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.
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.
After 104 games with Fremantle, Kadina lad Cam Sutcliffe returned to South Australia in December and has joined the Port Magpies for the upcoming 2019 SANFL season. He went One on One with Jack Hudson to talk about his footy journey, and his aspirations to return to AFL level.
Growing up in Gawler just north of Adelaide, Ben Warland made his A-League debut for Adelaide United in 2015, before moving interstate at the beginning of last year to join Sydney FC. Jack Hudson went One on One with the defender to find out where he’s at with his football now.
Known to most as ‘Maxy’, Michael Klinger was a prolific run scorer during his six seasons with South Australia, winning the Neil Dansie Medal on three occasions. He went One on One with Grady Hudd to talk about his time with the Redbacks, his departure to Western Australia, and what life has been like since retiring from cricket.
Before he was drafted by St Kilda, Luke Dunstan forged his footy skills in the Clare Valley – around two hours north of Adelaide. He went One on One with Tom Staggard to talk about his journey so far, and what lies ahead for the 2019 AFL season.