Harf Time

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12:00pm - 4:00pm Monday to Friday

From midday weekdays it's Harf Time on SEN with former Hawthorn (and Carlton) star and all-round good bloke Daniel Harford. “Harf Time” will bring you a variety of sports with everything that’s happening in the sporting landscape without taking itself too seriously.

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  • Pies should re-sign Bucks: David King

    Collingwood should not even consider holding out on giving coach Nathan Buckley a contract extension despite having a second consecutive mid-season collapse, says David King.

  • Wallace: What is Treloar worth to Tigers?

    It will cost Richmond at least their next two first round draft picks to capture young star midfielder Adam Treloar from the GWS Giants, says Terry Wallace.

  • Swans must play Rose again: Robbo

    Sydney has had very limited options when it comes to small forwards kicking goals so John Longmire must play young James Rose again, says Mark Robinson.

  • They didn’t win the Ashes: Rodney Hogg

    England did not win the Ashes 3-2, instead Australia severely underperformed and handed the urn back to the old enemy with little fuss, says Rodney Hogg.

  • Mooney: Goldstein great but won’t poll

    Ruckman rarely poll many votes on Brownlow Medal night these days, but North Melbourne big man Todd Goldstein has had such a great season that he is among the favourites for the award.

  • Pies fans abusing Jack pathetic: Robbo

    Mark Robinson has described the Collingwood fans that excessively abused Richmond players on the weekend as feral, saying there was no place in the game for such behaviour.

  • Dogs want sustained success: McCartney

    The Western Bulldogs are manicuring their list for a long period of success and they still have a number of moves to make in the coming draft and trade periods, says list manager Jason McCartney.

  • Pure Footy: Bombers five years away

    Essendon is more than likely some five years away from being a genuine contender for a premiership given their current group of young players, says Glenn Luff.

  • Players better off to shut up: Terry Wallace

    It is contradictory of clubs to demand players be open about their future contract plans but then punish them for making a choice that doesn’t suit the team, says Terry Wallace.

  • Luke Parker’s injury explained

    Dr. Bridie O’Donnell from Epworth HealthCare says injured Sydney midfielder Luke Parker may have broken his fibula “right” if the Swans haven’t ruled him out for the season.

  • Clarke & Warne bromance unhealthy: Hogg

    Michael Clarke’s captaincy was trending downwardly along with his batting over the last few years and his close relationship with Shane Warne did not help, says Rodney Hogg.

  • Another prelim possible for North: Mooney

    North Melbourne are more than capable of winning two finals and playing off for a spot in the Grand Final as they did last season, says Cameron Mooney.

  • Robbo: There’s no place for dog acts

    The match review panel and AFL tribunal have been too soft this year in their rulings and Alex Silvagni must be penalised heavily for a dog act, says Mark Robinson.

  • Numbers suggest Blues should draft Francis

    The modern game is best suited to medium-sized forwards and Carlton should be mindful of that fact when using their first draft choice at the end of this season, says Champion Data stats analyst Daniel Hoyne.

  • Wallace not buying Dangerfield to Dees

    Adelaide star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield will play for Geelong next season despite growing speculation that he will choose Melbourne, says Terry Wallace.