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 Andrew Demetriou, in London near the end of his mid-season break, says his family deserved some of his time.
Caroline Wilson AFL boss Andrew Demetriou defends his unusually long mid-season break.
Caroline Wilson If Carlton hasn't learnt its lessons, the AFL must act.
Caroline Wilson Club must lose draft picks and get a heavy fine from the AFL over the Tippett deal.
Caroline Wilson Several key witnesses have come forward as the AFL investigates the Demons for tanking.
Caroline Wilson AFL uncovers secret meeting involving at least 15 Melbourne members in which coaches were reminded of the importance of forfeiting matches in order to gain early draft picks.
Caroline Wilson ANGRY Melbourne footballers formed a deputation and met club officials in a bid to overturn the tanking policy of 2009 only to be told the club was ''staying the course'' in order to gain early draft...
Caroline Wilson Angry Melbourne footballers made a bid to overturn the tanking policy of 2009.
Caroline Wilson Official the latest target of the AFL's investigation into the tanking affair of 2009.
Caroline Wilson Melbourne lost games on purpose and should be punished accordingly.
Caroline Wilson In the end it all came down to one meeting in July 2009 in an old tin shed at the Junction Oval known as ''the vault''.
Caroline Wilson Melbourne appears to have escaped draft penalties but faces a fine of $500,000 as the AFL investigation into tanking sparked by Brock McLean moved on Friday into the final stages of resolution.
Caroline Wilson In the case of Brock McLean and his misguided tweet, the Blues were absolutely right in refusing to suspend him.