• AFL Draft Big Board 3.0: The winds of change

    The pathway's home and away season is in the book, so our draft analyst Brett Anderson has updated his top 25 prospects for November's draft in Adelaide. Who has risen and fallen?

  • Nat Fyfe’s injury explained

    Dr. Bridie O’Donnell from Epworth HealthCare says Fremantle star Nat Fyfe’s injury was caused by overuse, not from trauma to the bone.

  • Dempsey could have got six weeks: Watson

    Essendon legend Tim Watson says believes Bomber defender Courtney Dempsey could have received a harsher penalty for his sling tack on Tiger Brett Deledio.

  • Will Adam Goodes retire?

    For the third year in a row Adam Goodes has to decide whether to continue his AFL career as a conversation on retirement looms again.

  • Umpire Carrazzo

    Retiring Carlton mid-fielder Andrew Carrazzo has confirmed he's keen to embark on career as an AFL umpire.

  • Stokes to leave Cats at the end of the season

    Geelong midfielder Mathew Stokes will play his final game for the Cats on Saturday after he announced to his teammates he will be departing the club at the end of the season.

  • Cats loss to Pies embarrassing: Mooney

    Geelong appeared to have already checked out of the season against Collingwood on Friday night and they should be embarrassed by their insipid effort, says Cameron Mooney.

  • Keep coin & variety in Tests: Rodney Hogg

    The toss of a coin on the first morning of a Test to decide who will bat or bowl first has bee a part of cricket of over a century and it should continue, says Rodney Hogg.

  • The Texans Go Smart With QB

    One of the best moments from last week’s episode of Hard Knocks was the final scene when Bill O’Brien informed his quarterbacks that Brian Hoyer was going into the season as the team’s starter. When the decision was being relayed, the stoic faces of the quarterbacks did a good job hiding what emotions were taking place under the surface.

  • United reportedly botched de Gea deal

    Manchester United may have made their most costly mistake of the season thanks to an administrative error in the David de Gea deal to Real Madrid.

  • Unfair if Danger loses medal by two: Watson

    It is going to be very unfair if Paddy Dangerfield falls short in the Brownlow Medal count by one or two votes because of the cancelled game in Round 14, says Tim Watson.

  • Bartel slowing the Cats down: Brereton

    Jimmy Bartel has been told that he can play on into a 15th season at Geelong but looking at it coldly Dermott Brereton feels his time in the league is up.