The Adelaide Crows and coach Brenton Sanderson have parted ways

6:30 PM  2

The All Australian Team is announced and presented their blazers at the Royal Exhibition Building (September 16th, 2014)

9:39 AM  16

Anonymous asked:
What are your thoughts on the All Australian Team? Do you think key figures missed out?

I like most of the team; there are a couple that I would change but I don’t think there’s ever been a year where the public and selectors agree on every single player.

When I chose my own team a couple of weeks ago, I had Luke Parker and Sauce Jacobs in it so I’ll agree with the majority and say that they were both very stiff to miss out. I’m also still perplexed as to why Hanley wasn’t even in the squad of 40.

9:26 AM  4

9:54 PM  45

1st Semi-Final
Fremantle   3.5   6.11   8.13   11.17   (83)
def by PORT ADELAIDE 2.2 3.5 9.9 15.15 (105)
8:33 AM  22

Week 3 of the 2014 Finals.

8:03 AM  12

2nd Semi-Final
Geelong 5.1 5.6 8.9 13.14 (92)
def by NORTH MELBOURNE 7.1 9.6 12.9 14.14 (98)
9:46 AM  12

Finals Week 2:

Milestone Men:
- Mitch Duncan (GEEL) 100 games 
- Michael Walters (FRE) 50 games

10:28 AM  3

2014 Leigh Matthews Trophy - Nat Fyfe (Fremantle)

3:33 PM  9

✰ Future Stars → 2014 22Under22 Team

Defenders: Brodie Smith (Adelaide), Trent McKenzie (Gold Coast), Daniel Talia (Adelaide), Steven May (Gold Coast), Tom Langdon (Collingwood, Kade Kolodjashnij (Gold Coast)
Midfielders: Luke Parker (Sydney), Jarrod Witts (Collingwood), Tom Liberatore (Western Bulldogs), Dion Prestia (Gold Coast), Dyson Heppell (Essendon), Adam Treloar (GWS)
Forwards: Harley Bennell (Gold Coast), Jack Darling (West Coast), Marcus Bontempelli (Western Bulldogs), Chad Wingard (Port Adelaide), Jack Gunston (Hawthorn), Jamie Elliott (Collingwood)
Bench: Luke McDonald (North Melbourne), David Swallow (Gold Coast), Brandon Ellis (Richmond), Jake Carlisle (Essendon)
Captain: Dyson Heppell
Vice Captain: Jack Gunston

2:59 PM  17