Michael Gleeson Of the improbable things that can happen in football, this was among the more implausible.
Emma Quayle Blues kick five final-quarter goals to almost deny Saints second win.
Emma Quayle Beset by injuries, Carlton puts up a fight but loses narrowly to Saints.
The injury list ahead of round eight in the AFL premiership season 2013.
The injury list ahead of round 7 in the AFL premiership season 2013.
Returning Blue Matthew Kreuzer trained with a protective glove on Sunday and is yet to be declared a certain starter for clash with St Kilda.
Returning Carlton ruck/forward yet to be declared a certain starter for Monday.
Caroline Wilson The first signs that Brett Ratten's 2012 season would unravel can be traced back to the sunny April afternoon that his unbeaten Blues took on their famous rivals Essendon at the MCG.
Jon Pierik Players are pushing for a uniform date to resume pre-season training.
Matthew James, Footy Prophet Injuries can make or break a fantasy team. If you manage to dodge the season-ending events, or survive a year with a majority of your players lining up every week, then chances are you’ll be in the...
Lee Crossley Carlton, after getting its first win last round, meets eighth-placed Adelaide, in a twilight affair at the MCG.
Garry Lyon The two coaches in Saturday's clash between Collingwood and Richmond face a conundrum.
Matthew James Each week, Footy Prophet runs its eyes over the week's AFL games, looking at the good and bad match-ups from a fantasy perspective.
Jon Pierik Hard-nosed defender Nick Duigan a surprise axing by Carlton after one match.
Jake Niall The Carlton coach's tactics against the Pies will reveal how he views some of his former players.
Matthew James, Footy Prophet The Four Rs are an in-depth analysis of the round that was in fantasy football. Featuring the Right, the wRong, the Ridiculous and the Regrettable, this article highlights the performances that...
Michael Gleeson Spirited Pies ensure their former coach Mick Malthouse stays winless in 2013.
Matt Murnane A humbled Marc Murphy says he has fulfilled a dream by becoming Carlton captain.
Jesse Hogan Carlton will have a harder task getting the better of RIchmond this time around.
Will Brodie The Blues entered the NAB Cup all but injury-free, in complete contrast to their situation a year ago. It means competition for spots in their best team is fierce.