcastle Jets at the Caketin in Wellington


Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets, Westpac Stadium, 07 March 2010 - Images by Karim Sahai.

WELLINGTON 07 March 2010. Supported by a record crowd of 34,500 fans and unbeaten on home soil for 19 matches, the Wellington Phoenix prevail in the Hyundai A-League semifinal and beat Newcastle Jets 3-1 at Westpac Stadium.


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