News

  • James Aish’s injury explained

    Brisbane youngster James Aish ruptured a tendon in a finger on his left hand against North Melbourne in round 17.

  • How Steve Johnson got caught

    Rohan Connolly has spoken about his experience of sitting in on the match review panel meeting on Monday.

  • Ralph: Time for Fitzpatrick to go

    News limited Journalist Jon Ralph believes it’s time for AFL chairman Mike Fitzpatrick to stand down, following revelations from former Sydney chairman Richard Colless that he copped an expletive-laden rant from the league boss following the recruitment of Lance Franklin.

  • Exum injured knee

    Australian point guard Dante Exum has injured his left knee while playing for the national team against Slovenia in Ljubljana.

  • KB's Take: Four field umpires a winner

    Richmond legend Kevin Bartlett is looking forward to the upcoming trial of four field umpires during the Brisbane and Gold Coast clash, and believes the idea is long overdue and will be a winner.

  • Rogers backs Clarke

    Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers is confident Michael Clarke can return to form, after the Aussie skipper used his news limited column to deny speculation he is contemplating retirement.

  • Watson: AFL does deals

    Essendon legend Tim Watson says claims by former Sydney chairman Richard Colless that AFL commission chairman Mike Fitzpatrick unleashed an expletive-laden tirade on him for recruiting Lance Franklin is evidence the league makes deals behind the scenes.

  • Biggest Boom or Bust Players in 2015

    James Arthur of the SEN NFL Podcast has put together a list of the Biggest Boom or Bust Players for the 2015 season. Who makes the list?

  • Schwarz supports Jobe Watson’s overseas break

    Melbourne champion David Schwarz says Bombers captain Jobe Watson has every right to take an overseas break considering what he has been through during the supplements saga.

  • Dempster: We are not walkovers

    St.Kilda's top eight hopes might be over but defender Sean Dempster believes the Saints can still upset sides destined for September.

  • Marsh at three, Sids for Starc: Rodney Hogg

    Australia needs to make a change to their bowling line-up ahead of the fourth Test at Trent Bridge if they want to stay in this Ashes series, says Rodney Hogg.

  • Goodes humbled by support, felt the love

    Sydney star Adam Goodes has thanked the football community for the support shown to him over the weekend after he took a break from the game amid the booing saga.

  • Hogan rising ahead of Cripps: Cam Mooney

    Melbourne young forward Jesse Hogan should be voted as the Rising Star this season because of what he has done in the hardest position on the ground to play, says Cameron Mooney.

  • Dons playing kids late costly: Wallace

    Essendon has taken far too long to give their younger players significant senior experience and are paying the price with heavy losses for it, says Terry Wallace.

  • Andy Maher is talking gibberish: Patrick Smith

    It is plainly wrong for anyone to suggest that it is acceptable for a panel such as the AFL Commission to have differing opinions based on racial vilification, says Patrick Smith.

  • Mitch Marsh at six a concern: Gideon Haigh

    It can not come as too much of a surprise that Australia all-rounder Mitch Marsh has failed to have an impact with the bat in this Ashes series, says Gideon Haigh.