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The teams for Round 6 of the 2017 AFL season have been released – check out all the ins and outs for your club below.
Sydney coach John Longmire is not used to missing out on September football and is not about to declare the current Swans’ campaign a lost cause.
This 2017 hasn’t started the way many of us thought it would.
Prized recruit Jaeger O’Meara is set to boost Hawthorn against St Kilda on Saturday having overcome a niggling injury to his troublesome knee.
Western Bulldogs speedster Jason Johannisen has renewed contract talks with the reigning premiers after a scintillating start to the AFL season.
Collingwood are off to another languid start, with the Pies a dropped Kieren Jack chest mark away from an 0-5 start to the 2017 season.
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Round 6 is here, seemingly only moments after Round 5 came to an end, but who’s complaining? Time for this week’s edition of our AFL expert tips.
AFL premiership coach Mark Thompson has a basic warning for Nathan Buckley – the Collingwood players will save or doom you.
For the first time in 10 years, Sydney will go in to an AFL game without either Kieren Jack or Jarrad McVeigh.
Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley admits skipper Scott Pendlebury must find form if the Magpies are to overcome their AFL slump.
The Team Who Shall Not Be Named. No, not the character from that juggernaut literary series and blockbuster movie franchise. Although today we will talk about a juggernaut, and depending on who you ask, an entity some consider just as evil.
A little bit later than usual, the footy for the week is finito. On Sunday night I gave you eight quick takes from the round up to that point, and now I’m back with five more.
The Essendon Bombers have defeated a gallant but inaccurate Collingwood Magpies outfit in the ANZAC Day Match that had all the obligatory solemnity, excitement and drama you’d expect.
Arguably the biggest game on the AFL calendar bar only the grand final, the Bombers-Pies Anzac Day clash has history and tradition written all over it.
The Essendon Bombers and the Collingwood Magpies will meet at the MCG for the 23rd edition of the annual Anzac Day clash this afternoon, both of them a little behind where they would like to be at the moment.
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A replay of what many considered the best game of 2016 is finally upon us as the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs square off in a Friday night blockbuster. Join The Roar from 7:50 pm tonight for live scores and commentary.
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Kurt Mutimer is set to become the 11th player to be handed their AFL debut by Adam Simpson since he took over as West Coast coach four seasons ago.
Throughout the last few seasons, I’ve found myself falling out of love with the AFL. It’s something I never ever thought would happen.
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Some unbelievable performances from some of the best names in the game headline Round 5’s Team of the Week from a massive five day feast of football.
It seems weeks ago that Port Adelaide crushed Carlton, but apparently it was part of the same round as Tuesday’s Anzac Day clash.
There’s always a sense of excitement when game day comes around. But there’s always a crucial decision to make – to go to the game or watch on TV.
My son wanted to watch some soccer on Saturday (we’re American, can you tell?), so we turned on the English Premier League. West Ham United versus Everton. To say the game was boring is to insult paint drying. Nil-nil, and even that overstates the scoring chances the two teams created.
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On Friday night, Canberra’s Manuka Oval will host the GWS Giants for a clash against last year’s AFL premiers the Western Bulldogs. As a result, the replay of last year’s exciting preliminary final will be held at one of the AFL’s most inadequate stadiums.
If you thought Round 5 was big, then think again because Round 6 promises to be massive.
Match result: The Essendon Bombers have defeated a gallant but inaccurate Collingwood Magpies outfit in the ANZAC Day Match that had all the obligatory solemnity, excitement and drama you’d expect.
‘Winning is not the most important thing, it’s everything’.
Previously, I discussed how Adelaide’s recruits and draftees are going. In today’s article, I am moving on to a look in at how the Brisbane Lions recruits and draftees are travelling five rounds into 2017.
If 2016 was a unique season for the Essendon Bombers, 2017 will be just as bizarre.
Match result: The Tigers have run over the top of a tiring Melbourne to maintain their unbeaten start to the season, helped in no small part by a six-goal haul to Jack Riewoldt.
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For the three decades between 1982 and 2011, the Sydney Swans were the only side in New South Wales. For most Australian rules followers in the state they were the side they supported.
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Match result: A spirited Hawthorn Hawks team finally recorded their first win of the season, defeating a very poor West Coast Eagles by 51 points at MCG.
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