Daniher ready to attack Bombers pre-season
Essendon forward Joe Daniher has endured an injury-ravaged 2018 AFL season but the Bombers expect he’ll be fit and ready to attack pre-season training.
West Coast midfielder Dom Sheed has been in good form since replacing Andrew Gaff in the side, and he wants to help the club lock up second spot.
GWS midfield ace Josh Kelly is on track to return from a bout of concussion for Sunday’s AFL away clash with the Demons at the MCG.
Essendon Rising Star nominee Aaron Francis rightly proud of what he’s achieved since he took personal leave in February.
GWS forward Harry Himmelberg has revealed some technical tweaks are the reason behind his much-improved kicking accuracy during the past five AFL rounds.
Sydney Swans coach John Longmire will give star forward Lance Franklin until game day to prove his fitness for Saturday’s AFL crunch match with Hawthorn.
Fremantle ruckman Aaron Sandilands has been plagued by injuries during the past three seasons but he feels he still has more to offer the AFL club.
Brisbane’s Luke Hodge believes the AFL’s fines system for minor infringements has turned into a frustrating revenue-raising exercise.
Essendon have confirmed Brendon Goddard is about to play his last game for the AFL club, but he might try to continue his playing career.
Carlton midfielder Jed Lamb has been unsuccessful at the AFL tribunal, where he challenged his fine for striking Western Bulldogs star Marcus Bontempelli.
Geelong and Chris Scott made a long-term commitment to each other when they agreed to a new AFL deal that ties him to the club until the end of the 2022 season.
Melbourne midfielder Jack Viney is confident he will recover from a persistent foot injury in time to play in the Demons’ first final since 2006.
West Coast forward Jack Darling is expected to recover from concussion to face the Lions, but Josh Kennedy will be missing from the AFL again.
Geelong have signed coach Chris Scott to a new AFL contract that secures his services until at least the end of the 2022 season.
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