The Saints’ new forward had been de-listed by the Kangaroos at the end of last year following 65 games across seven seasons.
Former North Melbourne big man Majak Daw could be on the brink of an AFL comeback, announcing he will train with rivals Melbourne.
It is a tough year for list managers balancing the books, but while many players will need to take cuts, these 10 young stars are certain to get a big payday. Find out which Docker makes the list.
Ben Brown’s Melbourne debut is literally on ice, with the former North Melbourne forward undergoing scans on his troublesome left knee.
Round one of the AFLW season is done and dusted with seven great games. Here are the five things we learnt from round one.
Last year Geelong forward Gary Rohan and wife Amie separated amid some messy hub activity in Perth and Sydney. The Cats hadn’t even made it to the Gold Coast hub before the purrs turned to hissy fits.
AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan has admitted he regrets robbing Fremantle of the chance to compete in their maiden AFLW grand final last season.
The former East Fremantle rookie says surgeons told him he was “very close” to being in a wheelchair permanently after a terrifying bicycle accident.
Tasmania is playing hardball with the AFL in its quest for its own team, with the state government putting negotiations to host visiting teams on hold until the league delivers a timeline.
Majak Daw will be playing suburban football in 2021, signing with a club where he’ll run out alongside a famous ex-teammate.
AFL players are back at training after the Christmas break and star recruits including Adam Treloar, Joe Daniher and Brad Crouch have hit the track with their new teams.
Marc McGowan and Kate Salemme
Former North Melbourne coach Rhyce Shaw will return to AFL coaching ranks in 2021, joining Gold Coast as head of development.
West Coast and Fremantle’s playing lists may be full, but there’s still 11 clubs searching for their next addition... and Alec Waterman could be in luck!
Twenty-two West Aussies’ AFL journeys ended after the completion of the 2020 season, some by their own choice while others were cut. Here’s where they will end up in 2021.
One 2020 finalist will have to pull everything out to be back there next year while a recent premier couldn’t have asked for a better fixture. SEE WHO YOUR CLUB PLAYS TWICE
Al Paton and Catherine Healey
With the 2020 AFL season done and dusted, Mark Duffield looks back at the big footy stories of 2020.
If things worked out differently, Logan McDonald might have been opening the bowling in WA Premier Cricket and in the mind of WACA selectors as a future State player.
Delisted WA footballer Marley Williams has blasted former club North Melbourne’s decision to cut 11 players for next season, describing the ordeal as “a shambles”.
North Melbourne is set to take its No.2 overall selection to the draft, ending hopes for clubs looking to trade up to secure the likes of Perth young gun Logan McDonald.
The AFL needs to commit to giving Tasmania its own team by 2025 or risk losing the State’s support entirely, Tasmanian AFL taskforce chairman Brett Godfrey has warned.
With the AFL announcing the salary cap decrease and amended rookie list rules, see all the list changes made on Wednesday.
Majak Daw is prepared to spend the summer training with an AFL club for a vacant rookie-list spot to prove he will do whatever it takes to reignite his career.
North Melbourne has the prized No. 2 pick in this year’s draft and the perfect opportunity to launch its rebuild. Jon Ralph looks at nine key issues for David Noble to address.
New coach David Noble has been given up to three years to lift struggling North Melbourne into the AFL top four and start challenging for a premiership.
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