He's fast establishing himself as one of the AFL's best small forwards, but it seems Michael Walters' destiny lies in the midfield.
Michael Walters has 19 goals this season but his destiny may lie in the midfield.
Brisbane Undeterred by the trials and tribulations of great mate Michael Voss, Simon Black is keen to be the next Brisbane Lions premiership star to coach in the AFL.
Lee Gaskin Who better than a triple premiership-winner to fine-tune Josh Bruce's game for his second crack at the AFL.
Matthew Lloyd He was once invincible, but the Brisbane Lions champion has work to do to save himself.
Jon Tuxworth They're desperate to send one of the game's most decorated coaches out on a high, but Greater Western Sydney co-captain Phil Davis says Leon Cameron is the man to turn the club into an AFL powerhouse.
Darren Jolly Isn't it time the Laws of the Game committee is made up of people who understand what the modern game is like to play?
Matt Murnane Having broken the rules in the past, West Coast hard man Beau Waters will now have a chance to shape them.
Emma Quayle All that you need to know about the clubs and the players up for grabs in the draft.
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Luke Power wins the AFL Players' Association Madden Medal for 2012.
Jared Lynch Luke Power doesn't rate himself the league's best retiring player this season.
Your complete guide to the 2012 Brownlow Medal, starting with all the votes for round 21.
A club-by-club summary of players who polled votes in the 2012 Brownlow Medal.
Will Brodie Tim Watson reveals the inauspicious footballing origins of the 2012 Brownlow Medal winner, his son Jobe.
Greater Western Sydney confirmed on Wednesday that veteran Chad Cornes will play on next AFL season, but the on-field futures of Luke Power and Dean Brogan remain uncertain.
Greater Western Sydney confirm veteran Chad Cornes will play on next season.
Your complete guide to the 2012 Brownlow Medal, starting with all the votes for round four.
Your complete guide to the 2012 Brownlow Medal, starting with all the votes for round five.
Sydney Luke Power will move straight into a fulltime coaching position with Greater Western Sydney, having announced his retirement after a decorated 302-game AFL career.