Adelaide Crows fly towards 2017 AFL Grand Final glory | PHOTOS, VIDEO

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A very special message from the Clare Valley to our favourite son, Adelaide Football Club's Riley Knight, ahead of the AFL Grand Final...

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EWE-TURN: Wool you look at me?

EWE-TURN: Wool you look at me?

Sheep thrills for Crows fans: A ewenique sheep has raised the baa in the fashion steaks as it tries to produce a Crows scarf ahead of the Adelaide Crows’ clash against Richmond’s Tigers on Saturday. Read more here, and see the photos.

Marian Travers reckons Crows will win the grand final by 45 points, and Rory Sloane will win the Norm Smith Medal. She'll be watching the game at home on the patio, decked out in Crows gear.

Marian Travers reckons Crows will win the grand final by 45 points, and Rory Sloane will win the Norm Smith Medal. She'll be watching the game at home on the patio, decked out in Crows gear.

Who will win the grand final?We find out what South East supporters think!

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TIGERS: Toni, Quade, Balin and Andy Mantle wear their colours at a Richmond game.

TIGERS: Toni, Quade, Balin and Andy Mantle wear their colours at a Richmond game.

Eyre Peninsula: Meanwhile, a Port Lincoln family is hoping to see a Richmond victory this weekend in the AFL grand final, in memory of a local die-hard fan. Read more here.

Naracoorte supporters rally: The Naracoorte Adelaide Crows fan base are ready to see their side take on Richmond in the AFL grand final this weekend. Read more here.

Bordertown's answer to the Crows mascot, the White Kangaroo, meets her adversary on the back of a ute.

Bordertown's answer to the Crows mascot, the White Kangaroo, meets her adversary on the back of a ute.

Looking back: Regional South Aussie Crows supporters got behind their heros during the 97/98 premiership era – see the newspaper coverage in our gallery here.

Grand final dream comes true: A dream to one day attend an Adelaide Crows grand final in Melbourne has come true for a Port Lincoln local who tipped the clash back in April. Read more here.

Mandy, Shae, Rob and Casey Knight celebrate proudly with Riley in the Adelaide Oval changerooms after the Crows' 36-point quarter final win over GWS.

Mandy, Shae, Rob and Casey Knight celebrate proudly with Riley in the Adelaide Oval changerooms after the Crows' 36-point quarter final win over GWS.

From Clare Valley to the MCG: Riley Knight’s family – and the Clare Valley – gets behind the 22-year-old Crows forward. Read more here.

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Richmond supporters rally, too: The long wait is over - after 35 long years Richmond is back into the big dance and there are a few locals who are over the moon. Naracoorte’s Jenny Blake is Tigers mad, she was in her last year of high school in 1980, when they last won a premiership. Read more here.

What would you do for tickets to the grand final? We find out just how desperate some people are…

Flashback to past Crows premierships: In the wake of their 1997 and 1998 premiership triumphs, the Adelaide Crows toured South Australian towns with the trophy, including Ceduna. Read more here.

Welcoming the Crows to Ceduna in 1997.

Welcoming the Crows to Ceduna in 1997.

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FLYING THE FLAG: The Eyre Peninsula Crows Supporters Group is excited about this weekend's grand final with some members heading to Melbourne for the match.

FLYING THE FLAG: The Eyre Peninsula Crows Supporters Group is excited about this weekend's grand final with some members heading to Melbourne for the match.

Eyre Peninsula supporters ready to cheer: The Eyre Peninsula Crows Supporters Group members are among the most excited about this weekend’s AFL grand final. Read more here.

Modra in the house: Adelaide champion Tony Modra took over the Crows’ Facebook page on Wednesday morning, September 27.

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Mark Bickley’s parents ready to crow for their team: Sitting in Max and Babs Bickley’s modest kitchen in Port Pirie is a long way from the roar of the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Mr and Mrs Bickley are probably Port Pirie’s biggest Crows’ fans – their son Mark captained the two premiership teams so far. Read more here.

Family Betts on Eddie: While Port Lincoln’s own Eddie Betts prepares for his first AFL grand final, his family will be cheering him on in Melbourne and at home. Read more here.

GO CROWS: Cheering on Eddie Betts is his aunt Sharon Betts, grandmother Veda Betts, poppa Playford Miller and father Eddie Betts Jnr.

GO CROWS: Cheering on Eddie Betts is his aunt Sharon Betts, grandmother Veda Betts, poppa Playford Miller and father Eddie Betts Jnr.

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And finally, the question we all want answered: Why are crows better than tigers? We take a look…

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