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.
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.
He grew up in an Italian family which had little idea about Australian Rules football. Now years later, George Fiacchi is a seven-time Port Adelaide premiership player, a Jack Oatey Medallist, and most recently, a Port Adelaide Hall of Famer. The silky defender went One on One with Jack Hudson to look back on his career.
Richard Cochrane was a vital cog in the Central District machine throughout its golden era in the 2000s, winning six premierships. Almost 10 years after his SANFL career ended, the hard-nut rover went One on One with Jack Hudson to reminisce about his playing days.