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CARLTON have endured a nightmare 2018 season and now they’ve been emphatically whacked by a former premiership captain.
MELBOURNE was in complete control with victory in sight, then Geelong stormed home in one of the games of the season.
MELBOURNE midfielder Angus Brayshaw has signed a new four-year deal keeping him in the red and blue until the end of 2022.
FORMER Western Bulldogs captain Bob Murphy says Richmond VS Collingwood this weekend will be the “Grand Final preview”, adamant the two sides will meet again in the big dance. Here’s everything you need to know.
DOES Dustin Martin make the All-Australian team this year? Our AFL experts Michael Warner, Lauren Wood and Jay Clark discuss this and more in the SuperFooty Podcast. LISTEN
EDDIE McGuire has identified the AFL’s vainest commentator after a bizarre report involving the wife of a footy personality.
Chris Scott couldn’t bring himself to watch Harry Taylor kick after the siren against the Western Bulldogs. But his eyes were wide open for Zach Tuohy’s shot against Melbourne. Find out what’s next for the Cats.
HAWTHORN has reacted at selection while Carlton has boosted its line-up and Port Adelaide has confirmed Robbie Gray will play despite suffering concussion last week. SEE EVERY LINE-UP
SHOULD teams play each other twice a season? Is 17 games too few? Or have we got things just right? The 2018 Footy Fans Survey is here — and you can win tickets to the AFL Grand Final.
GARY Ablett has copped criticism for his lack of defensive intensity but as we enter the last part of the season there’s no doubt the little master will fire up. LISTEN TO THE SUPERFOOTY PODCAST
Adelaide displayed the form in its win against Geelong which propelled it to the competition’s elite last season while Port Adelaide continued to show the inconsistency which has been its Achilles heel all season, writes Chris McDermott. See his fast fives and player ratings for Round 17
HOW Rory Sloane agreeing to a five-year contract to play out his career with the Crows has changed the mood of both the players and the fans.
ADELAIDE’S AFLW team has retained its big three, with All-Australian captain Chelsea Randall re-signing with the club.
CARLTON recruit Chloe Dalton has an outstanding sports CV. She was a WNBL player then switched to Rugby Sevens where she won gold at Rio. Now, AFLW is her next challenge.