Port Adelaide Power

Round one 2017 AFL fixture announced

Bombers v Hawks

The first round fixture of the 2017 AFL season has been released, with Essendon's banned players to return on Saturday night against Hawthorn at the MCG.

Brownlow 2016: As it happened

Fremantle's Nat Fyfe wins the 2015 Brownlow Medal.

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield capped a brilliant first season with his new club by taking out the game's highest individual honour and breaking a record in doing so.

Who got Lade? Port did

Who got Lade?: Brendon is back at the Power.

Brendon Lade is returning to Port Adelaide after seven years as an assistant coach at AFL rivals Richmond.

Live AFL finals: Hawks v Bulldogs

Bulldog Marcus Bontempelli tangles with Hawk Luke Breust.

Last time they met it was a three-point thriller to the Hawks. Don't expect anything less exciting from this backs-to-the-wall showdown.

We're here for you: Goodes to Betts after crowd racism

Eddie Betts: ''I'm a forgiving person.''

When Adam Goodes picked up the phone and called Eddie Betts it felt to the Adelaide star that something good, at least, had come from the AFL's latest blatant episode of crowd racism. Four weeks after a Port Adelaide spectator hurled a banana in Betts' direction during his 250th senior match, the forward has explained how events that made national news prompted private rallying from Indigenous and football leaders that genuinely lifted him.

Vote: Who is the greatest finals hero?

The mark: Leo Barry takes a crucial mark in the dying seconds of the 2005 grand final.

Who are the greatest finals heroes of the past 50 years of September action? The players whose names instantly come to mind when thoughts turn to fantastic finals performances?

Over and out: Port Adelaide

Under-performed: Power players will be disappointed with the outcome of season 2016.

Port Adelaide was supposed to be a powerhouse in 2016, but failed largely because they did not have the depth of quality players on their list.

Suns big guns misfire as Power limp over the line

Jay Shultz of the Power celebrates a goal with team mates.

Gold Coast Suns coach Rodney Eade said his side was mentally and physically cooked after last week's 71-point loss to Collingwood. They didn't look exhausted as they opened brightly against Port Adelaide at Metricon; the simpler problem was that they couldn't finish off their work.