A Port Adelaide and Collingwood champion, and a father to the best female footballer in the country, Greg Phillips has graced our game in more ways than one. He went One on One with Jack Hudson.
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.
It took 11 years, numerous state premierships and best & fairests, but at 28-years-old Ian Callinan was drafted to the AFL. The Tasmanian made an instant impact in the SANFL with Central District and then on the big stage with the Adelaide Crows. He went One on One with Jack Hudson to reflect on his career.
Sturt’s Danyle Pearce had a lethal left foot and was the first winner of the AFL Rising Star award to come off the Rookie List. After 258 games with Port Adelaide and Fremantle, Pearce returned has returned to the Double Blues to finish off his playing days. He went One on One with Jack Hudson.
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.
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.
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 went One on One with Jack Hudson to talk all things footy.
Armed with four years of state league football experience, 23-year-old Callum Wilkie hopes he can make an immediate impact at the top level with St Kilda. He went One on One with Tom Staggard to talk about last season’s premiership success at North Adelaide, his move to Victoria and how he plans to crack into the Saints’ best 22 in 2019.