• Inside the clubs: Hawthorn

    SEN Inside Football's list analysis of all 18 clubs continues with a look at the Hawthorn list for season 2015.

  • United at last, body and mind

    It’s not easy to quit the best job you’ll ever have, writes new SEN Inside Football columnist Luke Ball.

  • Kisnorbo on Victory revenge and Josh Kennedy

    Melbourne City captain Patrick Kisnorbo is hoping his team can produce a consistent effort for 90 minutes against rivals Victory on Saturday night and redeem a 5-2 loss earlier in the season.

  • Inside the clubs: GWS Giants

    SEN Inside Football's list analysis of all 18 clubs continues with a look at the GWS Giants' list for season 2015.

  • Finey: Only a flag will exorcise Saints’ demons

    Nothing less than a premiership itself will properly rid St Kilda and its supporters of the eerie feeling that the club is somehow destined for failure in their bid to claim that elusive second flag, says Mark Fine.

  • KP: Indians aren’t scared of Aussies now

    The current Test series between Australia and India is so evenly matched at the moment because the visitors are no longer afraid or intimidated by the Aussie players, says Melbourne Stars recruit Kevin Pietersen.

  • Hogg: Warnie has a right to call out Starc

    Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has done more than enough in the game to call out Mitchell Starc for being ‘soft’ if that is what he believes, says Rodney Hogg.

  • Kim Hughes: Our fast bowlers need Lillee’s help

    Former Australian Test captain Kim Hughes believes Cricket Australia is doing itself a massive disservice by not assigning former fast bowler Dennis Lillee a position on their coaching staff.

  • Inside the clubs: Gold Coast Suns

    Pre-season training is back in full swing at all 18 clubs and over the next 18 days, SEN Inside Football will break down each club's list for season 2015. Today, it is the Gold Coast Suns list.

  • Richardson: No limits on young Saints

    St Kilda coach Alan Richardson says that he expects the Saints’ new recruits to be a significant part of the club’s future success.

  • Push for New Zealand to ban advertising alcohol in sport

    A ministerial forum led by former league coach Graham Lowe has called for the New Zealand government to put an end to alcohol sponsorships of all sporting teams and leagues plus the advertising of alcohol during telecasts.