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Sebastian Costanzo Carlton coach Mick Malthouse says Lachie Henderson's form in attack means Jarrad Waite might play in defence when he makes his return from a knee injury. Waite, who has been the Blues' main forward target when available this season,
Blues chief executive Greg Swann said heading into last week's clash against Collingwood there would be a "fairly radical" change to the Carlton list at the end of the season, and he would have interest in securing the top pick should the Giants be
Waite, who has kicked 18 goals in 11 games in 2013, was replaced by substitute player Dennis Armfield at the 25-minute mark of the first term and Waite will take no further part in the game.
AN apologetic Justin Koschitzke has spoken out in a bid to preserve his reputation as a ball player. The St Kilda big man said today he doesn't want to be remembered for the clash that resulted in a two-game suspension. The 30-year-old told the
Injured Magpies onballer Dayne Beams went on Twitter to criticise Koschitzke, calling it "fairly weak". The originaly penalty was three matches, but Koschitzke can reduce it to two with an early plea. Carlton key forward Jarrad Waite received a two-
Dees looked to be getting away with it, but a spoil by Garlett caused the turnover, before he cleaned up Waite sloppy kick and finished off on the run...Carlton 0.0 (0) Melbourne 0.0 (0) Melbourne has won the free in the middle through Nathan Jones
Naitanui, whose start to the year has been delayed following off-season groin surgery, has been locked into the Eagles' 22 to play the Western Bulldogs at Patersons Stadium. And Waite, who has been gaining match fitness in the reserves following a
That wait, of course, has been for Jarrad Waite, the key forward who is a crucial cog to Carlton's finals hopes. That wait will end on Sunday when Waite resumes in the VFL, having recovered from a calf injury which derailed a promising pre-season.
West Coast ruckman Callum Sinclair has revealed how some sound advice from Brownlow medallist Gerard Healy helped him achieve his AFL dream. Sinclair was left despondent after being overlooked by AFL clubs three years in a row. Several clubs were
Pat Scala The edge-of-seat outcome on Thursday night, while irritating for the Blues, wasn't a case of paradise lost for Carlton...It had been said before the game that the Tigers needed to finally win one of these over-hyped round ones and begin