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Sports - AFL

Go-home factor no issue for Crows at draft

Adelaide selected two South Australian youngsters with their two picks at the AFL draft.

AFL clubs have their say on the 2017 draft

Adelaide Crows lead the chorus of clubs happy with the ALF draft picks for 2107.

Ruthless Dow joins Carlton AFL list

Carlton's No.3 AFL draft pick Paddy Dow has the ruthless approach and hunger for the contest that is set to add more spark to the Blues' on-ball division.

AFL draft picks overcome adversity

Some of the first-round AFL draft picks have overcome health and injury issues to land spots.

No.1 AFL pick title no issue for Rayner

Explosive Victorian midfielder Cameron Rayner has been backed to handle the pressure of being the No.1 AFL draft pick.

Sons of famous fathers land at AFL homes

Two sons of famous AFL fathers were claimed via the father-son rule at the draft meeting and another is almost over the line.

AFL draft double for Brayshaw family

Siblings Andrew and Hamish Brayshaw could face each other in west Australian AFL derbies after they were drafted by Fremantle and West Coast respectively.

Rayner wants to be himself not Dusty No.2

No.1 AFL draft pick Cameron Rayner wants to forge his own identity after being chosen by Brisbane rather than being compared to Richmond ace Dustin Martin.

Rayner No.1 draft pick for Brisbane

Cameron Rayner of the Lions poses during the 2017 AFL Draft. November 24, 2017

Victorian Cameron Rayner has been called upon as the overall No.1 draft pick by the Brisbane Lions at the 2017 AFL draft in Sydney.

Lions take Rayner with No.1 AFL draft pick    

Victorian midfielder Cameron Rayner has joined Brisbane as the No.1 pick at the 2017 AFL draft in Sydney.

Rayner ready for No.1 AFL pick pressure    

Brisbane will have the first pick in the AFL draft in Sydney.

AFL draft a golden opportunity to restock

Some clubs will have a very large presence in Friday night's AFL draft, while others have opted to stay largely on the sidelines.

May looks forward to captaincy in 2018

Steven May of the Suns kicks the ball during the round 23 AFL match. August 26, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia.

According to Steven May, he wasn’t ready for AFL captaincy at Gold Coast last season and the extra responsibility came in as a surprise.

Swimming boss named new AFL Magpies chief

Swimming Australia chief Mark Anderson has been chosen to lead AFL club Collingwood as their new CEO.

The 2017 AFL draft at a glance

Key points of the 2017 AFL draft.

Contenders to go No.1 at the AFL draft

The contenders to be taken first overall at Friday night's AFL draft.

Rayner set for No.1 AFL draft pick mantle

Victorian midfielder Cameron Rayner is the hot tip to be the No.1 pick at the AFL draft.

Rayner unsure if Lions will make him No.1    

Victorian midfielder Cameron Rayner is the hot tip to be the No.1 pick at Friday's AFL draft.

Essendon flag winner heads concussion suit

John Barnes, who was part of Essendon's 2000 AFL premiership-winning side, will head a potential concussion damages action against clubs and the league.

Bombers eye Lethlean for senior AFL role    

Essendon have confirmed former AFL executive Simon Lethlean is among the candidates to run their football department.

May 'wasn't ready' for AFL captaincy

Gold Coast's Steven May is tweaking his approach to AFL captaincy after admitting he hadn't been ready last season for the job.

Lynch braces for AFL free agency hysteria

Off-contract Tom Lynch knows his Gold Coast future will be a hot topic as the Suns' co-captain returns to pre-season training under new coach Stuart Dew.

AFL Commission votes to retain the bounce

The traditional centre-square bounce will be retained in the AFL despite opposition from umpires.

McLachlan bullish on AFL mid-year trades    

AFL supremo Gillon McLachlan believes it's only a matter of time before the league introduces a mid-year trade period.

Saints' McCartin poised to make his mark    

Young St Kilda forward Tim Membrey believes teammate Paddy McCartin is ready to make his mark with the Saints as they eye a return to AFL finals.

Resurgent Bombers record huge profit

Essendon have recorded a multi-million dollar profit a year after the supplements saga was behind a huge loss.

Naitanui hits track for West Coast Eagles    

West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui will play an important part in his team's premiership hopes after missing all of last season with a knee injury.

Wood to captain the Westerners again

Easton Wood of the Western Bulldogs at training. July 15, 2017

Easton Wood will captain the Western Bulldogs next year replacing the retired defender Bob Murphy in a repeat stint at the helm.

Lever disappointed with Crows' AFL fallout    

Star Melbourne recruit Jake Lever has joined AFL pre-season training ahead of schedule after his departure from Adelaide.

Pilates the secret for Dockers' Ballantyne    

Fremantle goalsneak Hayden Ballantyne was plagued by hamstring issues last year but hopes pilates will help him avoid a repeat in 2018.

Howe hopes for AFL mark of the year review    

Collingwood high-flyer Jeremy Howe is hopeful the AFL will change the judging process for its mark of the year award.

Hodge embraces AFL change of pace at Lions    

Three-time AFL premiership-winning captain Luke Hodge has trained for the first time with his new Brisbane Lions teammates.

Wood handed Bulldogs AFL captaincy again    

Easton Wood will replace retired defender Bob Murphy as captain of the Western Bulldogs next AFL season.

Old man Roughead leading AFL's Hawks    

Jarryd Roughead isn't sure what Hawthorn needs from the AFL draft on Friday but knows the club will see an injection of quality in 2018.

No return date for Hawks champ Rioli    

Hawthorn captain Jarryd Roughead says Cyril Rioli should take all the time he needs to care for his ill father and not rush back to AFL pre-season.

Rioli granted leave by Hawthorn    

Star forward Cyril Rioli has been granted compassionate level by his AFL club Hawthorn.

Ireland coach fumes at Nat Fyfe forearm    

Australia are the new International Rules champions after beating Ireland 2-0 in a hard-fought series but it wasn't without controversy.

Selwood sent off, Aussies win Rules series    

Australian star Joel Selwood has been sent off for unleashing a high bump during his team's International Rules series win over Ireland in Perth.

Magpies star Elliott to have ankle surgery    

Collingwood AFL star Jamie Elliott will undergo ankle surgery in an early pre-season blow to the Magpies.

AFL adds AFLX to 2018 pre-season

The AFL has officially added new hybrid game AFLX to the 2018 pre-season schedule.

Aussies eye International Rules sweep    

Australia can afford to lose by nine points or less against Ireland in their second International Rules clash in Perth.

Crow stalwart Thompson joins rivals Port    

Retired Adelaide Crows stalwart Scott Thompson has joined AFL rivals Port Adelaide as a development coach.

Livingstone quits AOC board for AFLW role

Nicole Livingstone has quit as an Australian Olympic Committee executive board member to take up a role as the AFL's new head of women's football.

Docker Fyfe all ears while on IRS duties    

Fremantle skipper Nat Fyfe is all ears after putting in a man-of-the-match performance in Australia's 10-point win over Ireland in Adelaide.

AFL updates off-field respect policy    

AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan admits a newly-updated respect and responsibility policy won't be the end of off-field incidents.

Magpies coach Buckley less 'overbearing'

Collingwood defender Tom Phillips has praised coach Nathan Buckley for undertaking a less overbearing approach at the start of AFL pre-season.

Pendlebury, Ryder to miss Perth Rules Test    

Australian stars Scott Pendlebury and Paddy Ryder will miss the second International Rules Test against Ireland in Perth.

No West Coast AFL interest in me: Matera    

New Fremantle AFL recruit Brandon Matera said it had been an easy decision to join the Dockers, with West Coast not showing any interest in him.

Injured Blues star Docherty to miss 2018    

Carlton star defender Sam Docherty has suffered a serious knee injury at pre-season training.

Vickery calls time on his AFL career    

Ty Vickery has announced his AFL retirement after only one season at Hawthorn.

North barbs disrespectful says Macmillan    

North Melbourne defender Jamie Macmillan and his teammates are upset about what he described as "disrespectful" criticism of the AFL club's prospects.

Cripps backs Blues' call on Gibbs to Crows    

Young Carlton star Patrick Cripps has backed the Blues' decision to trade veteran Bryce Gibbs to Adelaide, saying it opens the door to young talent.

Schwab removed as AFL umpires' boss    

Peter Schwab's stint as head of the AFL umpiring department has lasted less than a year.

Pendlebury International Rules injury- results due on Monday

Scott Pendlebury of the magpies runs with the ball during their AFL round 16 clash against the Essendon Bombers at the MCG July 8, 2017.

The condition of the injured finger of the Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury is expected to be released on Monday.

Pendlebury injured in International Rules

The results of x-rays on the injured finger of Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury are expected to be released publicly on Monday.

AFL stars hurt in International Rules win    

AFL stars Scott Pendlebury and Pearce Hanley have been injured in Australia's 10-point International Rules win against Ireland on Sunday.

Aussies wary of Irish speed in hybrid game    

Australia's International Rules coach Chris Scott says he is wary of Ireland's speed and agility in their opening International Rules fixture in Adelaide.

The rules of International Rules

The rules of International Rules at a glance

International Rules biff is over: coaches

The International Rules coaches of Australia and Ireland say the days of on-field violence in the hybrid game are well and truly over ahead of Sunday's match.

Adelaide Oval's testing weekend of sport

Adelaide Oval's head curator and his staff face the challenge of transforming the cricket ground to a football field and then back to cricket within 48 hours.

Irish illness ahead of International Rules

Some members of Ireland's International Rules squad have fallen ill ahead of Sunday's Test match against Australia in Adelaide.

Gary Ablett praises famous dad's support    

Returning hero Gary Ablett is looking forward to spending more time with his famous father now he is back in Geelong.

Former North AFL captain Swallow retires    

North Melbourne midfielder Andrew Swallow has retired from the AFL after missing out on a move to Gold Coast.

Ablett's honours at Geelong and Gold Coast    

Gary Ablett has won a host of AFL awards at Geelong and Gold Coast.

IRS goalkeeper Goddard to learn new tricks

Veteran Essendon defender Brendon Goddard will try his hand between the sticks for Australia in their International Rules Series opener.

Ablett thrilled to be back at the Cats    

Gary Ablett says he's thrilled to be back at his hometown AFL club Geelong after seven years on the Gold Coast.

Lions chairman Sharpless resigns    

After months of conflict of interest claims over the Lions' proposed training base relocation, Brisbane AFL chairman Bob Sharpless has resigned.

Liddle the new Carlton CEO in AFL

Cain Liddle has been appointed the new chief executive of AFL club Carlton.

Cox confident of more AFL action with Pies    

Collingwood ruck-forward Mason Cox is confident he and Brodie Grundy can play in the same AFL side.

Cats star Ablett drops out of IR series    

Geelong superstar Gary Ablett has withdrawn from the AFL's International Rules series.

Ex-Suns star fears for club's AFL future    

Former Gold Coast defender Campbell Brown fears for the future of his old club if they can't start to achieve on-field success in the AFL.

Mouncey opens up on AFLW rejection

Transgender footballer Hannah Mouncey, who was ruled ineligible for the AFL Women's draft, believes administrators were worried she'd get stronger.

Port throw ex-Demons co-capt AFL lifeline    

Port Adelaide have signed former Melbourne AFL co-captain Jack Trengove as a delisted free agent.

Pies top doctor has registration suspended

Collingwood says its leading physician Chris Bradshaw will not be fulfilling his duties with the AFL club while his medical registration is suspended.

Roos, Thomas go separate ways in AFL split    

North Melbourne and Lindsay Thomas have agreed to bring an end to his time at Arden Street with a year left on his contract.

AFLPA wins AFLW pay rise, eyes more in '19

The AFL Players' Association won a pay rise for the AFLW's 240 players for 2018 and is after an even better deal from 2019.

Premiership Hawk called up for IR series    

The AFL has completed the Australian squad for the upcoming International Rules series against Ireland.

Lions hope Hodge AFL trade leads to more    

Brisbane's recruitment of Luke Hodge and Charlie Cameron is a sign the Lions are heading in the right direction, coach Chris Fagan says.