It's not Mad Monday at Geelong, it's wacky Wednesday and even though it has arrived earlier than they had hoped, the Cats never disappoint.
Adelaide has sacked coach Brenton Sanderson, less than 12 months after extending his contract for two seasons.
Carlton's wish has been granted, with the Blues to play six home matches at the MCG from next season as part of a new five-year deal.
Melbourne midfielder Sam Blease will seek a new home during this year's trade period after being told he would not be offered a contract for next season.
It was supposed to be better. It wasn't still supposed to be sore. The end of Gary Rohan's season was meant to be the end of his broken leg and the start of whatever happened next, but when he went home to Cobden at the end of the year there it was again. The leg hurt when he ran, it hurt after he ran and it woke him up at night and it still woke him up at night. The pain wasn't going away, and it had been there for 18 months. "It was pretty hard not to wonder about it," Rohan said. "I wasn't sure it ever would start going away."
The game may have taken a pummelling, but finals footy brings back the joy.
THE Adelaide Crows have sacked their head coach Brenton Sanderson following an off-season review of the club's football operations.
After an inflammatory, and ultimately failed, mid-season attempt to poach Hawthorn’s recruiting boss with a multimillion dollar offer, Carlton now has a list of candidates from rival clubs – including St Kilda’s polarising head of football, Chris Pelchen – for a new list manager’s role.
Nathan Grima's family and teammates know him as a larrikin. But there is no joke once he crosses that white line.
Sports Medicine Australia has established a committee in a bid to update its 1997 regulations.