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  • Playoff for No. 1 pick disaster: Jon Ralph

    Jon Ralph has issued a warning to the AFL as it considers making significant changes to the way clubs are allocated selections in the national draft based on where they finish on the ladder.

  • Playoff for No. 1 pick disaster: Jon Ralph

    Jon Ralph has issued a warning to the AFL as it considers making significant changes to the way clubs are allocated selections in the national draft based on where they finish on the ladder.

  • Debate rages about draft lottery

    Brisbane Lions Chief executive Greg Swan is not a fan of the AFL introducing a draft lottery to decide which club receives the number one pick.

  • Malthouse full of praise for the Blues

    Former Carlton coach Mick Malthouse says his old club's rise up the AFL ladder has been "fantastic" and credits their success so far in 2016 to a healthy list and player confidence.

  • Cloke's papers could be stamped: Watson

    Essendon legend Tim Watson believes Travis Cloke's papers could be stamped if reports are correct that he won't be given a call up for this weeks game against Port Adelaide.

  • Pies tell Cloke he's still out

    It is believed Collingwood has informed veteran key-forward Travis Cloke that he will not be recalled to the senior team to play against Port Adelaide at the MCG on Sunday.

  • Ex-coach on Byrne-Jones: He’ll work hard

    A Rising Star nomination for Port Adelaide young defender Darcy Byrne-Jones is a fitting reward for all the hard work he has done on his game, says former coach Mick Stinear.

  • More value to finishing last than No.1 pick: Anderson

    Finishing at the bottom of the ladder this season will be very beneficial the likes of Fremantle, Essendon or even Brisbane, but not just because they would receiving the number one pick in the national draft, says Inside Football’s draft analyst, Brett Anderson.

  • Curry gets hot, Warriors win Game 7

    Another outstanding shooting performance from Stephen Curry has helped the Golden State Warriors defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder in a furious Game 7 of the Western Conference finals.

  • Rucci on Monfries future & Jenkins offer

    It is extremely unlikely that Angus Monfries will be offered a contract to play at Port Adelaide next season once he has served his ban from the 2012 supplements saga at Essendon, says Michelangelo Rucci.

  • Still some pain ahead for Blues: Jake Niall

    Carlton has won five of its last six games, some of the kids are already flourishing and they realistically could be on seven wins before the bye but there is still an awful lot to do with the list, says Jake Niall.

  • Digs at Lindsay not cheap shots: Schwarz

    David Schwarz has dismissed a claim from North Melbourne senior coach Brad Scott that criticism aimed at Lindsay Thomas for drawing free kicks is somewhat personal and an unfair cheap shot.

  • Play Travis now or he’s gone: Tim Watson

    If Collingwood do not recall Travis Cloke to play against Port Adelaide at the MCG on Sunday afternoon then his future at the club is effectively over, says Tim Watson.