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Chris "Zip" Rzeppa (born January 8, 1952) attended Brother Rice High School in Metro Detroit, where he played football and basketball. After high school, he attended Boston University, where he earned a degree in journalism and was a member of the basketball team. At Boston University, he was a classmate of both Howard Stern and Bill O'Reilly.

After college, Rzeppa began his professional broadcasting career announcing Boston University football and hockey games. He worked at WANE-TV in Fort Wayne, IN and then at WNEM-TV in Saginaw, MI. His next stop was WLWT-TV in Cincinnati, OH, where he recorded 'The Ballad of the Bengals', a local hit song celebrating the Cincinnati Bengals. He then went to WNEV-TV (now WHDH-TV) in Boston, MA, where he was reunited with Bill O'Reilly, who had recently been hired as a news anchor.

After leaving WNEV-TV, Rzeppa was hired by KTVI-TV in St. Louis, MO, where he became popular for his Friday night Zippo Awards for "The best, the worst, and the weirdest performances in the wild and wacky wonderful world of sports." AT KTVI-TV, a years-long rift began with Whitey Herzog, after the Cardinals manager thought Rzeppa was trying to get him fired. Still, his Q rating remained among the highest in the country. After Rzeppa moved to KMOV-TV in St. Louis, his interns included future well-known broadcaster Joe Buck. He also started 'Sunday Nights with Bernie', a segment featuring NHL Hall of Famer Bernie Federko. In total, Rzeppa anchored more than 8,000 local TV sportscasts. In 2014, the St. Louis Media History Foundation inducted Rzeppa into its Media Hall of Fame.

Rzeppa was also the founder of Radio Personalities, Inc., which syndicated radio programs, including Talkin' Roundball with Dick Vitale, Offsides with Dan Dierdorf, and The Great American Sports Trivia Show.

After leaving broadcasting, Rzeppa entered the not-for-profit world. He worked for MERS/Goodwill Industries (1996-2003), the St. Louis Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (2006-2011), and Angels' Arms (2011-2012). He is the Founder and current Executive Director of Mater Media, a Catholic apostolate devoted to evangelizing the Catholic faith through book publishing, events, fundraising, and speaking engagements. He is the author of two books, 'My Rock & Salvation' (2014), a novel for teens, and 'For A Greater Purpose: My Life Journey' (2015), an autobiography.

History of fox sports

Fox Sports Tennessee launched on October 31, 2008, and was created through the separation of Fox Sports South into three regional networks: alongside the main Fox Sports South channel (originating from Atlanta, Georgia) and Fox Sports Carolinas, the latter of which launch on the same date as Fox Sports Tennessee. In July 2013, News Corporation spun off the Fox Sports Networks and most of its other U.S. entertainment properties into 21st Century Fox.

On December 14, 2017, as part of a merger between both companies, The Walt Disney Company announced plans to acquire all 22 regional Fox Sports networks from 21st Century Fox, including Fox Sports Tennessee. However, on June 27, 2018, the Justice Department ordered their divestment under antitrust grounds, citing Disney's ownership of ESPN. On May 3, 2019, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios (through their joint venture, Diamond Holdings) bought Fox Sports Networks from The Walt Disney Company for $10.6 billion. The deal closed on August 22, 2019.

History of fox sports

Fox Sports Tennessee launched on October 31, 2008, and was created through the separation of Fox Sports South into three regional networks: alongside the main Fox Sports South channel (originating from Atlanta, Georgia) and Fox Sports Carolinas, the latter of which launch on the same date as Fox Sports Tennessee. In July 2013, News Corporation spun off the Fox Sports Networks and most of its other U.S. entertainment properties into 21st Century Fox.

On December 14, 2017, as part of a merger between both companies, The Walt Disney Company announced plans to acquire all 22 regional Fox Sports networks from 21st Century Fox, including Fox Sports Tennessee. However, on June 27, 2018, the Justice Department ordered their divestment under antitrust grounds, citing Disney's ownership of ESPN. On May 3, 2019, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Entertainment Studios (through their joint venture, Diamond Holdings) bought Fox Sports Networks from The Walt Disney Company for $10.6 billion. The deal closed on August 22, 2019.

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1. Zip Rzeppa of fox sports Chris "Zip" Rzeppa (born January 8, 1952) attended Brother Rice High School in Metro Detroit, where he played football and basketball. After high school, he attended Boston University, where he earned a degree in journalism and was a member of the basketball team. At Boston University, he was a classmate of both Howard Stern and Bill OReilly. After college, Rzeppa began his professional broadcasting career announcing Boston University football and hockey games. He worked at WANE-TV in Fort Wayne, IN and then at WNEM-TV in Saginaw, MI. His next stop was WLWT-TV in Cincinnati, OH, where he recorded 'The Ballad of the Bengals', a local hit song celebrating the Cincinnati Bengals. He then went to WNEV-TV (now WHDH-TV) in Boston, MA, where he was reunited with Bill O'Reilly, who had recently been hired as a news anchor. After leaving WNEV-TV, Rzeppa was hired by KTVI-TV in St. Louis, MO, where he became popular for his Friday night Zippo Awards for "The best, the worst, and the weirdest performances in the wild and wacky wonderful world of sports." AT KTVI-TV, a years-long rift began with Whitey Herzog, after the Cardinals manager thought Rzeppa was trying to get him fired. Still, his Q rating remained among the highest in the country. After Rzeppa moved to KMOV-TV in St. Louis, his interns included future well-known broadcaster Joe Buck. He also started 'Sunday Nights with Bernie', a segment featuring NHL Hall of Famer Bernie Federko. In total, Rzeppa anchored more than 8,000 local TV sportscasts. In 2014, the St. Louis Media History Foundation inducted Rzeppa into its Media Hall of Fame. Rzeppa was also the founder of Radio Personalities, Inc., which syndicated radio programs, including Talkin' Roundball with Dick Vitale, Offsides with Dan Dierdorf, and The Great American Sports Trivia Show. After leaving broadcasting, Rzeppa entered the not-for-profit world. He worked for MERS/Goodwill Industries (1996-2003), the St. Louis Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (2006-2011), and Angels Arms (2011-2012). He is the Founder and current Executive Director of Mater Media, a Catholic apostolate devoted to evangelizing the Catholic faith through book publishing, events, fundraising, and speaking engagements. He is the author of two books, My Rock & Salvation (2014), a novel for teens, and For A Greater Purpose: My Life Journey (2015), an autobiography. ------ 2. Tom Windle (baseball) of fox sports Thomas Joseph Windle (born March 10, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher who is a free agent. Listed at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and 215 pounds (98 kg), he bats and throws left-handed. Windle attended Osseo Senior High School in Osseo, Minnesota. After his senior season, Windle was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 28th round of the 2010 MLB draft. He did not sign, and played college baseball at the University of Minnesota for the Gophers from 2011 to 2013. In three years, he appeared in 51 games with 20 starts and had a 2.26 earned run average (ERA). In 2012, he played collegiate summer baseball with the Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod Baseball League, and was named a league all-star. Windle was then drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round of the 2013 MLB draft. He signed with the Dodgers and spent 2013 with the Class A Great Lakes Loons, where he was 51 with a 2.68 ERA in 13 games (12 starts). In 2014, he pitched for the Class A-Advanced Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, posting a 128 record, 4.26 ERA, and 1.37 ERA in 26 games (25 starts). On December 19, 2014, Windle and Zach Eflin were traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for Jimmy Rollins. Philadelphia assigned him to the Double-A Reading Fightin Phils and he spent the whole 2015 season there, compiling a 45 record and 4.35 ERA in 97.1 innings. He spent 2016 with both the Class A-Advanced Clearwater Threshers, where he went 01 with a 4.09 ERA in 14 relief appearances, and Reading, where he pitched to a 11 record and 5.68 ERA in 25 appearances out of the bullpen. Windle spent 2017 back with Reading where he compiled a 32 record, 4.24 ERA, and 1.14 WHIP in 36 games. In 2018 with the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs, he was 94 with six saves and a 4.17 ERA, and 52 strikeouts in 54 innings. In 2019, Windle appeared in 42 games with Lehigh Valley, compiling a 72 record with 4.26 ERA, until being released on August 10. He signed with the Boston Red Sox organization on August 26, and was assigned to the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners. He appeared in two games with Lowell, allowing no runs and striking out two batters in two innings pitched. He became a minor-league free agent on November 2, 2020. ------ 3. Shepley Oval of fox sports Shepley Oval is a football and cricket field located in Dandenong in south-eastern Melbourne. It presently serves as the home ground of the Dandenong Cricket Club in the Victorian Premier Cricket competition, and of the Dandenong Stingrays in the TAC Cup football competition. Shepley Oval is located at the eastern end of Dandenong Park, immediately north of the Dandenong Creek. The parkland was used for sports in the late 19th century, but throughout the early half of the 20th century until the 1960s, the premier venue for sports in Dandenong was the Dandenong Showgrounds (which at that time was located in Clow Street, the site presently occupied by the Dandenong Municipal Offices). Shepley Oval was developed to a top standard oval in the late 1950s, with a grandstand being opened in 1959, and it has been the region's premier sports venue since the 1960s. The venue's most historically notable football tenant is the Dandenong Football Club. Dandenong, which was then playing in the Victorian Football Association, moved its home ground from the Showgrounds to Shepley Oval in 1962, and played its games there until it folded at the end of the 1994 season. In 1995, the Southern Stingrays in Victoria's premier under-18s football competition, the TAC Cup, moved its home ground from Kavanagh Reserve, Mordialloc to Shepley Oval; the club has been since known as the Dandenong Stingrays, remains based at the ground in 2014 and is now the main football tenant of the oval. Another notable football tenant of the ground was the Victorian Football League's Springvale Football Club, which played many of its games at the ground between 2000 and 2005, after it had left the Newcomen Rd Oval but before it moved to Casey Fields. In the early 1960s, around the same time as the Dandenong Football Club moved to Shepley Oval, the Dandenong Sub-District Cricket Club was formed, and began playing its games at Shepley Oval during the summer. Top level district cricket first came to the venue in 1989, when the Waverley Cricket Club merged with Dandenong; the merged club, originally known as Waverley-Dandenong but now known as the Dandenong Cricket Club, has played its first XI and second XI cricket at Shepley Oval since; Wilson Oval, which is adjacent to Shepley Oval in Dandenong Park, serves as the third and fourth XI home ground. The venue is named after former Dandenong Cricket Association secretary and president Harry Shepley. The oval has two main buildings: the Frank Storan Grandstand, named after the Dandenong cricket personality whose fundraising efforts facilitated its construction; and the Keith Miller Pavilion, named after the former Dandenong mayor, footballer and cricketer Keith Esmond Miller not after former Australian Test cricketer and VFL footballer Keith Ross Miller, who was a much better known sportsman from Melbourne, but had no association with sport in Dandenong. The Keith Miller Pavilion underwent a $1.25 million re-development in 2014 to improve its training facilities. The ornate western gates were originally built at the Springvale Crematorium and were moved to Shepley Oval later. ------ 4. Professional wrestling career of fox sports WWENXT (20182020)It was reported October 17, 2018, that WWE signed a total of seven athletes to train at the WWE Performance Center. Among them, Omogbehin was signed. In 2019, Omogbehin made his in-ring debut during a July 18 house show, defeating team 3.0 in a Two-On-One Handicap match. He returned the following month during an August 24 house show winning a 15-Man battle royal match. During the October house shows, Omogbehin was victorious in singles matches defeating competitors Cezar Bononi and Kona Reeves. He also wrestled his first tag match teaming with fellow recruits Denzel Dejournette & Tehuti Miles, losing to The Forgotten Sons. Omogbehin returned in 2020 during an NXT House Show to team with Bronson Reed to defeat Aleksandar Jaksic & Tehuti Miles. Raw (2020present)During the June 15, 2020 episode of Monday Night RAW, Omogbehin debuted as a surprise member of Akira Tozawa's ninja faction. Appearing as the tallest member of the faction, Omogbehin was referred to as the "Big Ninja" as he stood at ringside during team Tozawa's tag match against The Street Profits and The Viking Raiders. Big Ninja was also confronted by Big Show during the post-match brawl between the teams. In August, he served as the security guard for the entrance to Shane McMahon's RAW Underground. In October, he would begin to accompany A.J. Styles to the ring as his "associate" as Styles returned to the RAW brand. ------ 5. Jessi Losada of fox sports Jessi Losada is an American sportscaster of Cuban descent. For 36 years, Losada worked on Spanish television networks in the United States, broadcasting various different sports events and sports shows. Losada joined Univision in 1978, becoming sports-anchor and producer for the channel's Los Angeles affiliate in 1980. Losada later moved to Miami, Florida, when he was promoted to national sports-anchor by the television conglomerate. At that position, he worked for 19 years until moving to Univision's main rival, Telemundo, in 1999. At Telemundo, Losada worked on shows like Telemundo BoxingBoxeo Telemundo, Titulares Telemundo-a variety show focused on sports, NBA basketball games, NFL football games, the Olympic Games and more. Losada decided, after 16 years at Telemundo, to leave the network and return to California. Losada received six Emmy Awards; four for his coverage of Super Bowl games, one for his story of Rafael Palmeiro in 1992 and one for his coverage of the 1990 World Cup of Association Football in Italy. Additionally, from 1984 to 1987, he broadcast games of the Los Angeles Rams on local radio in Los Angeles. He also worked Los Angeles Raiders games and was sports-anchor at CBS. Losada joined Fox Deportes in late 2015, where he has worked as announcer for football, boxing and motorsport.
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1. Jerry Jeremiah of fox sports Jerome "Jerry" Jeremiah (born 1 August 1963, in Malakula) is a Vanuatuan sprinter Jeremiah competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics held in Seoul in his country's first-ever appearance at the Summer Olympics; he entered the 100 metres and ran a time of 10.96 seconds and finished 8th in his heat so didn't qualify for the next round. He also ran in the 200 metres and recorded a time of 22.01 seconds and finished 7th in his heat but again he failed to qualify for the next round. He also competed at the 1986 Commonwealth Games and at the 1987 World Championships in Athletics and 1991 World Championships in Athletics. ------ 2. Career of fox sports Manua made his first grade debut for Cronulla-Sutherland in round 24 of the 2005 NRL season against Manly-Warringah which ended in a 68-6 victory at Shark Park. Manua played in the club's elimination final loss against St. George during the same year. In the 2007 NRL season, Manua joined Brisbane. He played four matches for the club including their 40-0 elimination final loss against Melbourne. He was released by Brisbane in late 2007, to join defending premiers Melbourne Storm as a back up for some of their injured forwards. Manua played a handful of games for Melbourne in the 2008 NRL season, the last of which was against the Gold Coast in round 13 with the match ending in a 18-0 defeat. ------ 3. Biography of fox sports Niembro was born amid a medium-class family in Parque Chacabuco. He is son of Paulino Niembro, a notable syndicalist during the 1970s. During the government of Carlos Menem he was appointed as "media secretary", one of his tasks was to announce the Presidential Pardon for perpetrators of state terrorism in Argentina and members of insurgent groups the 1970s. Since then he has had a long career as a sports journalist. Currently he hosts La ltima Palabra in Fox Sports Latinoamrica (in the south feed). Previously he hosted some sports programs including Vamos con Niembro in AM Del Plata. In 2013 Konami announced that Niembro, along with his colleague Mariano Closs will be the narrators in the Latin-American version of PES 2014, replacing the original Mexican voices. ------ 4. Works of fox sports Theatre1875: Le Manoir de Pictordu, comdie-oprette in 3 acts, with Arnold Mortier 1876: La Belle Poule, three-act opra bouffe, with Hector Crmieux 1877: La Foire Saint-Laurent, three-act opra bouffe, with Crmieux and Jacques Offenbach 1879: Le Grand Casimir, three-act oprette, with Jules Prvel and Charles Lecocq 1884: Le Train de plaisir, four-act comedy, with Alfred Hennequin and Mortier 1885: Mam'zelle Gavroche, comdie-oprette, with Edmond Gondinet 1885: Monsieur le Dput, one-act comedy 1888: Les Joyeusets de l'anne 1891: Monsieur l'abb ou la Belle-mre apprivoise 1893: Leurs gigolettes 1895: Panurge, opra comique, with Robert Planquette and Henri Meilhac 1906: Le Pril jaune, three-act comedy, with Alexandre Bisson, posth.Sport1875: Les Salles d'armes de Paris 1875: Le Sportman 1889: Les sports Paris, 2 vol. 1889: Les cirques 1890: Les courses de chevaux en France, Hachette 1899: Les Courses de lvriers, le coursing, greyhounds et fox-terriers by Alfred de Sauvenire, preface undated: travers les salles d'armesSongs1874: Le Langage des yeux !, with Prvel et Lecocq 1874: Les Oiseaux en cage, with Auguste Cods 1878: Pas de rcompense. Plaintes d'une Parisienne, with Cods 1885: Barcarolle d'Asnires 1894: L'Ascenseur ! ------ 5. List of Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras seasons of fox sports Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras is a Brazilian professional football club based in So Paulo, Brazil. The club was formed in 1914. Palmeiras has won 14 national competitions, which makes it the most successful club inside Brazil. The club's most important titles are 1 Intercontinental World Club Tournament (Copa Rio), 1 Copa Libertadores, 10 Brazilian National Leagues (Campeonato Brasileiro Srie A), 3 Brazil Cups (Copa do Brasil), 1 Champions Cup (Copa dos Campees) and 1 South American Cup (Copa Mercosul), as well as 5 Interstate titles (Torneio Rio So Paulo), 23 State Championship titles (Campeonato Paulista) and 3 Ramn de Carranza Trophy titles. ------ 6. Selection rules of fox sports Prior to 2019, the Queensland and New South Wales teams were largely selected under residency rules, meaning a number of players represented both states. For example, Tahnee Norris (who captained Queensland) and Natalie Dwyer, both represented New South Wales before moving to Queensland. Innisfail's Tarah Westera represented Queensland before moving to Penrith, where she represented New South Wales, later returning and playing for Queensland. In 2019, the eligibility rules were revised to be more inline with the men's State of Origin rules. The residency rule was removed, which saw New Zealand representatives Maitua Feterika (Queensland) and Nita Maynard (New South Wales) ruled ineligible. Queensland lock Rona Peters, who had previously represented New Zealand, was also originally ruled ineligible. This was later overturned and she was given special dispensation, as she had retired from international rugby league in 2015, before she first represented Queensland in 2016. ------ 7. Katie-Jayne Grieve of fox sports Katie-Jayne Grieve (born 8 March 1997) is an Australian rules footballer who plays for Fremantle in the AFL Women's (AFLW). After being passed up on in the national draft less than a week earlier, Grieve was ultimately drafted by Carlton with the club's second pick and the twelfth selection overall in the same year's rookie draft. She made her debut in a 22-point loss to Brisbane at Ikon Park in the third round of the 2018 season. She was delisted by Carlton at the end of the 2018 season. In October 2018, after leaving Carlton, Grieve joined Fremantle as a free agent. ------ 8. WRWH of fox sports WRWH (1350 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Cleveland, Georgia, United States. The station is currently owned by White County Media, LLC. and features programming from Fox News Radio., Local high school sports, University of Georgia Bulldogs Sports, local community events, and 60's, 70's, and 80's music. From the WRWH website, WRWH.com: "Hometown Radio" WRWH is a locally owned and operated station with programming designed to serve the needs of our community. Operating since 1958, our staff is dedicated to providing quality programming and service. Our commitment to provide the latest news, up-to-date weather information, community and church news has enabled us to receive special recognition from the Georgia Association of Broadcasters, The Associated Press and Local Organizations. ------ 9. Greg Toland of fox sports Greg Toland was the weekend sports anchor for ABC 7 News/WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C., from October 2000 to his dismissal January 23, 2009 due to financial constraints. He had been the sports director at WBTW-TV, the CBS affiliate in Florence, South Carolina and was chosen South Carolina's 1998 sportscaster of the year, winning the AP award for best sports story that year. As weekend sports anchor at WPGH-TV, the Fox affiliate in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he won the AP award for best sports story in Pennsylvania. He reappeared as a sports anchor for WBAL-TV 11 (NBC) in Baltimore on September 1, 2010 and is now working for WUSA-TV (CBS) in Washington, D.C. He graduated in 1984 from the University of Maryland, College Park in Radio, Television, and Film. Toland is a native of Ventnor, New Jersey. He and his wife Carolyn have two children, Beth and Ryan. ------ 10. Early life of fox sports Omogbehin was born in Lagos, Nigeria. After his family migrated to the United States, Omogbehin attended and graduated from Atlantic Shores Christian Academy in Chesapeake, Virginia. Through high school, he played basketball and continued in the sport after choosing to attend University of South Florida (USF) from 2012 to 2014. While in USF, Omogbehin played center position. While in USF, Omogbehin claims to have met basketball legend Hakeem Olajuwon during the USF Bull's team trip to Houston, Texas during 2014. Omogbehin also played basketball at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland after transferring from USF. He played center position for the Morgan State Bears from 2014 to 2015. ------ 11. Professional wrestling career of fox sports WWENXT (20182020)It was reported October 17, 2018, that WWE signed a total of seven athletes to train at the WWE Performance Center. Among them, Omogbehin was signed. In 2019, Omogbehin made his in-ring debut during a July 18 house show, defeating team 3.0 in a Two-On-One Handicap match. He returned the following month during an August 24 house show winning a 15-Man battle royal match. During the October house shows, Omogbehin was victorious in singles matches defeating competitors Cezar Bononi and Kona Reeves. He also wrestled his first tag match teaming with fellow recruits Denzel Dejournette & Tehuti Miles, losing to The Forgotten Sons. Omogbehin returned in 2020 during an NXT House Show to team with Bronson Reed to defeat Aleksandar Jaksic & Tehuti Miles. Raw (2020present)During the June 15, 2020 episode of Monday Night RAW, Omogbehin debuted as a surprise member of Akira Tozawa's ninja faction. Appearing as the tallest member of the faction, Omogbehin was referred to as the "Big Ninja" as he stood at ringside during team Tozawa's tag match against The Street Profits and The Viking Raiders. Big Ninja was also confronted by Big Show during the post-match brawl between the teams. In August, he served as the security guard for the entrance to Shane McMahon's RAW Underground. In October, he would begin to accompany A.J. Styles to the ring as his "associate" as Styles returned to the RAW brand. ------ 12. Jessi Losada of fox sports Jessi Losada is an American sportscaster of Cuban descent. For 36 years, Losada worked on Spanish television networks in the United States, broadcasting various different sports events and sports shows. Losada joined Univision in 1978, becoming sports-anchor and producer for the channel's Los Angeles affiliate in 1980. Losada later moved to Miami, Florida, when he was promoted to national sports-anchor by the television conglomerate. At that position, he worked for 19 years until moving to Univision's main rival, Telemundo, in 1999. At Telemundo, Losada worked on shows like Telemundo BoxingBoxeo Telemundo, Titulares Telemundo-a variety show focused on sports, NBA basketball games, NFL football games, the Olympic Games and more. Losada decided, after 16 years at Telemundo, to leave the network and return to California. Losada received six Emmy Awards; four for his coverage of Super Bowl games, one for his story of Rafael Palmeiro in 1992 and one for his coverage of the 1990 World Cup of Association Football in Italy. Additionally, from 1984 to 1987, he broadcast games of the Los Angeles Rams on local radio in Los Angeles. He also worked Los Angeles Raiders games and was sports-anchor at CBS. Losada joined Fox Deportes in late 2015, where he has worked as announcer for football, boxing and motorsport. ------ 13. Playing career of fox sports ClubMelbourne Victory: 2009, 20122014After playing one match for the Melbourne Victory in 2009, Humble was called into the team as an injury replacement during the 201213 W-League season. She made eight appearances for the club playing in the defender position. The Victory finished the regular season in third place and advanced to the semifinals. Humble returned to the Victory for the 2013-14 season. During her 14 appearances for the team, she scored one goal and helped lead the team to the Grand Final where the Victory defeated Brisbane Roar 20. The win marked the Victory's first Grand Final title in the history of the team. ------ 14. Meg McDonald (footballer) of fox sports Meghan McDonald (born 19 June 1991) is an Australian rules footballer with the Geelong Football Club in the AFL Women's competition (AFLW). She previously played with the Western Bulldogs in the 2017 season. McDonald was recruited by the Western Bulldogs as a free agent in November 2016. She made her debut in the seven point loss to Collingwood at VU Whitten Oval in round four of the 2017 season. She played four matches in her debut season and kicked one goal. She was delisted at the conclusion of the 2017 season. In September 2018 she accepted a contract with Geelong to play in the club's inaugural season in the AFLW in 2019. She was awarded Geelong's best and fairest medal in her debut season at the club. ------ 15. Rules of fox sports Each juror selects 5 best footballers and awards them 6, 4, 3, 2 points and 1 point respectively from their first choice to the fifth choice. The trophy of the Best Footballer in Asia is awarded to the player with the highest total of points. TiebreakersWhen two or more candidates obtain the same points, the rankings of the concerned candidates would be based upon the following criteria in order. a) The number of the 1st-place vote obtainedb) The number of the 2nd-place vote obtainedc) The number of the 3rd-place vote obtainedd) The number of the 4th-place vote obtainedIf all conditions are equal, the concerned candidates will be tied in rankings. If the concerned candidates are tied in the first-place, the concerned candidates will share the award and the trophy.
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