May 262015
 
Dissecting the Blues

Friday 13 April, 2012 Carlton have demolished grand finalists and arch-rivals Collingwood by 60 points at the MCG. In front of 84,259 fans, they display A-grade football that takes the league by storm, with people in the media raving. They are touted as the frontrunner for that year’s premiership. After a decade in the football […]

May 212015
 
The 10 South Australian players to watch in the Championships

South Australia’s squad this year is very deep, with the gap between their strongest and weakest players much smaller than the other sides. It’s a trait that’s become ingrained in South Australian junior sides – and a significant reason why they’ve encountered such success of late. Any number of 20 players could have featured in […]

May 192015
 
Emily Wastle named fifth annual Jill Lindsay Scholarship winner

Photo courtesy of AFL Queensland. Emily Wastle was announced by AFL commissioner Sam Mostyn as the winner of the Jill Lindsay Scholarship at the seventh women’s industry lunch hosted by the AFL on Wednesday. Over 700 people were in attendance, celebrating 100 years since the first recorded game of Australian Football played by women. The […]

May 192015
 
TAC Cup wrap: Round eight review

North Ballarat Rebels 11.11 (77) Gippsland Power 9.10 (64) North Ballarat goals: D. Rioli 3, E. Frank 2, J. Hopper 2, D. Tucker 2, M. Johnston, J. Cowan. Gippsland goals: T. Papley 4, H. McKay 2, B. Olsson, T. Marsh, C. Ambler. North Ballarat best: J. Hopper, Y. Eades, T. Taurau, J. Webster, J. Berry, B. Simpson Gippsland […]

May 192015
 
The 10 Vic Metro players to watch in the Championships

Here’s the top 10 players to watch for Vic Metro during the National Championships. Each player will be rated out of 30, with marks coming from production to date, potential at the next level and size attributes. Sam Weideman (key forward, Eastern Ranges) The positives: Weideman’s size and incredible marking make him a terrific forward […]