Curse returns as Cats claim classic

GEELONG overrun arch-rivals Hawthorn with a big final quarter burst to claim a classic Easter Monday victory at the MCG.

Ticket policy slammed after backflip

GEELONG and Hawthorn members slam the AFL’s controversial ticketing policy after it was changed at the last-minute on Monday.

Live: Geelong v Hawthorn

LIVE COVERAGE: Geelong take on reigning premiers and arch-rivals Hawthorn in an Easter Monday blockbuster at the MCG.

Hamstrung Judd to miss five

CARLTON’S breakthrough win has been soured by a triple injury blow headlined by superstar Chris Judd who is set to miss five weeks.

Round 5: If you don’t mind, umpire!

RICHMOND star Dustin Martin denied, Port Adelaide midfielder Hamish Hartlett pinches one and more video review madness.

Kelly’s gang craves big test

FIVE games ago Geelong lost to Hawthorn by five points in a final of some quality, just another chapter in a rivalry that seems to push participants to their respective zeniths.

Puopolo still getting his hands dirty

A FRACTURED back and a full-time job more demanding than a game football were just a couple of the reasons why Paul Puopolo believed his AFL dream would never eventuate.

Things looking a little rosier for Daisy

CARLTON recruit Dale Thomas says the Blues will take real confidence from their first win of the season after a week of headlines at Visy Park.

How Geelong has stayed at the top

GEELONG has rebuilt by stealth, remaining a flag contender while saying farewell to a team of premiership players.

No stars for comedy goal review

WATCH: THE AFL’S goal review system has plunged to new lows after farcical scenes at the MCG.

Douglas bump to come under scrutiny

CROWS midfielder Richard Douglas is the latest player facing the wrath of the AFL match review panel after his bump on Giant Callan Ward.

LIVE: Blues off to a flyer

BLUES respond to Malthouse plea with opening blitz as Melbourne tries to run down Gold Coast. FOLLOW LIVE

Dangerfield inspires Crows’ rout

PATRICK Dangerfield kicked five goals in Adelaide’s 65-point trouncing of GWS in Sunday’s AFL clash at the Adelaide Oval.

Good Friday needs to be big: Eddie

COLLINGWOOD president Eddie McGuire has implored the AFL to fixture two powerhouse teams if it agrees to play on Good Friday next year.

Hawks sweat on Mitchell injury

HAWTHORN is sweating on the fitness of playmaker Sam Mitchell ahead of the Easter Monday AFL blockbuster against Geelong.

Douglas sent straight to tribunal

ADELAIDE’S Richard Douglas faces lengthy ban for bump while Darren Glass, Scott Thompson offered one-week suspensions.

Lions hopeful of Hanley return

THE wounded Brisbane Lions are optimistic Pearce Hanley will join Daniel Merrett as key reinforcements against St Kilda.

Goal line cameras to be installed

THE AFL will finally install goal line cameras at two Melbourne stadiums from mid-season following criticism of the Melbourne-Gold Coast blunder.

The Barometer: Round 6

WE take a look at all the injuries and possible ins and outs for your club ahead of a big Round 6 of AFL football.

The Tackle: Show Saints respect

SENSATIONAL St Kilda, Carlton’s united front and Mark Robinson’s Likes, Dislikes and Top Tweets from Round 5. WARNING: Contains graphic image.

That’s more

JOSH Kennedy has warned his teammates their season-reviving win over Fremantle will mean nothing if they can’t follow it up with a similar effort against Melbourne on Saturday.

Judd injury won’t leave Blues hamstrung

CARLTON will have to resurrect its finals hopes without superstar Chris Judd after hurting his hamstring in the Blues’ first win of the season.

No sign of blues in spirited Carlton

WITH Carlton’s season in damage control at 0-4, and players’ careers seemingly on a knife’s edge, they came out wanting to make a statement.

United Blues limp to first win

CARLTON’S 28-point win over Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium was soured by a hamstring injury to veteran Chris Judd.

Demon fight can’t stop Ablett

GOLD Coast chalked up its third win of the season with an unconvincing eight-point win against Melbourne.

Now to make Cats pay: Clarkson

THE Kennett Curse might be broken, but Alastair Clarkson has plans to keep the pain on Geelong after suffering five years of torture.

Shank cost Cats 2008 premiership: Mooney

CAMERON Mooney wanted to start a “blue” at halftime of the 2008 Grand Final to rattle Hawthorn, but had his plan thwarted by an atrocious shot at goal.

LIVE: Dees hanging in against Suns

MELBOURNE and the Gold Coast are locked in a tight tussle at the MCG on Easter Sunday. FOLLOW IT LIVE

Motlop’s successful return to footy

GEELONG star Steven Motlop made a successful return to football last night, kicking a goal in Geelong’s VFL loss to Box Hill.

Fisher will fly with Saints

SAM Fisher could boost St Kilda in New Zealand but David Armitage is still in hospital with knee gash.

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