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Six more for Darcy

STAR Collingwood defender Darcy Moore is off the market after signing a contract extension to remain at the AFL club until the end of 2028. Set to be a Magpie for life, 26-year-old Moore said he was excited to be a part of Collingwood’s future. “I’m glad to come to an arrangement...

Hinkley feels frustration

PORT Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley isn’t surprised the knives are out. But he’s not hurt by some Port fans calling for his sacking after a winless three rounds to open the AFL season. “When you have been in this game as long as I have, is almost the expectation for me, to...

Selwood to miss Lions clash

GEELONG will rest record-breaking captain Joel Selwood from the AFL clash with Brisbane in Round 4 under their ongoing rotation policy. The Cats, who host the Lions on Friday night, have made no secret they are attempting to manage certain players’ workloads over the full season in pursuit of a premiership. They...

Star Lion named AFLW’s best

Brisbane star Emily Bates has claimed the AFLW’s highest honour, beating Adelaide’s Anne Hatchard to the league’s best and fairest by one vote. The star Lion had already claimed the AFL Coaches’ Association player-of-the- year award and became the first Brisbane player to clinch the best and fairest. Hatchard and Bates were...

Pies accept De Goey ban

COLLINGWOOD star Jordan De Goey is out of Saturday’s AFL match against West Coast after the Magpies accepted his one-game ban. De Goey was suspended for his dangerous tackle on Geelong onballer Patrick Dangerfield. De Goey grabbed Dangerfield and dumped the Geelong match-winner into the ground early in the final quarter of...

King’s late show as Saints roll Tigers

HELD goalless for three quarters, Max King has exploded with four goals to help St Kilda fight back from 25 points down to beat Richmond by 33. After Hugo Ralphsmith put the Tigers ahead by more than four goals midway through the third term, Richmond looked set for a strong win...

Blues stay unbeaten after holding off Hawks

CARLTON has resisted Hawthorn’s huge fightback in a thrilling one-point win that extended their unbeaten start to the AFL season under new coach Michael Voss. A blistering seven-goal opening term saw the Blues establish a 40-point margin before the Hawks dragged themselves off the canvas, hitting the front when Jack Gunston...