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It was a year of growth for the Gold Coast Suns putting together some of the best footy they've played, while the Magpies fell short on semi-final weekend to Adelaide in treacherous conditions. Sarah Black, Lucy Watkin, and Gemma Bastiani analyze the AFLW season both clubs had. Hear what worked, what didn't, and what surprised the girls from both of these clubs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Whiting and Nathan Schmook take a look at season 2022 for the Gold Coast Suns, and where to from here in 2023. Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage are joined by: Gold Coast Suns recruit & former Fremantle Docker - Connor Blakely; Football Commentator - Adam Peacock; TAB Racing Analyst - Rylie Morgan; and Chief Cricket Writer for The Australian - Peter Lalor.
Looks like the Freo crew have bet on red. And, going on their recent draft table craft, Hugh could argue with the decisions? Time to Restump Podcast the purple people we plucked from the player pool.Without the rich draft capital at our disposal this year it was always going to be a trickier process. But when the dust settled this morning its difficult to be disappointed.The Freo team filled the needs, punted on some wants, added some development projects and managed to include some insurance. Not an easy feat!We go over the new recruits and run the shoulda, coulda, woulda theories. The lads are back at the club and if the photos are accurate, they've returned in better than decent nick! They're not only looking flash, they're turning out flash performances in early time trials. Neil Erasmus has shown his round one intention with two 1km run wins. Caleb Serong snared the 3rd while Heath Chapman outstayed them all and brought home the 4th. We take another look at the Jackson Darcy combo story which continues to develop. Who plays where for how long?Is Caleb Serong getting a chance to possibly play with young brother Liam? Is there a strategy to potentially giving Liam the train on position?We wish Connor Blakely all the best with his second chance at the Gold Coast after being plucked with pick 7 in the rookie draft. However, as it's arguably the surfing capital of Australia, should our best wishes go to the Gold Coast Suns?Its been a while between pods and there has been some listener feedback, some positive, some negative but we love it all. And we were blown away by some very kind listeners who generously bought us a bunch of coffees through the Restump website.We don't click into Summer until tomorrow but there's plenty of hot stuff happening down at Limestone Park in Cockburn. So if you've got nothing better to do, wrap your listening gear around this episode and join us for a draft review and all the news in purple shoes. Support the show
It's unconfirmed but upon hearing Jaeger's deal, apparently David Mundy said, “What am I… chopped liver?” Time to Restump Podcast the wrap up of our big 2022 trade period. Poor old Dave Mundy… he gets the tap on the shoulder and we replace him with a 29-year-old! 29 is actually 42 in Mundy years.But we'll put our light-hearted nostalgic exaggerations aside for the moment and focus on what seems to be an exceptional trade period play performed by the purple pillagers and plunderers. Had Luke Jackson been the only course of business, its fair to suggest we would have all been satisfied. But to snare Josh “Ronnie” Corbett and then surprisingly end up with the Jager-Bomb… we're sitting here like the Cat that got the trade week cream…. well the cream that was left over from the cream the actual Cats got.Sure, we lost Blake Acres, Griff Logue, Darcy Tucker, Lloyd Meek and the teammate baking, one arm contest bandit Rory Lobb, but you can make a case for all of them why it isn't the end of the world. Enough of the words on paper, lets get to the chit-chat. Join us as we dissect our individual trades and pick swaps and look at how it sets us up for 2023. Support the show
Bruce Eva and Shane McInnes host Sportsday tonight as they discussed a packed day of AFL trade news. Craig Cameron from the Gold Coast Suns joined the show, along with Luke Jackson's manager, Jason Dover. Later in the show, they spoke cricket with Dan Brettig from The Age and F1 with Autosports, Luke Smith.
We don't want to upset the coach and cop a lecture for getting ahead of ourselves, but is it too early to give Luke Jackson a nudge in the father son direction? Let's hope he gets on the job in more ways than one. Time to Restump Podcast the news of arguably one Fremantle's biggest gets.Its not too often you get the chance to secure a 21-year-old Luke Jackson. David Walls, Peter Bell and JL just managed something remarkable and it will help set the club up for the next decade. Understandably many fans have some trepidation as we're still sporting the scars of many historic failed attempts with these types of deals. But Luke Jackson is a different kettle of big fish! He's a talent in the air, yet as good on the ground. A ruckman, a forward, a roving utility…. the purple prototypical hybrid, if you will. We're not about to break into celebratory song signalling his arrival because we'll leave that to the Freo social media team with their no doubt chart rocketing “Unicorn” banger… but we'll quietly nod in appreciation and acknowledgment and say… welcome to the Purple LJ.But while Jackson is the headline act, there's plenty more happening down at Limestone Park. We'll have a chat about Ronnie Corbett who couldn't have been more impressive in his interview, Josh Cyclone Treacy has been copping some seemingly unfair heat and what now for Lloyd “Braun” Meek? Are we sharpening the offer for Jeremy? Ronnie Corbett, Will Brodie and Jeremy Sharp? Is there a Gold Coast quota that needs filling?Lastly does the Luke Jackson news now spark the Rory Lobb deal to the Dogs? If the trade isn't of value does the club dig in? We'd like to think so. All that and plenty more on this momentous Monday where too much marvelling is never enough. Join us for our usual recap nonsense and put your best ears forward to be part of the starting twenty-two. Support the show
Hello friends!Think you can spot athletic potential when you see it? Perhaps a career in recruitment is for you?Meet Kall Burns, the longest-standing staff member of the Gold Coast Suns, and the National Recruitment Manager.If you're obsessed with all things related to player trades and drafting, then Kall's episode is for you.We cover:(7:26) - How Kall upheaved his life to move north and volunteer for the Gold Coast Suns(11:37) – What Kall does day to day as a National Recruiting Manager(24:25) – Lessons learnt and steps Kall took to get to where he is now(26:50) – Networking and the opportunities it brings(30:57) – Essential skills and experiences to be an AFL Recruiting Manager(39:00) – BTS of the AFL Trade Period(46:15) – Advice for those looking to follow the same path---Additional episodes you might enjoy:#142 Binuk Kodituwakku (Adelaide FC) - How analytics guides AFL list management#63 Abby McNish (Carlton FC) - How to squeeze the most out of your time at university#24 Lina Staropoli (Cricket Australia) - How to work in global partnerships---If you want to learn more about us, feel free to connect with us on LinkedIn: Reuben, RyanOr if you'd like to ask us any questions, join the SportsGrad Community! It's THE place to be if you want to get your foot in the door, hire people quickly & easily, or learn from the best in the world.You can also find us on insta @sportsgradAnd if you're interested in more podcasts related to a certain topic (e.g. Events, High Performance etc.) check out our best picks here: www.sportsgrad.com.au/podcast*This episode is brought to you by Deakin University, the Official Education Partner of The SportsGrad Podcast.Find out why their Master of Business in Sport Management is not one of, but the best one in Australia ranked at #1 at www.deakin.edu.au*If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes here? It takes less than 60 seconds, and really makes a difference in helping to land guests.Thanks for listening! You're all legends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge bring you the latest news from the AFL Trade Period. Cal takes a deep dive into the AFL Draft Combine starting at Marvel Stadium today and we chat with newest Gold Coast Suns recruit, Tom Berry. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge have the latest from the AFL Trade Period. Darcy Gardner has re-signed with the Brisbane Lions, while Craig Cameron from the Gold Coast Suns talks through Jack Bowes and the other key players that will be involved in this years Trade Period from Queensland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam Edmund is joined by Brenton Sanderson on Trade Afternoons. We hear from Joel Selwood following the Geelong great deciding to hang up the boots. Retired Saint Jarryn Geary joins us. What's the Deal as we look at Rory Lobb and Sando's Shopping List on the Western Bulldogs, Carlton, St Kida and the Gold Coast Suns.
Our AFL team is into a Semi Final against Melbourne, our AFLW team takes on the Gold Coast Suns for Indigenous Round and our VFL side is into a Prelim.Tay Smith & Linc McCarthy join Dom and Fay to preview a big weekend of football.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's guest is up and coming star and Gold Coast Suns captain, Touk Miller. Touk is coming off an All Australian and Best and Fairest year in 2021 and has backed it up this year with another stellar season winning the AFLCA Champion player of the year award this week (alongside Clayton Oliver). I got a lot out of this chat, I hope you enjoy it. ILY xx Contact Email - email@example.com Instagram - @dylbuckley @dylandfriends Youtube - www.youtube.com/dylandfriends Facebook - www.facebook.com/dylandfriends Twitter - www.twitter.com/dylan_buckley Dyl & Friends is produced by Sam Bonser, Sam Dalton and Darcy Parkinson. Video and audio production by Producey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All Australian Team announced, and the rest of the AFL Awards, Abbey Holmes previews AFLW Season 7, when were you a hero?, get around Chemist Warehouse, Billy shot hoops with aMelbourne United's newest recruit, Andy Brayshaw cops an all-time stitch-up, Rosie's Social Media Feedback, Gold Coast's Touk Miller, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sportsday SA with David Wildy and Richard Douglas as the boys discussed the All Australian team. Wallabies Tate McDermott joined the boys to chat about the tour coming to Adelaide. Hannah Dunn from Port Adelaide spoke about her move from sunny Queensland with the Gold Coast Suns and her expectations heading into the new season of AFLW with the Power
A shock move to the AFL, his frank take on Supercars now, working with the mighty Rolling Stones and the cool Muscle Car in the Cochrane garage. In this final chapter, host Greg 'Rusty' Rust steps into the current day of Tony Cochrane - from the Gold Coast Suns to the evolution of Supercars in 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Meghan McDonald and Becky Webster are back for another season to bring you all the latest in CatterBoxes, the official podcast of the Geelong Cats AFLW team. This week, the girls chat with Senior Coach Dan Lowther after Geelong's impressive pre-season win against the Gold Coast Suns. Tune in to find out how The Cats are shaping up as they head into the first season with an 18-team AFLW competition. All this and more on CatterBoxes, the official podcast of the Geelong Cats.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah Black and Lucy Watkin take a look at the Gold Coast Suns ahead of season 7 of AFLW. Can they replace Sarah Perkins and Kate Surman in front of the goal? And, we head west to talk about the Purple Army. How will the Dockers attack this season? They kick their campaign off with the toughest task in footy, Brisbane at the Gabba. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Triple M's home of AFL in Queensland returns aas Nick, Will and Jack take a deep dive into the Lions hopes of scoring the double-chance, who sits in the their best twenty-two, Oscar McInerny's unseen impact on the competition and what the Gold Coast Suns need to do to finish their season in styleSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Gold Coast Suns' very own magician spills the beans on life on the GC. The greatman himself Izak Rankine joins Adam and Symon to talk footy, not going out on the Gold Coast and the player he's most afraid of. Get around him on socials, he's chuckin' some good stuff up there (Fire emoji) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gold Coast Suns' Ace Oea and Brisbane Lions' Zimmorlei Farquharson have signed on as ambassadors for a new Aussie Rules talent drive in the Pacific, backed with money from the Australian Government's PacificAusSports programme.
The reason why the Gold Coast Suns are Finals bound, if Buddy Franklin is actually on his way out of Sydney, how the David Noble firing affects Tassie and JHF, and we also take a look at a wild ladder heading into Round 18 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fourthandlongmedia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fourthandlongmedia/support
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Monday, July 11th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. The duo discuss a host of headlines to come out of a bumper round 17. Were the Gold Coast Suns simply too good, or did the Richmond Tigers let one slip? Robbo and Gerard also question what happened to the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, and articulate the issues at the Western Bulldogs after the Sydney Swans put them to shame. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Browny is back, we review Joey's acting skills, can Kyrgios win tonight?, Gold Coast's Noah Anderson joins the show after his match-winning goal after the siren, Ross has some strong words for Jaidyn Stephenson, Adelaide's Rory Laird, did St Kilda get dudded by an umpiring decision last night?, Pub Quiz, Collingwood's Darcy Cameron, Hitching The Caravan, trade rumours are heating up See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
While rugby league may be the national sport in Papua New Guinea, the game of Australian Rules Football has hit the headlines there in recent days thanks to the efforts of 20-year-old Ace Oea. After making his unexpected AFL debut with the Gold Coast Suns when he scored a goal with his first kick, there has been a surge of interest in Aussie Rules in PNG and renewed talk of a Papua New Guinea team being created to play at local league level in Queensland.
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Wednesday, July 6th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. The duo discuss the blockbuster match between Geelong and the Demons, as well as how David Noble and North Melbourne are still in limbo and Stuart Dew's new deal with the Gold Coast Suns. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Love him or loathe him, you can't ignore Tony Cochrane. As Chairman of the Board Tony Cochrane is best known in his role as boss of the Gold Coast Suns. A successful businessman who didn't bother to finish school, Cochrane has been involved in event promotion since the 1970s, and has promoted or produced tours for several international and local artists. In March 2014, Cochrane joined the board of the struggling Gold Coast Suns, and then became chairman in March 2016 In this episode Cochrane explains how he came to befriend Frank Sinatra and bring him out to Australia, he opens up on the sackings of Guy Mckenna and Rodney Eade, his aim to turn the Gold Coast Suns into a finals contender and why he thinks a 19th franchise in the AFL won't work. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The dream to play in the AFL is edging closer for Hewago Oea - better known as Ace. The young Papua New Guinean has been turning heads playing for Gold Coast Suns at second tier level this season, after first grabbing the headlines for his country when they won the International Cup four years ago.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily All eyes on Luke Jackson tonight (0:32); Harris Andrews plays game 150 (5:57); Jordan De Goey won't play on Sunday (10:27); Where will De Goey play his football in 2023? (12:35); The Suns' midfield is humming (14:18); Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Luke Hodge busted a finger playing local footy, JB's US Open recap, Damian Barrett's AFL news wrap, Damo's positives and negatives from round 14, Billy gives Damo a grilling after reading something in the paper, JB's passport issue, 5 at 5:05, Collingwood withdraws its Jordan De Goey contract offer, Gold Coast's Noah Anderson, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Everyone's dressed up today... except Ross, who's vulnerable to miss the 8?, Collingwood's next steps regarding Jordan De Goey, Bulldogs defensive issues, Adelaide coach Matthew Nicks, do we need Last Touch Out Of Bounds?, Pub Quiz, Hitching The Caravan, Brisbane Legend Simon Black, trade rumours, Geelong's heavy training phase See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gold Coast co-captain Touk Miller joined Garry and Bucks to talk about the Suns' recent run of good form, the improvement from players like Izak Rankine and Ben Ainsworth, Will Powell's gruesome injury, and more.
Nick, Jack and Will are back to discuss all the big talking points in Queensland footy after a double-victory weekend, including a greasy Gold Coast Suns win, Brandon Ellis's greatest Gold Coast game, Brisbane's leaking defence, Mitch Robinson's medi-sub antics, and an Allies State Of Origin team. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.