THE Casey Scorpions have notched their third consecutive win to kickstart their 2013 season after demolishing Essendon at Windy Hill by a score of 25.12 (162) to 11.13 (79). The damage was done after a seven goal to three second term that set up the Scorpions scoring run and, ultimately, their 82-point win. While highly fancied Essendon
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(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: After providing Melbourne supporters with a thrill on Friday night some have speculated that the Demons should try to find a loophole that would allow Jesse Hogan to play in
MELBOURNE’S first round draft pick Jimmy Toumpas has signed as many contracts with the Demons as he has played games for them with the club revealing that they have already inked the young midfielder to a two year extension. Also on Football Nation: NAB Cup Scores (North Melbourne v Richmond v Melbourne) Toumpas, 19, was
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Carlton star ANDREW WALKER could become new Blues coach Mick Malthouse’s Mr Fix-It in 2013 as he looks to rebound from an injury-plagued campaign last year
OVER the last week the AFL was asked for and has given permission to a pair of seventeen year olds to take the field in this year’s NAB Cup competition. Gold Coast recruit Jack Martin received approval from the league on Monday and he will be joined by Melbourne’s Jesse Hogan who was approved today.
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Port Adelaide: New coach Ken Hinkley has refused to lock Dom Cassisi in as captain for 2013, claiming every player on the list has a chance over the pre-season to show leadership material
THE Casey Scorpions have been given the all clear by AFL Victoria to play in the VFL next season despite suffering from massive debt and doubt surrounding its future in the competition. The Scorpions have identified that there is a future for them in the competition, but if Melbourne leaves it as a partner – which it
Football Nation’s Trade Week feature providing our readers with a complete summary of player movements and signings for every team
UPDATE: 25/10/12 – NORTH MELBOURNE is now confident of reaching a deal for Melbourne midfielder Jordan Gysberts, who may be used in a swap for Cameron Pedersen. The Demons were banking on the Brisbane Lions giving them a second round draft pick for Stefan Martin but the Lions will only pass a third round selection.
AFTER getting an early Christmas present yesterday when they acquired Father-Son selection Jack Viney for the 26th pick in this year’s draft, the Melbourne Football Club has dived back into the trade market and done a deal to secure WA youngster Jesse Hogan. Hogan is a solid and very tough 17 year old key forward and the
Jesse Hogan Claremont (WA) 12 February 1995 193cm, 91kg HOGAN is too young for this upcoming AFL draft but is eligible for the GWS mini-draft. Already has a good size for a 17-year-old and is a solid and very tough key forward. He has good upside that may bring him to an AFL club a year earlier