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Embrace the hype: Jenkins

ADELAIDE forward Josh Jenkins has implored his teammates to “live in the real world” and embrace the hype of Friday night’s AFL blockbuster against Geelong. Jenkins says the fixture between his ladder-leading Crows and the third-placed Cats should be hyped to the hilt. “Just live in the real world – it’s going...

Match Review Panel – Round 10

THE AFL’s plan to crackdown on punching has hasn’t happened this week, with the Match Review Panel only handing out fines for weekend incidents. Sydney young gun Zak Jones has escaped with a $1500 fine for striking Hawthorn’s Luke Breust during the third quarter of Friday night’s clash at the SCG. The...

Drug test sanctions for Tigers and Power

RICHMOND and Port Adelaide have been fined by the AFL for failing to advise drug testers of player whereabouts. The Tigers have been fined $5000 after cancelling a scheduled training session and not advising the AFL or the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA). And Port have copped a $2000 fine for not immediately...

AFL Changes – Round 10

THE Western Bulldogs have regained Jake Stringer from injury and dropped Travis Cloke ahead of Saturday’s AFL clash with St Kilda. The Saints suffered a blow, losing former skipper Nick Riewoldt to a knee injury, while Luke Dunstan was dropped, with Shane Savage and Darren Minchington called up for the Etihad...

Greaves on familiar ground

  LITTLE did Aaron Greaves know when he departed Simonds Stadium following Melbourne’s 68-point loss to Geelong in the middle of the 2013 season his next visit to the venue would come four years later as part of Port Adelaide’s coaching staff. The former Geelong Falcons, Leopold and St Joseph’s coach, who...

More midfield time for Power star

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley forecasts more midfield time for linchpin Robbie Gray as his AFL club seeks to end a decade-long hoodoo in Geelong. Hinkley says Gray will be among a batch of players asked to take up a slack caused by the loss of injured Chad Wingard for Thursday...