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 One year ago Port Adelaide boldly stepped into the MCG, a move plenty of football people would dearly love to have made this weekend, to launch their new major sponsor Renault.
Caroline Wilson Ken Hinkley, the power behind Port Adelaide, is the epitome of resilience and a never-say-die approach to life.
Caroline Wilson AFL fast-tracks scoreboard campaign in which star footballers will appeal to fans to stop abusing players.
Caroline Wilson Geelong's treatment of the Port Adelaide Football Club has been condemned by rival clubs, with West Coast chief Trevor Nisbett declaring the Cats deserved to be the target of a full-scale retribution...
Caroline Wilson, Jared Lynch The AFL's acting chief, Gillon McLachlan, has vowed to fight any threat of a rugby league-style culture creeping into the game, following Geelong's blatant raid on Port Adelaide club champion Travis...
Caroline Wilson Geelong deserves the criticism it has received over the Travis Boak affair.
Caroline Wilson Port Adelaide snares head fitness coach Darren Burgess from EPL club Liverpool.
Caroline Wilson One of the season's most-debated decisions has been reached.
Caroline Wilson John McMcCarthy's girlfriend has told Port Adelaide the young player had called her less than two hours before his death in a confused and distressed state, saying he wanted to come home and was...
Caroline Wilson John McCarthy died in a Las Vegas hotel driveway as a result of a tragic accident, Port Adelaide football boss Peter Rohde said this morning.
Caroline Wilson Moving to Port Adelaide and deciding to stay there - it's all been part of an emotional football journey for Travis Boak. And also for his mother Chicki.