Adelaide Crows

Round one 2017 AFL fixture announced

Bombers v Hawks

The first round fixture of the 2017 AFL season has been released, with Essendon's banned players to return on Saturday night against Hawthorn at the MCG.

Carlton valued Gibbs more than Adelaide: McKay

Over to you: Cartlon's Bryce Gibbs may be on the move.

Carlton football manager Andrew McKay has hit back at Adelaide, saying that the Blues "obviously" value Bryce Gibbs more than the Crows after a proposed trade deal for the star midfielder fell through on Thursday.

AFL Women's competition national draft

AFL Women's League marquee players.

Carlton had first choice from the Victorian players in the AFL Women's national draft on Wednesday and the Blues chose Bianca Jakobsson, a dominant half-forward who plays for Cranbourne.

Vickery takes Hawthorn offer

Trading places: Tyrone Vickery of Richmond wants to be a Hawk next year.

A restricted free agent, former top 10 draft pick Ty Vickery has told Richmond he has a two-year contract offer worth close to $500,000 a year from Hawthorn.

Brownlow 2016: As it happened

Fremantle's Nat Fyfe wins the 2015 Brownlow Medal.

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield capped a brilliant first season with his new club by taking out the game's highest individual honour and breaking a record in doing so.

Danger finds his safe space at Cats

Top Cat: Patrick Dangerfield.

Growing up, Patty Dangerfield loved watching Wayne Carey. Though different in many ways, the Cats star is now making the same sort of imperious mark on the game.