IN emotional scenes at a Alice Springs court today, former AFL star Liam Jurrah, was found not guilty of assaulting his cousin last year. The verdict has given some hope to re-ignite Jurrah’s AFL career. Jurrah was found not guilty of “unlawfully causing serious harm to his cousin Basil Jurrah” in March last year. The former
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(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: New Richmond captain TRENT COTCHIN has prepared himself to lead the club through an unlikely alliance with cricketer Simon Katich
TALENTED but dogged by off-field issues, former Melbourne footballer Liam Jurrah has been charged with drink driving in Adelaide after an incident on Monday night in Para Hills. He is alleged to have registered a blood alcohol level of almost 0.27, more than five times over the legal limit. Making matters worse is that Jurrah is
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Bombers assistant coach Matthew Egan believes key forward Michael Hurley will benefit from shedding some weight during the pre-season
FORMER Essendon and Geelong midfielder Brent Prismall today failed to win a spot on a third AFL list after training with three clubs prior to the AFL pre-season and rookie draft. Despite being offered a one year deal with Port Adelaide, Prismall declined the offer in order to find at least a two year deal
TROUBLED former Melbourne forward Liam Jurrah had been training with Port Adelaide for the last few weeks and while the Power were interested in signing him they have today announced that they will pass on him at tomorrow’s Draft. But they are keeping the door wide open. Port Adelaide General Manager – Football, Peter Rohde,
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: David Mundy’s return to pre-season training has provided a boost for his Fremantle teammates, who know how valuable the stoppage specialist could be in 2013 after an uninterrupted summer
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: With the success of the Sydney Swans, it seems the days of footballers behaving badly may finally be coming to an end
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Liam Jurrah remains on Port Adelaide’s radar, with the former Demon expected to train with the club for the first time next week
(DAILY ONE LINERS) Pictured: Geelong hopes to have star midfielder Jimmy Bartel back in its main training group in the lead-up to the Christmas break.
MELBOURNE has slashed its list further today with eight more delistings to add to its mass changes over the trade period. Matthew Bate, Ricky Petterd, Jamie Bennell, Lucas Cook, Liam Jurrah and rookies Jai Sheahan, Leigh Williams and Kelvin Lawrence were all given the chop as the Dees to look to transform its list and
(DAILY ONE LINERS) St Kilda: Farren Ray could continue at St Kilda next season despite languishing in the VFL this year and fielding interest from aggressive trade player Melbourne
MELBOURNE forward Liam Jurrah will make his long-awaited return to footy for the Casey Scorpions against Geelong at Simonds Stadium on Saturday. It was confirmed today that Jurrah will return after a horror off-season of events in Northern Territory and also his fitness was limited through injury. It is expected that he will do some
MELBOURNE forward Liam Jurrah will make his return for the Casey Scorpions against Geelong next Saturday at Simonds Stadium instead of tomorrow against North Ballarat. Scorpions coach Brett Lovett said Jurrah was “touch and go” this week to return from a wrist injury. Demons football manager Josh Mahoney said that the club was taking a
The Melbourne Football Club has announced that Liam Jurrah is being held by police following an incident overnight.