The Sydney Swans are on the move. They have packed their bags for the 20 kilometer hike from Homebush (ANZ Stadium) to the SCG. The contract, set to start in 2017, has set the venue for all of the Swan’s home games for the next 30 years. This has been met with
Buddy carves up GWS, Motlop with the silky side-step and Bontempelli shrugs three Melbourne tackles before threading the needle. Meanwhile for Mark of the Year, Jay Schulz takes a huge screamer, Jarrod Witts takes a brave one in heavy traffic and Sam Gray rides his opponent to a MOTY nomination.
Mark of the Year nomnomnoms for round 14: Goal of the Year nominations for round 14:
Port Adelaide confirms John McCarthy has died in Las Vegas. Official statement: http://www.portadelaidefc.com.au/news/newsarticle/tabid/6038/newsid/147336/default.aspx The club posted this tribute video this afternoon:
The Port Adelaide Football Club has been informed that an Australian man who has died in Las Vegas is believed to be one of its players. At this point, the club is unale to confirm the identity of the player involved in this tragedy as family members are still being
The Greater Western Sydney Giants have appointed Dermott Brereton as a specialist forwards coach. The five-time premiership player with Hawthorn has joined the AFL’s newest club as a part-time specialist coach, and will be bringing his expertise to the fledgling club’s forward-line. Brereton, who kicked 464 goals in 211 games
North Melbourne young gun Ben Cunnington has declared the Kangaroos are a potential top four side. Speaking at the North Melbourne media day, the former number 5 pick announced the side had what it took to challenge the better teams. “We believe we have the list and the availability to
Harry Clarke, Jared Crouch, Barry Mitchell and Craig Kimberley have all been inducted into the Sydney Swans’ Hall of Fame. We take a look at their respective merits for inclusion. Clarke was the best and fairest for the Swans in their premiership year of 1933 and played 147 games for the