Richard Hinds THE Sydney Swans will play in Melbourne's grand final. The Melbourne Storm will play in Sydney's.
Richard Hinds In those last 10 minutes, the Swans were subjected to the most onerous test of mind and body imaginable.
Richard Hinds Greater Western Sydney Giants play Port Adelaide Power at Skoda Stadium on Sunday. A match between a team that has not won a game and a team that has not won in seven weeks.
Richard Hinds AFL chief wants to bring the romance back to the game.
Richard Hinds As 2012 draws to a close, Richard Hinds looks back at a huge year for AFL in the first of a series of year-enders.
Richard Hinds IN 1961, everywhere else, John Kennedy was the generation-defining US President advocating hare-brained schemes such as lunar exploration, liaising with Hollywood starlets and inspiring a nation with...
Richard Hinds Talking with Josh Kennedy before tonight's preliminary final, you raise the subject of his famous family apologetically.
Richard Hinds After a triumph of such fluctuating fortunes, and with such an incredible crescendo, you search for the difference. The act of skill or heroism; the piece of sheer good luck.
Richard Hinds Privately, the Sydney Swans have confessed to some ambivalence about their ongoing relationship with ANZ Stadium in recent years.
Richard Hinds The death of Melbourne's Irish legend Jim Stynes comes at a poignant time for the AFL. As the game spreads to a new frontier, Stynes, more than any player, coach or official, encouraged what had been...
Richard Hinds Getting the Western Sydney locals to take an interest is still a Giant task.
Richard Hinds Like Bayern Munich's domination of their cross-town whipping boys 1860 Munich, most expect the AFL's Sydney rivalry to be mercilessly one-sided - at least in the initial stages.
Richard Hinds By choosing to open its season with last Saturday's GWS-Swans derby, the AFL wisely focused the spotlight on its northern expansion.
Richard Hinds For Greater Western Sydney, this was supposed to be a knee-knocking moment. Their first match in Melbourne against the premiership favourites Carlton.
Richard Hinds By coming from 20 points down at half-time to beat Hawthorn on Sunday, Sydney made a statement. "Legitimate", "genuine contenders", "the real thing".