Essendon to get key players back
Essendon are set to regain a couple of key players for Saturday’s home clash against Fremantle.
GWS coach Leon Cameron says the AFL club’s makeshift forward line will continue to adapt in the absence of big guns Jeremy Cameron and Jon Patton
Brisbane’s three-game winning streak is extra sweet for long-time Lion Daniel Rich.
Hawthorn forward Jack Gunston says it’s no use getting wrapped up in what other clubs are doing in the race to the AFL finals.
West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui has vowed to fight on despite needing a second knee reconstruction.
Port Adelaide hope their All Australian ruckman Paddy Ryder will miss just one AFL match because of a hip injury.
Collingwood will sell off their poker machines and say they are leaving the gaming industry.
Essendon star Michael Long played a pivotal role in changing attitudes to racism in the AFL.
Brisbane gun Hugh McCluggage isn’t getting ahead of himself despite signs the worm has turned following three straight AFL victories.
The AFL is looking at penalising team interchanges and runners, rather than paying free kicks, as well as introducing starting positions.
Melbourne co-captain Nathan Jones reckons Demons ruckman Max Gawn would be a very worthy Brownlow Medallist.
Sydney runner Jeremy Laidler could be warned or fined after his actions at the end of Sunday’s tight win over North Melbourne.
Defender Sam Taylor has played six AFL games but already made a big impression at GWS, thanks partly to the mentorship of Phil Davis and Heath Shaw.
Fremantle youngster Ryan Nyhuis will miss three games for his dangerous tackle, while Adelaide star Bryce Gibbs was found not guilty of rough conduct.
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