Sport AFL Blight inducted into Crows’ Hall of Fame
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Blight inducted into Crows’ Hall of Fame

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Adelaide premiership coach Malcolm Blight is among eight inductees into the Crows’ inaugural Hall of Fame.

Blight coached the Crows to back-to-back AFL flags in 1997 and 1998 in his first two seasons with the club.

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He was joined in the Hall of Fame by players Ben Hart, Anthony Modra, Andrew McLeod, Simon Goodwin and Mark Ricciuto, while administrators Bob Hammond and Bill Sanders were also included.

“It’s a great privilege to be selected alongside seven other fantastic club people,” Blight said in a statement.

“I am proud of my time at the Crows and tonight has been a great chance to reflect on the history of the club.”

The launch of the Hall of Fame coincides with the Crows’ 25th season in the AFL.

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