Jack Hudson

AFL

One on One with: Matthew Primus

He’s a dual All-Australian, a former Port Adelaide captain and a member of the final Fitzroy Football Club AFL side.
Now, Matthew Primus is coaching part-time with the Southport Sharks in Queensland, and he went One on One with Jack Hudson.

One on One with: Marcelo Carrusca

Having already represented Argentina on the international stage at under 20 level, Marcelo Carrusca became a fan favourite at Adelaide United. The talented attacking midfielder would then go on to win a FFA Cup and a premiership with the Reds. Having recently announced his retirement from football, he went One on One with Jack Hudson.

SA Sports Scene: SANFL Round 5 – Central District v Adelaide

All the action from the round five SANFL clash between Central District and Adelaide at X Convenience Oval – captured by Jack Hudson.

AFL

One on One with: Sam Butler

After initially starting out with soccer, Sam Butler went on to become a premiership player with the West Coast Eagles. After an injury riddled career and over 150 games, the reliable defender went One on One with Jack Hudson.

One on One with: Jordan McArdle

Jordan McArdle grew up surrounded by baseball. Now, he represents his home state with the Adelaide Bite and has had experience playing in the United States. He went One on One with Jack Hudson to talk about his journey.

One on One with: Brett Eddy

Brett Eddy grew up in Victoria but became a two-time Ken Farmer Medallist in the SANFL with South Adelaide and later played for Port Adelaide in the AFL. Now back in his home state, Eddy is playing with Vermont in the EFL, and the star goal-kicker went One on One with Jack Hudson.

One on One with: Jono Beech

Jono Beech is one of the most resilient players in Australian Rules football. After he was looked over eight times in the AFL draft, he was finally given a chance by the Adelaide Crows at 27-years-old. Now back at West Adelaide, he went One on One with Jack Hudson.

One on One with: Cassio

After playing with one of Brazil’s most famous clubs, Cassio made the move to Adelaide United in the A-League. He ended his career as a two-time Club Champion and remains forever a Reds favourite. The surging left back went One on One with Jack Hudson.

One on One with: Ebony Marinoff

Ebony Marinoff was drafted into the inaugural season of the AFLW in 2017 as an 18-year-old. Now, she is an All-Australian, a premiership player with the Adelaide Crows and a Rising Star winner. She went One on One with Jack Hudson ahead of Sunday’s Preliminary Final.