The selected teams for round nine of the 2013 AFL home-and-away season, starting with the Collingwood-Sydney clash at the MCG on Friday night.
Matthew Lloyd Kevin Sheedy is often accused of occupying a different planet to the rest of us, but I don't think there is anyone else in the history of the game who has had a bigger impact on and off the field.
David Sygall Swans co-captain Jarrad McVeigh believes the alleged racial vilification of Adam Goodes on Friday night should serve as a lesson to all young people that there is no place for racism anywhere in...
David Sygall Giants suffer another big loss, this time a 100-point drubbing by the Eagles.
David Sygall It's not getting any easier for the Giants. This time it was a 100-point drubbing by West Coast, 23.17.155 to 8.7.55.
Robert Grant The hard-running Gold Coast captain is every opposition team's dilemma.
Emma Quayle Young Hawks Bradley Hill and Jed Anderson are learning to spread their wings.
Sam Lienert Just one goal more in three games would have kept Roos in the top four.
Brent Diamond Collingwood could look to elevate another mature-age recruit from the rookie list this week.
Adam McNicol Beers, barbecue and bonding gave the team inner resolve.
Jon Pierik Dylan Grimes is hopeful of a two-year contract extension at Richmond.
Rohan Connolly This was a win in which the Dogs just kept coming, again and again.
Ashley Porter Chris Scott delivers frightening message - that Geelong is not playing at its best.
Brent Diamond The Gold is on the bottom of the table and winless after seven rounds.
Jon Pierik AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou has ruled out introducing strict punishment measures for clubs whose fans have been found to have racially abused a player.
Phil Lutton Live: Lions v Carlton
Ashley Porter The Power gave Geelong a nine-goal start before it kicked its first.
Andrew Stafford, Brisbane This wasn't a game that will be remembered for its skill; it was won mostly on grunt.
Jon Pierik Brownlow medallist admits inconsistent Collingwood does not yet belong with competition's elite.
Jake Niall It's not just crowds, but also clubs that have come a long way in embracing indigenous players.