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Michael Dodge Rebounding half-back Grant Birchall has revealed that an end-of-season meeting with players and coaches has ensured Hawthorn will not make the same mistakes as in 2009 when its premiership defence turned to rubble...Some players had
St Kilda and Collingwood are set to attack the 2014 free agency market with several big names out of contract. Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley has delivered a strong message in Dubai to his crop of players for 2014: It's up to you from here. Josh Gibson
Former world champion boxer Jeff Fenech hurled expletives at a female boss of a Sydney bar, then challenged bouncers to throw him out. Dumbrell maintained Jamie Whincup's pacesetting V8 form on the Gold Coast, topping Friday's second practice session.
The Giants pulled their offer and, feeling understandably jilted, cared less about disguising the sour reason behind their decision: that Franklin had buddied up to the Swans...The public, Hawthorn and Franklin himself have become conditioned over
Dockers players were left gutted following the club's 15-point grand final loss to Hawthorn on Saturday, with the team left to rue a series of missed opportunities in front of goal. Tens of thousands of fans packed into the heart of Fremantle on
A crowd of close to 100,000 is expected for today's premiership decider with Hawthorn hopping to win its 11th flag and Fremantle the first in its 19-year history. The paths to the ground are a sea of purple while Dockers fans have also packed
Read on for a guide on which team supporters from each club should support tomorrow. Freo) Any Adelaide fan who reckons they didn't barrack a little bit for Freo when super megastar Tony Modra left West Lakes for Western Australia is probably lying...
Campbell Brown says the AFL grand final rests firmly on the erratic boots of the star-studded Hawks forward line. The Gold Coast Suns enforcer was part of the Hawks side that upset Geelong in the 2008 decider when the stray Cats paid dearly for
Justin McManus Dropped mid-season, Hawthorn's experienced midfielder Brad Sewell never had any doubt he could force his way back into the side and play a key role on AFL grand final day. He'd done it before in the 2008 premiership campaign and again
Lyon believes that this is irrelevant. ''A lot's made of that. It might be relevant to some; it's certainly not relevant to us,'' he said. ''It's not about perception, it's about action...The Adelaide Crows, they're back to back; you just get in