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North Melbourne will wear black armbands in honour of Ashlee Good who was among the six people murdered in an attack on shoppers at Bondi Junction in Sydney on Saturday.

Ashlee Good is the second of four children from former North Melbourne player and director Kerry Good.

Ashlee’s nine-month old daughter Harriet was also injured during the attack.

The family of Ashlee Good released this photo on Sunday.

The family of Ashlee Good released this photo on Sunday.

North Melbourne president Sonja Hood said Kerry and his family had accepted the offer from the club to wear the armbands and honour his daughter’s memory during today’s match against Geelong.

“Like all Australians, we were horrified to see the awful details coming out of Sydney on Saturday,” Hood said.

“To learn later that Ashlee and her daughter were victims in this tragedy really brings something like this close to home.

“Our thoughts and condolences go to all those impacted by the awful events, especially to Ashlee’s partner Daniel Flanagan, Kerry and Dian, Ashlee’s mother Denise, and Ashlee’s extended family and friends.

“Kerry and his family are incredibly important people in our club’s history and we offer them our love and support through what is an unimaginably difficult time.”



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