Port, Geelong lead All Australian nominees

AFL pacesetters Port Adelaide and Geelong each have five nominations for the All Australian side, the most of any clubs. The AFL has released the 40-man squad for the ceremonial team which will be announced on Thursday. Table-toppers Port…

Murphy, Casboult among Blues’ re-signings

Former Carlton skipper Marc Murphy and veteran tall Levi Casboult are among 10 players to recommit to the Blues beyond this AFL season. Murphy, Casboult and midfielder Ed Curnow have all signed one-year deals, with 285-gamer Murphy to enter…

Yeo blow as Eagles welcome back stars

Josh Kennedy and Luke Shuey are among a raft of stars set to return for West Coast’s elimination final against Collingwood next week, but gun midfielder Elliot Yeo faces a battle to play again this year. Kennedy injured his…

A guide to how the AFL finalists shape up

FORM GUIDE FOR THE AFL FINALS * PORT ADELAIDE First (14 wins, 3 losses, 136.4%) Premierships: 1 (2004) Finals: 23 (11 wins, 12 losses) Coach Ken Hinkley’s finals record: 3 wins, 3 losses, 0 premierships Summary: Seventh team in…

Dangerous Power find more avenues to goal

Port Adelaide debunked the theory that they can’t beat good sides without Charlie Dixon firing and sealed the AFL minor premiership in the process. In the Power’s three losses this season, leading goal kicker Dixon has managed only one…

Pies face tough task in AFL finals

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley concedes his side needs to show significant improvement if it is to advance past the first week of the AFL finals series. A daunting elimination final looms for the Magpies against West Coast in Perth…

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