Rohan Connolly, a senior football writer for The Age and radio broadcaster with sports radio station 1116 SEN, has been covering the game since 1983. A multi-AFL Media Association award-winner known for his passion and love of the game, he analyses the AFL for the newspaper and contributes a blog and weekly video, "Footy Fix", for The Age's football website, Real Footy.
Rohan Connolly Each time Hawthorn and Geelong have clashed since 2008, it has felt like a final.
Rohan Connolly Consistency within games is becoming an issue for Geelong.
Rohan Connolly Contrasting coaching philosophies meet head on in Geelong as defensive Fremantle attempts to counter the attacking Cats.
Rohan Connolly The laws of probability suggest that if you toss a coin and continue to call tails, sooner or later you’re going to get it right. Which is how Hawthorn must feel when it comes to playing Geelong.
Rohan Connolly Excitement galore on first weekend of finals as three favourites are beaten.
Rohan Connolly Kurt Tippett's move has provided an opening at Adelaide, writes Rohan Connolly.
Compiled by Rohan Connolly and Jon Pierik Rohan Connolly and Jon Pierik take a look at the men guiding the 18 teams in the AFL fray.
Rohan Connolly It's a familiar tale for Hawthorn as it slumps to a 10th straight loss to Gelong.
Rohan Connolly Western Bulldogs put up a good fight but in the end the Cats take the points.
Rohan Connolly Goal umpiring decisions have been mired in controversy for far too long.
Rohan Connolly Geelong's capacity to keep its playing group fresh and hungry over a golden era now spanning seven years has become one of the AFL's best examples of list management.
Rohan Connolly Leigh Matthews' Lions were the equal of today's Cats.
Rohan Connolly If North does make it to the finals, Drew Petrie would have been in no small way responsible.
Rohan Connolly Wounded Geelong weathers Adelaide surge, then runs away to win an entertaining battle.
Rohan Connolly The Cats have won their past eight clashes against the flag fancies.
Rohan Connolly Join Rohan Connolly to discuss the big football issues as we enter round 20.
Rohan Connolly The AFL denies the interpretation of the holding-the-ball rule has changed.
Rohan Connolly During the past few weeks Geelong have had 'we're not done just yet' written all over them.
Rohan Connolly Three rounds to go and three teams too many. That's the scenario entering round 21, with 11 teams still hoping to play in the finals.
Rohan Connolly Collingwood has to win tonight to avoid being overtaken by West Coast.