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Dan Lonergan

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About

Since beginning as a sports commentator and writer with the ABC in the 90s, Dan Lonergan has covered AFL grand finals, Davis Cup and Australian Open finals, and the Olympic Games. He joins The Roar as one of Australia's premier AFL broadcasters in the country and can still be found calling as an ABC Grandstand Sports Broadcaster.

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Is time running out for Lyon’s premiership?

Is time running out for Lyon's premiership?

1 day ago

Ross Lyon has an outstanding win/loss record in home-and-away football and has won his fair share of finals, with both St Kilda and Fremantle. However his resumé is incomplete without a flag. As coach of both the Saints and the Dockers he come close in the big one, and although Fremantle are still well in […]

Bomber Thompson has Essendon soaring

Bomber Thompson has Essendon soaring

14 Jul 2014

Although the supplements scandal continues to hang around, Essendon’s 2014 campaign appears on track. After that terrible one-point loss to Melbourne, when the supplements court case was gearing up, it appeared the Dons had ended any chance of being part of September action. Sides above them like Collingwood and the Gold Coast were winning, and […]

Which North Melbourne will turn up?

Which North Melbourne will turn up?

7 Jul 2014

In a round where the game’s current best player, Gary Ablett, dislocated his shoulder, putting Brownlow betting into a state of flux, North Melbourne again showed their best is good enough to challenge. The Kangaroos were coming off a disaster when they lost to bottom-four team Brisbane at the Gabba, where their mental fibre in […]

Sunday night footy? No thanks

Sunday night footy? No thanks

2 Jul 2014

The major talking points on the field after Round 15 is that the battle for the eight is still well and truly alive with eight rounds remaining, which is fantasic news. North Melbourne’s embarrasssing loss to Brisbane at the Gabba could be the difference between making and missing out on the finals. Meanwhile Adelaide had […]

Jonathan Brown: A remarkable career

Jonathan Brown: A remarkable career

25 Jun 2014

After yet another head collision, Jonathan Brown has decided to called time on a magnificent career. It’s the right decision when you consider the two serious facial injuries he suffered a few years ago and the fact he has a young family. But it indicates the courage and persistence of Browny that he thought long […]

Good Friday footy is coming, but do we need it?

Good Friday footy is coming, but do we need it?

17 Jun 2014

With a change of CEO at the AFL it was always likely that Good Friday footy would be played. Andrew Demetriou always opposed it, but his successor Gillon McLachlan, who officially took over earlier this month, has seemed to be more in favour of playing AFL on the holiest and most religious day of the […]

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