Port Adelaide Cheer

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Brisbane Lions - History - Finals Misses: 2005–2008
... On 30 June 2007, Brisbane faced Port Adelaide and led by seven points at quarter time before being overrun in the second, the Power kicking seven goals to two to led by 19 points at half-time ... A minute later a 50-metre penalty gifted Port Adelaide's Brett Ebert a goal and managed to hold on for a seven point win ... managed a record breaking comeback against Port Adelaide after turning around a 47-point deficit half way through the third quarter, to come out winners by 20 points by the final siren ...
Power To Win - Corporate - Supporter Groups
... Port Adelaide has many supporter groups, with every state or territory containing at least one supporter group ... Within metropolitan the official supporter group is known as the Port Adelaide Cheer Squad Supporters Club (PACSSC) ... The name Port Adelaide Cheer Squad Supporters Club derives from a merger of the Port Adelaide Cheer Squad and the Port Adelaide Supporters Group in 2008 in an effort to create a larger official group ...
Gavin Wanganeen Medal - Corporate - Supporter Groups
... Port Adelaide has many supporter groups, with every state or territory containing at least one supporter group ... Within metropolitan the official supporter group is known as the Port Adelaide Cheer Squad Supporters Club (PACSSC) ... The name Port Adelaide Cheer Squad Supporters Club derives from a merger of the Port Adelaide Cheer Squad and the Port Adelaide Supporters Group in 2008 in ...

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    Defer no time;
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    They and my mind may chime,
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    George Herbert (1593–1633)

    O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done,
    The ship has weather’d every rack, the prize we sought is won,
    The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting,
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    O the bleeding drops of red,
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    Fallen cold and dead.
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)