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  • 2014 AFL Mock Draft 4.0

    It took a week longer than last year, but the 2014 NAB AFL Draft has finally arrived, which means it's time for Brett Anderson's final Mock Draft. Which players are set to head to your club?

  • Hughes blow prompts Hogg to reflect on his bowling career

    Watching Phillip Hughes collapse to the ground after being struck by a bouncer deeply affected former Test fast Bowler Rodney Hogg and prompted him to consider exactly how dangerous it was when he was sending down short balls during his playing days.

  • Paul Little tells Caro: You’re wrong

    Essendon chairman Paul Little has definitively denied the claims made by Caroline Wilson in The Age that the Bombers had paid a substantial amount of Mark Thompson’s $30,000 fine to the AFL for his part in the supplements program during 2012.

  • Darts royalty coming to Melbourne in 2015

    World number one Michael van Gerwen, five-time world champion Raymond van Barneveld and one of Australia’s best ever Simon Whitlock will be among the contenders for the major prize.

  • AFL says new-look MRP is simpler & fairer

    The drastic alterations made to the AFL’s Match Review Panel system will provide a much simple and fairer judgement process of indiscretions made by players on the field.

  • Rangers prospects Deglan and Buckel sweep ABL weekly awards

    LAVERTON, 25 November – The Jet Couriers Melbourne Aces have completed a clean sweep of the Australian Baseball League awards in Round 4, with Texas Rangers prospects Kellin Deglan and Cody Buckel winning Delta Player and Pitcher of the Week honours, respectively.

  • Phil Hughes in critical condition after head hit

    Phillip Hughes has been placed in an induced coma whilst he undergoes surgery after a sickening incident while batting for South Australia in its Sheffield Shield match against NSW.

  • Essendon board candidate: Hird has to go

    The jostling for positions on the Essendon board is heating up with hopeful Bill Jennings the first candidate to be against James Hird continuing as coach.

  • The way of the Hawks

    Thanks to its coach, Hawthorn has recovered from the fractures of the failed merger and regained its edge.

  • Have the Saints changed their mind?

    For a long time most of the football community have strongly believed that on Thursday night St Kilda will select Christian Petracca with the number one pick in the AFL National Draft.

  • Sando: My gut says Patty will stay

    Former Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson believes star Crows midfielder Patty Dangerfield will stay with the club beyond next season.