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Comparison of Australian rules football and Gaelic football
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  1. possible because of the games' similarities and the presence of International Rules Football, a hybrid code developed to allow players from both codes to participate in tests

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  2. A key difference between the codes is that the highest level Gaelic Football is strictly amateur, whereas Australian rules football offers professional (Australian Football League) and semi-professional (VFL, SANFL, WAFL, etc) levels of competition

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  3. Players have successfully made the transition to top levels in both codes, and because Australian rules football is played at the professional level, there is a strong financial lure for players to switch from Gaelic to Australian football

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  4. This list is incomplete

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