Gold Coast Suns
Emma Quayle Harley Bennell needs support from people who understand him, not people who are looking to lecture him.
Samantha Lane The AFL's revised illicit drugs policy could resemble the recently implemented new protocols in Australian cricket: a two strikes set-up that does not mandate public release of results and also features regular hair tests replacing urine sampling.
Samantha Lane Harley Bennell is "going through hell" since the publication of photographs where the Gold Coast footballer appears to be using illicit drugs, AFL Players Association boss Paul Marsh says.
Ronny Lerner BeyondBlue chairman Jeff Kennett says the AFL's three-strikes drugs policy is "totally out of touch with reality".
Staff Reporters Photographs appearing to show Gold Coast Suns player Harley Bennell with lines of illicit drugs have surfaced.
Jon Pierik The AFL Players Association is preparing for an emergency meeting with the Gold Coast Suns players on Thursday as it seeks a way of helping those impacted by the cocaine scandal.
Jon Pierik AFL and Gold Coast Suns investigators are set to urge under-siege players to break their bond of mateship when interrogated over drug allegations.
Jesse Hogan Sydney will only have to cope without Lance Franklin and Kurt Tippett for Thursday's match at home to Port Adelaide after rapidly accepting the one-match bans offered to them by the match review panel for their weekend indiscretions.
Beth Newman Photos have emerged of a post-season golfing trip on which former Gold Coast Sun Karmichael Hunt alleged cocaine was used by a number of players.
Jesse Hogan Gold Coast champion Gary Ablett says he is all but certain of making his long-awaited return to playing this weekend as he insisted he did not make a unilateral decision to miss one more week with a shoulder injury against the wishes of the club's coaches and medical staff.