Departing Adelaide utility Jack Gunston is in hot demand among Melbourne AFL clubs chasing his services.
As Collingwood and Geelong prepare to battle it out at the 2011 AFL Grand Final, the Brisbane Lions take a look back at the Club’s own Premiership successes.
After the club confirmed his reappointment for the next two years, coach Brett Ratten has set a top-four finish as the Blues’ aim for the 2012 AFL season.
Chief executive Gary Pert has slammed the grand final ticket allocation process, saying it is “ridiculous” that expensive corporate tickets are going unsold while thousands of club members are locked out of attending their club’s biggest game of the year.
The Bendigo Bombers will split from Essendon at the end of the 2012 VFL season.
Sacked coach Mark Harvey will finally break his silence about his shock removal from the Dockers hotseat on Saturday when he appears at Essendon’s Grand Final function.
A look at the journey of Geelong ruckman Trent West and the opportunity that was a long time coming.
Greater Western Sydney:
Exciting Wagga footballer Joe Redfern is off to Sydney courtesy of a scholarship with the Giants.
Defender Campbell Brown has been stripped of his deputy vice-captaincy and banished from the leadership group following an off-field incident in Thailand earlier this month.
Former Crows coah Neil Craig joins the Demons as part of the new football department being placed around rookie coach Mark Neeld.
With Cat Steve Johnson and Magpies Ben Reid and Darren Jolly racing to prove their fitness for the Grand Final, a look back at the experiences of North Melbourne champion Corey McKernan in the 1996 Grand Final.
After drafting the U.S. College basketballer in the 2010 Rookie Draft, the Power today announced that Daniel Bass will not be on its Rookie List in 2012.
Sacked Melbourne coach Dean Bailey looks set to head to Richmond as an assistant to Damien Hardwick. Bailey will reunite with the Tigers head coach who was a player at Port Adelaide when Bailey was an assistant to Mark Williams in Power’s historic first ever premiership in 2004.
In spite of earlier Tweeting the upcoming appearance of key players on last night’s Footy Show, the Saints are now saying that they were unaware their players were appearing on the show as well expressing anger at their players’ involved in a controversial pole dancing routine.
Lesley McGrath, a key staff member of the Swans, was today named the 2011 AFL Football Woman of the Year.
The Eagles will wait until next month’s trade week before deciding whether to offer new deals to fringe pair Lewis Stevenson and Ryan Neates for 2012.
In a video interview posted to the team’s website, new coach Brendan McCartney discusses his first week on the job, what he’ll bring to the position of Senior Coach, and us an insight into his life outside of football.