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 Rodney Eade has ruled out a potential return to senior coaching at Port Adelaide.
Caroline Wilson Port Adelaide's dire situation has been further underlined with sacked Carlton coach Brett Ratten withdrawing his application for the job.
Caroline Wilson AFL bid to close the growing divide between rich and poor clubs.
Caroline Wilson More matches will mean more teams are out of finals reckoning.
Caroline Wilson Doctor Bruce Reid's disenchantment with the fitness and conditioning regime embraced by Essendon coach James Hird has added another damaging layer to the star coach's predicament following...
Caroline Wilson All AFL coaches will deal with pressure their own way, or be dealt with.
Jon Pierik and Caroline Wilson In-season mini-draft, ban on top clubs poaching free agents and possible sale of AFL logo on front of player jumpers options discussed in bid to ease gap between AFL's rich and poor.
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.
Caroline Wilson Mitch Morton's football story, like most fairytales, has a deeper, darker side, one which he accepts will haunt him for the rest of his life.
Caroline Wilson Suddenly Essendon became the national face of performance-enhancing drugs.
Caroline Wilson Collingwood should seriously consider sacking Dane Swan. If it has not already.
Caroline Wilson Angry Melbourne footballers made a bid to overturn the tanking policy of 2009.
Caroline Wilson Senior Melbourne football official reportedly said jobs could go if team did not gain priority pick.
Caroline Wilson An explosive and costly legal stoush is looming between the AFL and the Melbourne Football Club as the league's investigation into the tanking affair continues to aggressively interview and...
Caroline Wilson It did not take long for the ink to dry — or more accurately the send icon on the email to function — before Adelaide football boss John Reid knew his club had committed to a terrible thing.
Caroline Wilson Club must lose draft picks and get a heavy fine from the AFL over the Tippett deal.
Caroline Wilson ANGRY Melbourne footballers formed a deputation and met club officials in a bid to overturn the tanking policy of 2009 only to be told the club was ''staying the course'' in order to gain early draft...
Caroline Wilson Sydney chairman Richard Colless questions AFL's commitment to 10 clubs in Victoria.
Caroline Wilson AFL chief willing to discuss club with any prospective coaches.
Caroline Wilson One of the season's most-debated decisions has been reached.