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  1. Eagles remain hopeful on Kennedy

    Eagles remain hopeful on Kennedy

    West Coast are hopeful Josh Kennedy's elbow injury isn't serious but admit season-ending surgery is still a possibility.

  2. Port's Polec to miss 6 AFL matches

    Port's Polec to miss 6 AFL matches

    Port Adelaide's Jared Polec will rest for the next five weeks instead of trying to play through the pain of a foot injury.

  3. Buckley joins chorus of support for May

    Buckley joins chorus of support for May

    Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has derided the AFL Tribunal's decision to ban Gold Coast player Stephen May for three weeks.

  4. Pies' Seedsman in doubt for Cats

    Pies' Seedsman in doubt for Cats

    Collingwood half-back flanker Paul Seedsman is battling a glute injury ahead of Friday night's big clash with Geelong at the MCG.

  5. Flying the flag is crap: Brad Scott

    Flying the flag is crap: Brad Scott

    North Melbourne coach Brad Scott says 'flying the flag is crap' and has implored his players not to retaliate if they're unfairly attacked in an AFL match.

  6. Pavlich, Walters join in Freo training

    Pavlich, Walters join in Freo training

    Star Fremantle forwards Matthew Pavlich and Michael Walters have both appeared on the training track this morning as the Dockers held a very light session.

  7. Hawks tough not dirty: GWS coach

    Hawks tough not dirty: GWS coach

    GWS coach Leon Cameron says Hawthorn will still be dangerous without suspended stars Luke Hodge and Jordan Lewis when they visit Spotless Stadium.

  8. Swann 'scrambling' to sort Lions mess

    Brisbane Lions chief executive Greg Swann concedes AFL supporters have no reason to watch the beleaguered side after their woeful start to the season.

  9. Miller's Guide: Red vest for the sub

    Miller's Guide: Red vest for the sub

    Time to call time on one of the more contentious rules in the league’s history.

  10. Docherty signs new AFL deal with Blues

    Sam Docherty has signed a three-year contract extension with Carlton, tying him to the AFL club until at least 2018.

  11. Mundy’s tough summer pays off

    Mundy’s tough summer pays off

    David Mundy believes his start to the season is the best of his career and credits an aggressive brand of football as the key to Fremantle’s midfield dominance.

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