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Month: June 2019

Crow Call: Adelaide v GWS

It wouldn’t be an Adelaide Crows game in 2019 without some brain fades, an overall feeling of impending doom and some Eddie Betts magic for good measure. But the lads polished off a genuine premiership threat by defeating the GWS Giants by 21 points and a new star emerged.

Five years on: Chad Wingard’s Mark of the Year

Chad Wingard flew high in June of 2014, claiming the Mark of the Year as his now former club sat atop the AFL ladder – what has happened since?

Adelaide Oval nuffies tee off on “cheating green maggots”

Just about every footy fan in South Australia has visited the Adelaide Oval to watch their favourite side and been left scratching their head after a strange call from a vocal supporter. Some of South Australia’s finest footy nuffies were out in full voice on Saturday night as the Adelaide Crows defeated GWS by 21 points.

‘They certainly could do a lot worse than picking him in the one-day World Cup’: Klinger

COULD Callum Ferguson have added stability to Australia’s shaky World Cup batting line-up?

A message to Don: What’s the go with Bryce Gibbs?

Why do the Adelaide Crows keep dropping Bryce Gibbs?
Grady Hudd delves into the saga that has captured the footy world, after the high-priced recruit was left out of the team again this week.

Top 10: Port Adelaide players in the AFL era

Many great names have graced the field in Port Adelaide colours in the national competition and Jack Hudson has picked out his top 10.

Six ways your SuperCoach can thrive during the bye rounds

Having invested more time than is socially acceptable into his own fantasy side, Tom Staggard sheds some light on how you and your team can survive the dreaded bye rounds.

Jacob Surjan talks footy, life and 19th man saga

After growing up in Western Australia, Jacob Surjan was admired for his courage, tenacity and his bravery during his career in Port Adelaide. Now a reserves premiership coach with North Adelaide in the SANFL, he took some time to go One on One with Jack Hudson.

Laura Hodges: ‘Adelaide has always been home’

Born and raised in Adelaide, Laura Hodges has done virtually everything in her basketball career – she’s a four-time Olympian, a World Champion, and a long-time player with her home state team, Adelaide Lightning.
The SA superstar went One on One with Grady Hudd to reflect on her decorated career, life as a new mum, and her impending return to the court.