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Whitsunday Sea Eagles captain Peter Bond celebrates his sides 2010 premiership victory on Saturday.
Whitsunday Sea Eagles captain Peter Bond celebrates his sides 2010 premiership victory on Saturday.

The Whitsunday Sea Eagles are still celebrating after they were crowned the 2010 AFL Mackay Premiers on Saturday.

The Sea Eagles arrived back in Airlie Beach last Saturday night with three premiership trophies in hand, taking out the titles in the under-15, under-18 and senior divisions.

Sea Eagles players have worn their red, blue and white jerseys with pride ever since the victory.

The Whitsunday Auskick Centre was also named 2010 NAB AFL Auskick Centre of the Year.

With the Sea Eagles tasting premiership glory last weekend, it is fair to say that Aussie Rules is truly alive in the Whitsundays following the most successful year in the Whitsunday Sea Eagles club history.

For the full story on the Sea Eagles 2010 premiership glory and the Auskick success, see Sport.


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