Caroline Wilson has been chief football writer for The Age since 1999. She was the first woman to cover Australian Rules football on a full-time basis and the first woman to win the AFL's gold media award. She has won the AFL Players Association's football writer of the year (1999) and the AFL Media Association's most outstanding football writer and most outstanding feature writer (2000, 2003, 2005). She also won a Melbourne Press Club Quill Award in 2003.
Caroline Wilson Carlton president Stephen Kernahan has backed Mick Malthouse to rebuild the struggling Blues, conceding his club was ''a fair way off'' the top four.
Caroline Wilson Stephen Kernahan's reign at Carlton for all intents and purposes has finished. Within a fortnight one of the messier and more protracted board handovers will finally be completed when the relatively...
Caroline Wilson Carlton coaches expected to caution players against sledging opponents.
Caroline Wilson Richmond could thwart St Kilda's attempt to poach highly regarded assistant Mark Williams.
Caroline Wilson Surely there is a point where sport ends and violence begins?
Caroline Wilson Spectre that has haunted Brett Ratten for more than two years has finally materialised.
Caroline Wilson Brett Ratten had breakfast with Chris Judd and his leadership group early yesterday. For all intents and purposes it was the soon-to-be-sacked coach's last supper with the senior players who had...
Caroline Wilson In one of the AFL season's more bizarre scenarios yesterday, a terminated coach faced the media with the men who sacked him and spoke of life's good fortune.
Caroline Wilson Eddie McGuire raises highly sensitive issue of the Blues' total player payments.
Jon Pierik and Caroline Wilson Mick Malthouse to sign up today to coach Carlton for the next three years.
Caroline Wilson Mick Malthouse's football and literary commitments are on a collision course, with the publishers of a soon-to-be-released memoir about the controversial coach left frustrated and concerned the book...
Caroline Wilson Rodney Eade has ruled out a potential return to senior coaching at Port Adelaide.
Caroline Wilson Port Adelaide's dire situation has been further underlined with sacked Carlton coach Brett Ratten withdrawing his application for the job.
Caroline Wilson AFL chief willing to discuss club with any prospective coaches.
Caroline Wilson Disenchanted Carlton assistant expected to remain at the club in a development role.
Caroline Wilson All AFL coaches will deal with pressure their own way, or be dealt with.
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.
Caroline Wilson and Jon Pierik Carlton's presidential succession plan has hit a significant hurdle.
Caroline Wilson Chris Judd confronted at AFL headquarters by harshest and most damning judges he has faced in his career.