Crows recruit Tom Lynch is determined to prove he’s more than a key forward.
The Lions launched the Club’s most exciting membership campaign as it continues to ANSWER TO THE CALL of its members and supporters ahead of the 2012 AFL Season.
The Carlton Football Club, together with its Sustainability Partner Visy, has developed an innovative schools program called The VISY Enviromaniacs Live @ CFC.
Midfielder Scott Pendlebury – the man in the middle of the row between Eddie McGuire and Kevin Sheedy – will stay at the club, according to his father.
Key forward Scott Gumbleton has undergone surgery for ongoing back and hamstring problems but will be fit to play in season 2012, according to coach James Hird.
Photographer Daniel Wilkins’ wins an award for his shot of a Dockers supporter looking on with hope as Hayden Ballantyne lines up for a telling shot after the siren.
Nathan Vardy will miss the team’s altitude training in Falls Creek but has avoided more surgery on his hip.
Greater Western Sydney:
Two of the prized 17-year-old selections supposed to turn Greater Western Sydney into a superpower have already been delisted by the club.
Devon Smith is as tough as they come on the footy field but even he didn’t know what to make of a curveball hurled at him by the Gold Coast at the AFL Draft Combine.
As members at the club start voting on their next president, we take a more detailed look at the property investment that has hit Hawthorn’s profit.
Melbournefc.com.au features a video interview of David Misson updating how the players are tracking during pre-season.
We missed this tory a few days ago, but veteran skipper Brent Harvey says that he is happy to relinquish North Melbourne captaincy to benefit Kangaroos.
The Power’s website features a series of photos of the full squad training together in 37 degree heat as the intensity lifted as preseason gets into full swing.
The days of playing hard on the field during the winter and just as hard off it during the summer appear gone.
St Kilda’s newest member – facilities manager David Riggs – is already an old friend of the club.
Swans dietitian Lorraine Cullen is already hard at work, monitoring the player’s intake over the pre-season.
US President Barack Obama thanked troops for their sacrifices and boarded Air Force One to fly out of Australia, but not before being handed his very own West Coast Eagles guernsey.
Jason McCartney baulks at the subject of good coming from evil. But life for the celebrated 2002 Bali bombing survivor is rosy, with the job as Western Bulldogs list manager the latest step in a blossoming post-playing career.