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 Exactly one year ago, just as Port Adelaide was winning its first final under Ken Hinkley, the Adelaide Oval too was looming as a promising piece of work but one still very much in progress.
Caroline Wilson Peggy O'Neal says winning run will not ‘blind’ club.
Caroline Wilson Richmond's on-field showing will define the year, not the make-up of its leadership group.
Caroline Wilson Decision to appoint Trent Cotchin as Richmond's next captain hit with a numerical twist.
Caroline Wilson Some players simply seem to be ill-suited to a lengthy holiday period.
Caroline Wilson RICHMOND looks poised to secure one of the AFL's most respected player agents, Daniel Richardson, to take over the Tigers' football department on the eve of the 2013 season.
Caroline Wilson Young leaders will be chasing old glories in Melbourne season opener.
Caroline Wilson Stalled contract talks between Richmond and its gun forward Jack Riewoldt have become a growing concern at the club, with Greater Western Sydney confirming again that Riewoldt remains firmly in its...
Caroline Wilson Sam Fisher and David Armitage cancel end-of-season trip to US with Dustin Martin.
Caroline Wilson Since the season started, Dustin Martin has found refuge in the game.
Caroline Wilson The best scenario for Damien Hardwick and his team is to let Dustin Martin go.
Caroline Wilson Disgraceful handling of troubled young footballer Dustin Martin reaches a low point.
Caroline Wilson One of the season's most-debated decisions has been reached.
Jon Pierik and Caroline Wilson Trent Cotchin wins a second successive Jack Dyer Medal as Richmond's best and fairest.