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Tigers to help Martin handle taggers

THE AFL tribunal may have come down in his favour but Richmonadmitsit Dustin Martin still needs some help to deal with the scourge of opposition taggers. Martin will miss Saturday’s clash with Port Adelaide but is free to face Sydney the following week after successfully having his two-game ban for striking...

Brennan makes Tiger switch

RICHMOND made its first big AFLW move, signing star forward Katie Brennan away from the Western Bulldogs. The Tigers, who will enter the competition in 2020, announced Brennan will join the club on a two-year deal on Tuesday. One of the competition’s original marquees for the debut season in 2017, Brennan captained...

Majak making solid strides

MAJAK Daw continues to surprise North Melbourne medical staff as the AFL defender makes good progress with the recovery from his serious injuries. While there is no guarantee that Daw will play Australian Rules at any level this year, he has achieved a major milestone. The 28-year-old has progressed from the treadmill...

Martin set to miss a fortnight

DUSTIN Martin will miss Richmond’s matches against Port Adelaide and Sydney after being hit with a two-match AFL suspension for a high elbow. Martin struck GWS defender Adam Kennedy in an off-the-ball incident in Saturday’s loss, and the star midfielder could yet receive another penalty for making an unsporting gesture in...

Fyfe concussion mars Dockers’ win

FREMANTLE skipper Nat Fyfe has copped a sickening concussion as the Dockers overcame a late scare to beat St Kilda by five points in their AFL clash at Optus Stadium. The Dockers ended up holding off the visitors for a 11.5 (71) to 9.12 (66) victory on Sunday. Fremantle initially looked set...

Hawks leave Roos winless

LUKE Breust has bagged five goals and Chad Wingard introduced himself to Hawthorn fans with three majors in a scrappy 16-point win over North Melbourne at the MCG. The Hawks overcame a slow start to record a 13.9 (87) to 10.11 (71) win in front of 36,174 fans on Sunday that...

Consecutive wins for the Suns

GOLD Coast are the AFL’s cardiac kids, beating the Western Bulldogs by six points on Sunday at Marvel Stadium. The 10.12 (73) to 9.14 (68) win is the third-straight Suns game decided by a goal or less. They lost to St Kilda by one point in round one and beat Fremantle last...