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Neagle, from Dimboola, like teammate Tim Watson, was a product of the club's successful country recruiting zone. A saddened Watson said last night that he'd known Neagle his entire life and would always remember him as a ''likeable, loveable larrikin'
They have won eight of their last nine games, including victories over top-of-the-table Adelaide, and fellow finals aspirants St Kilda, Carlton, Richmond and Essendon. Their only loss was a heartbreaking, two-point defeat against the Eagles, having
Mitch Duncan concedes the Cats' early-season wins may have been a result of individual talent rather than team brilliance...Duncan said it also gave the Cats players confidence knowing their best was still more than good enough to match it with the
Paul Rovere Richmond defender Kelvin Moore and forward Brad Miller have announced their retirements from AFL, effective immediately. Richmond football manager Craig Cameron said the pair, both 28, had given the Tigers extraordinary service during
Adelaide Oval has died Ferguson died last nigh in the Mary Potter Hospice after a three-week battle with an aggressive cancer. Leigh Whicker today paid tribute to Ferguson as a friend and as the league's long-serving solicitor. Max Basheer's era in
Barassi is the story of iconic Australian footballer, coach, motivator and father of modern football, Ron Barassi depicted in an epic fashion, from child to elder statesman. It opens for a limited season on September 20 at the Athenaeum Theatre.
King said Harvey's game had not diminished and he could play for another two years to become just the third player in VFL-AFL history to reach football's Mt Everest...Sunday, booting three third-quarter goals in as many minutes to sink Essendon with
Caretaker coach Garry Hocking said the club believed it had a strong case to take to the AFL Tribunal. "It (the video) shows that Cyril initiated the contact, but that will all be played out tonight," Hocking said on Tuesday. "We had a really good
It's true, there was a near miss. In 1995, Carlton (20 wins) confronted the Brisbane Bears (10 wins) in what threatened to be the most lopsided final in years. Until that day at the MCG when the Bears got a sniff of an upset and at one point in the
Watson urges Dons to rediscover spark Date August 14, 2012 3 reading now 3 Read later Ryan Bastinac, Drew Petrie and Liam Anthony of North Melbourne celebrate at the final siren as Jobe Watson endures the pain of defeat...Watson says the Bombers have