Scott Spits The report of Jeremy Cameron for forceful front-on contact on Adelaide Kyle's Cheney was one of the few blemishes as Greater Western Sydney notched a sixth win, broke their duck against the Crows and celebrated three wins on the trot for the first time.
Adelaide have identified a fast start as vital to success against surprise packets Greater Western Sydney.
Ashley Porter St Kilda's Nick Riewoldt has been cleared of serious damage but will remain in hospital for observation after a sickening collision with Adelaide's Brodie Smith.
Timothy Boyle After hearing this week that Adelaide Footballer Brent Reilly was planning to retire, I typed his name into Google. It led to a profile on Wikipedia. The first line of text, already amended, read: "Brent Reilly was a professional Australian Rules football player who played for the Adelaide Crows in the Australian Football League.
Ashley Porter It was the most predictable outcome in one of the most topsy-turvy seasons: that Brent Reilly would announce his retirement – and with tears.
Adelaide have lost key onballer Rory Sloane for six AFL games because of a fractured cheekbone.
Wayne Carey Imagine your team is down by five goals with seven minutes left on the clock. Do you believe that the win is still possible, or are you simply hoping for the improbable?
Port Adelaide and Adelaide close out round five with the Showdown at Adelaide Oval.
Ashley Porter After a blight on the mentality of football supporters in this city following the Alastair Clarkson incident, coaches Phil Walsh and Ken Hinkley reminded everyone what this game was supposed to be all about in the lead-up to their Showdown XXXVIII at Adelaide Oval on Sunday.
Ashley Porter Ben Hart tonight received an enormous honour by the Adelaide Football Club by being the first player inducted to their Hall of Fame.
Ruckman Sam Jacobs insists Adelaide's confidence hasn't been dented by a shock 57-point AFL loss to the Western Bulldogs.
Emma Quayle So many words could be used to describe the way the Western Bulldogs played in the first half of Sunday's game that it was little wonder most of the Adelaide players had a 'hang on, wait, what?' look about them.
Michael Gleeson Western Bulldogs coach Luke Beveridge is keenly aware the helter-skelter pace his hard-working Bulldogs are playing at the moment is unlikely to be sustainable through the whole season and they need to find a better balance and tempo in their game.