Victorian power clubs restart AFL season
Heavyweight Victorian clubs will meet in consecutive blockbusters to restart the 2020 AFL season in a new fixture set to be confirmed by the league on Monday.
Sydney will have to get used to game-day interstate travel throughout this AFL season, with Luke Parker keen to see what impact the change has on veterans.
Joel Selwood has thrown his weight behind Geelong’s push to play all their home games during the coronavirus-hit AFL season at their Kardinia Park base.
The first phase of fixtures for the AFL season restart could be released as soon as Monday with Richmond and Collingwood tipped to lock horns on June 11.
Brisbane’s win in the 2003 grand final cemented their place in AFL history as one of the competition’s great teams.
West Coast have asked for permission to use extra football staff to ease the burden of their temporary relocation to Queensland when the AFL season restarts.
Geelong star Jack Steven has reportedly been interviewed by police over the events surrounding the stab wound he suffered last weekend.
Sydney Swans coach John Longmire and GWS chief executive Dave Matthews say the AFL should continue to focus on growing the game in non-traditional markets.
Luke Beveridge says small-sided practice matches or training sessions between clubs would need to happen on AFL game day given cuts to football departments.
With the AFL on the brink of a restart, Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge has described the sadness of standing down staff, including premiership hero Dale Morris.
Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury would like to see an overhaul of the AFL pre-season and finals series to revamp the sport.
Alastair Clarkson says Hawthorn will balance minimising injuries with preparing their players for the AFL season restart when full contact training resumes.
Geelong great Steve Johnson has Sydney forward Will Hayward back on track and kicking straight again after an injury-hit 2019 AFL campaign.
The Paddle Vessel Amphibious sank in the Murray on Saturday evening.
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal crash which occurred in Kyabram this morning.
Kyabram District Health Services confirmed on Tuesday night that two staff members have tested positive to COVID-19.