Bomber Carlisle likely to miss first final

ESSENDON coach Mark Thompson has sought clarity over Jake Carlisle’s injury, concerned whether he can recover in time to play in the finals.

Goldsack poised to fly Magpies’ nest

FREE agent Tyson Goldsack will reportedly leave Collingwood for a lucrative three-year offer from Port Adelaide.

AFL: Brave Hunt a ‘huge success’

GILLON McLachlan has come under fire for his “over the top” tribute to Karmichael Hunt from AFL legends Leigh Matthews and Michael Voss.

Seven deadly signs of a Richmond win

FORMER Hawthorn champion and Fox Footy expert Dermott Brereton lists seven things that need to go Richmond’s way for it to beat Sydney

Hunt, Folau well worth it: GWS chief

KARMICHAEL Hunt and Israel Folau were worth the huge investment according to the man who poached the stars from rugby league.

Port fans powered by INXS

PORT Adelaide has triumphed in its bid to play its unofficial theme song Never Tear Us Apart before a home final next month.

What for, ump? Confusion over rules

AFL players are confused about the holding the ball and in the back rule interpretations, according to the latest AFLPA player survey.

AFL saw ASADA’s draft report

AFL integrity chief Brett Clothier was given at times unsupervised access to a draft of ASADA’s investigation report.

Insider: Trengove is Port’s barometer

NO Trengove, no Port Adelaide. Sounds dramatic but the statistics point to just that. He has proved to be a winner in the Ken Hinkley era.

Players want State-of-Origin footy

AFL players overwhelmingly support a revival of representative footy, but their wishes will again be rebuffed by the league. See the full player survey results.

Game On: Big change follows Carlile

ALIPATE Carlile is now the old master of Port Adelaide’s defence. He reaches 150 AFL games on Saturday, with no comparison to when it began.

Dimma backs Rance for Buddy battle

RICHMOND coach Damien Hardwick is backing his defence to cover Sydney’s forwards and Alex Rance in his battle with star goalkicker Lance Franklin.

Lions’ twin towers to stand tall in Cats clash

BRISBANE ruckman Matthew Leuenberger says he has missed far too much football in his AFL career to knock back the chance to take on Geelong.

SuperCoach Formguide: Grand Final edition

IT’S SuperCoach Grand Final weekend and we look at all-important captain choices and which bench players could take you to glory.

Ball calls time on decorated career

NO.2 draft pick, St Kilda captain, Collingwood premiership player. Midfielder Luke Ball has called time on his decorated career.

Why your club will play finals

EVERYONE has written off Collingwood, but Magpie supporters should dare to dream. And so should Tiger fans. And the Eagles and Crows. Here’s why.

Bomber: Tom’s playing for his finals spot

ESSENDON coach Mark Thompson says Tom Bellchambers must take his chance against Carlton despite “cow of a season” and earn his finals’ spot.

Savour what makes our game great

A GAPING absence will soon be acutely felt by the football world, so the last fling is to be cherished by player and fan alike.

Huddo’s Tips: Swans, but only just

FOX Footy commentator Anthony Hudson runs a rule over the Round 23 match-ups to find his winners.

Swans play it safe with Kennedy, McGlynn

RICHMOND’S chances of making consecutive finals appearances for the first time since 1975 have been given a massive boost.

Waite likely to walk from Blues

CARLTON’S hopes of keeping Jarrad Waite are slipping away as he considers following the path blazed by Norm Smith medallist Brian Lake.

Old, new Blues give renewed hope

ITS ladder position may be one of mediocrity, yet Carlton believes the recommitment of four players highlights its basis for optimism for 2015.

Warrior Ball a fighter to the end

NOT everyone gets to decided when they retire. Not even Luke Ball. After 220 games, the premiership player is hanging up his boots. Reluctantly.

Cats ‘manage’ stars, no Kennedy for Swans

GEELONG and North Melbourne decide to rest key stars ahead of the finals, Dyson Heppell back but Josh Kennedy misses again. ROUND 23 TEAMS

Hawks-Cats to kick off bumper finals

RIVALS Hawthorn and Geelong will kick off what the AFL hopes is a bumper finals series with a Friday night MCG spectacular.

Is Geelong foxing or fading?

SATURDAY night’s collapse to Hawthorn highlighted Geelong’s concerning second-half form this season, particularly in the past two months.

Cats ‘manage’ stars, still no JPK

GEELONG and North Melbourne decide to rest key stars ahead of the finals while Josh Kennedy misses again. ROUND 23 TEAMS

Live: AFL Round 23 teams

SUPERCOACH ADVICE: We bring you the final round teams as they drop plus get the best SuperCoach advice for Grand Final weekend.

O’Keefe bound for coaching stint

A COACHING career beckons for departing Swans champion Ryan O’Keefe, who also hopes to continue playing at another club next year.

The All-Australian midfield conundrum

NARROWING down the midfield is the hardest job of an All-Australian selector. Narrowing it down this year seems impossible. HAVE YOUR SAY

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