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Year: 2019

SANFL spirit is alive and well

Glenelg defeated Port Adelaide in Sunday’s SANFL grand final at Adelaide Oval, and the spirit of state football was alive and well.

No AA, no worries: Boak’s unique Brownlow bid

ONLY three players in history have won the AFL’s most coveted individual award, the Brownlow Medal, but missed out on All Australian selection in the same year – but could that list grow to four in 2019?

Chris Scott: Geelong’s most polarising figure

AFTER finishing on top of the ladder, Geelong was knocked out of the premiership race by Richmond on Friday night. The loss has divided Cats fans, with many taking aim at Chris Scott for some of his questionable coaching decisions during the 2019 finals campaign. But is their frustration justified?

It’s Port Adelaide against the world…again

This Sunday, Port Adelaide will face Glenelg for the SANFL premiership, and like it was 29 years ago, it will be the Magpies against everyone else.

Season 2019 is still in Port Adelaide’s hands

A big win over Sydney has given Port Adelaide control of its own destiny heading in to the final two rounds of the AFL home and away season.

5 Things Actually Wrong With The AFL

MORE access to clubs? 17-game home and away season? Better home game theatrics? Here’s five things that can help improve the viewing standard of AFL.

Maybe I went too early on calling Port Adelaide’s season over

RIGHTO Port fans, put your hand in the air if at any time on Saturday you swore and shook your head in amongst sentences such as “Where has this been?” and “Why can’t we do this every week?”

Edgbaston 2005: My earliest Ashes memory

WITH Australia taking on England at Edgbaston at the moment for the first Ashes Test of 2019, watching the first day’s play really did bring back one of my childhood earliest childhood Ashes memories.

The South Australian selection merry-go-round

What is going on at the Crows and the Power?