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  • KB's Take: Schulz let-off just AFL Spin

    I don’t want to hear any more talk from the AFL on player welfare again - it’s just lip service. It sounds good, it's nice spin, after the Match Review Panel cleared Jay Schulz last night.

  • David King on Treloar offers, Schulz & Hird

    North Melbourne is in a tough spot looking forward because it seems they need a few more pieces to be contenders but have few players with high trade value, says David King.

  • Criticism of Cam Smith unfair: Cohen

    It was unfair of 60 Minutes to narrow in on only a few seconds of Cameron Smith’s reaction to Alex McKinnon’s life changing injury after he was tackled by a teammate, says Ian Cohen.

  • Camporeale: Phil’s values will stay

    Adelaide has announced that Scott Camporeale will be the club’s interim coach until the end of the season after Phil Walsh was tragically killed last week.

  • Rodney Hogg’s Ashes preview

    Missing dynamic fast bowler Ryan Harris for the entire Ashes is a big blow for Australia as they look to win their first Test series against England since 2001, says Rodney Hogg.

  • KB's Take: Ablett still the best

    In his absence, Nat Fyfe has become all the rage as the greatest player in the game and rightly so, for he’s been better than anyone else playing the game this year - until the weekend.

  • Patrick Smith on dumb Tomic and Hird

    Bernard Tomic deserved to be suspended from playing in the Davis Cup for Australia and was a goose to attack the sport’s national governing body, says Patrick Smith.

  • Maric and Baguley face suspension

    Richmond ruckman Ivan Maric and Essendon defender Mark Baguley have been offered one-match suspensions as 13 players face charges from the MRP after Round 14.

  • Derm on Essendon and Jay Schulz

    Essendon in the back of their mind realised they couldn’t win and gave up during the massive loss to St Kilda on Sunday, says Dermott Brereton.

  • Dennis a star on the rise

    Rohan Dennis receiving the yellow jersey came as a pleasant surprise, according to SBS Cycling commentator Mike Tomalaris.

  • Tennis Australia dump Tomic from Davis Cup

    Bernard Tomic will not be representing Australia for the foreseeable future after Tennis Australia dumped the 22-year-old from this month's Davis Cup quarter-final squad to face Kazakhstan in Darwin.