Emma Quayle joined The Age as a cadet journalist in 1999 and has been covering football since 2001. She has won awards from the Australian Football Media Association and AFL Players Association for her feature writing, and specialised for many years in covering junior football and the AFL draft. Emma's two books - The Draft and Nine Lives (the story of former Essendon wingman Adam Ramanauskas' battle with cancer) - were published in 2008 and 2010.
Emma Quayle Adam Goodes is closing on a return to the Sydney side, almost nine months after his last game.
Emma Quayle The AFL's indigenous players' hope to enhance the value of their players camp by holding it once a season.
Emma Quayle Brendan Whitecross is on the cusp of rejoining the Hawthorn team, almost 10 months after he ruptured his knee in last year's qualifying final.
Emma Quayle Defender has overcome lower back complaint that kept him out of Sydney game.
Emma Quayle and Stathi Paxinos The Collingwood board and coach Nathan Buckley have expressed support for president Eddie McGuire, who believes his efforts to make amends with Adam Goodes will see him avoid sanction for comments...
Emma Quayle Lance Franklin's eventful week has continued, with Hawthorn's uncontracted forward to miss Friday night's All-Stars match with a calf injury.
Emma Quayle THIS was Richmond, but a not-just-yet version. There was no Trent Cotchin, no Brett Deledio, no Ivan Maric, and Jack Riewoldt had flown home with the flu.
Emma Quayle Leading indigenous players will push for clubs to appoint indigenous welfare officers.
Emma Quayle Adam Goodes expects his return from a knee injury to speed up in the next few weeks.
Emma Quayle and Michael Gleeson Colin Sylvia could leave, with Melbourne losing the right to match any rival bid.
Emma Quayle After a brilliant debut season, and a whirlwind summer of travel, young Essendon star Dyson Heppell has finally been able to slow down and start thinking about his upcoming second year in the AFL.
Emma Quayle Bombers notch their first win of an almost invisible pre-season.
Emma Quayle, Varese, Italy Football has become too absorbed by the ''mad, bad and sad stories'' of Aboriginal AFL players, forgetting about the number of indigenous players starring in the game, according to former Sydney...