Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Jason Horne-Francis requests a trade (0:00); What sort of offer can North Melbourne expect for Jason Horne-Francis (3:40); Jeff Kennett's comments at the Peter Crimmins Medal (10:58); Kevin Sheedy's “untenable” position at Essendon (17:50) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
AFL News today was headlined by Jack Graham touring Port Adelaide's facilities yesterday, along with the retirement of Geelong captain Joel Selwood. Other topics covered by Bryce and Hayesy included Brad Scott to be interviewed today for the Essendon coaching position, Alastair Clarkson's statement regarding the Hawks investigation of the historical treatment of indigenous players, and Josh Dunkley leaving the Bulldogs after being crowned their best and fairest.
Matthew Cocks and Brenton Sanderson on Trade Afternoons for Day Four. We chat to Sandringham Dragons coach Wayne Cripps. We look at Izak Rankine for What's The Deal. Sando reveals the secrets of what recruiters are looking for in draftees. Our Shopping List goes through Port Adelaide, Essendon, GWS Giants and Hawthorn.
Cam Luke & Josh Jenkins assess the departure of Josh Dunkley from the Bulldogs after winning their B&F, how he could get to Brisbane via a Mega Trade with Fremantle, what the Lions' Best 22 could look like next year with Will Ashcroft also inbound, and Josh calls for the Dees to open the chequebook for Port Adelaide young gun in The Budget.
Bryce Gibbs's hair was again a topic of conversation at the start of the show with Hayesy taking to Twitter and asking listeners what they thought. Joel Selwood's retirement was given the respect it commands and the frightening audio of former Matilda Ellisa Caravaras getting carjacked mid-radio interview also got tongues wagging. After 7 am it was back-to-back to back-to-back interviews with Brenton Sanderson from AFL Trade Radio talking to the boys about Jack Graham, Isaac Rankine, and his thoughts on Joel Selwood. Michelangelo Rucci described the Graham situation as like something out of the “Keystone Cops”. Hayesy, and anyone under the age of 50, had no idea what that meant. The AFLW's first Showdown dominated conversation from 7.30 am. Port Adelaide coach Lauren Arnell revealed she had called in one of Port Adelaide's master motivators to speak with her group through the week. Crows Premiership star Ebony Marinoff revealed a far more laid-back approach to the week at West Lakes after their record demolition of GWS the previous week. After 8 am SA Scorpion and Australian women's cricket team fast bowler Darcie Brown called in to chat about her visit to Poultney Grammar yesterday and what lays ahead for her this summer.
“This is likely to be the biggest trade week in history”7.05 - “The vision of Jack Graham touring Port Adelaide would have been frowned upon in times past, but free agency has helped the competition mature”.7.06 – BG “Is Graham a good fit for Port Adelaide?” BS “I think he would be a good fit for anyone given his age and experience. I see Port being a big improver in 2023”.7.07 – “Nothing has really come out yet regarding key defenders. Port needs one but their existing backline looks solid. It will be hard to get their hands on a key back from another club”.BG “The Crows are all in for Rankine. Is there anyone else they could pick off this trade period?”. “Probably not. They'll go to the draft with their remaining picks unless they can find someone with elite speed and ball using skills that is gettable”.7.12 “Carlton will be a massive improver and I expect them to be in the top four next year”.7.15 “Joel Selwood will eventually make the Hall of fame and will be elevated to legend status
7.41 – “We've had Chad Cornes in to speak to the girls this week which was great. He certainly relayed to the girls his feelings about the Crows and his passion for our footy club”.7.43 BG “You've got a few ex-Crows on the list in Erin and Ange. Have they given you an insight into how they will play?”“And Justine who is the most experienced of the lot. Yes they gave us a bit of IP but the reality is it will be about putting whatever our plans are into practice”.7.44 – AH “You aren't far away from claiming your second win but take us through what it was like to claim your first win a couple of weeks ago” “To see the excitement in Port Adelaide people's faces, young and old, was fantastic and a great reward”.7.45 – “We've also got plenty of SA girls who may have been overlooked by the Crows in previous years that have plenty to prove”.7.46 – “The Crows are an incredible team, they've won three premierships, and we'll have our work cut out for us.”7.47 AH “What has it been like for Erin Phillips?” “It's been great for our entire group and Erin as well. I can't stop thinking about the ‘Never Tear us Apart' at Adelaide Oval tomorrow night. Hopefully, there will be a massive crowd.
The lies and deceit that are part and parcel of the upcoming AFL Trade Period have begun early. Richmond star Jack Graham was yesterday caught out entering Port Adelaide's headquarters after saying he was only visiting family. Meanwhile, former Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson has released a very strong statement that hints at upcoming legal action.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bryce and Hayesy started the morning comparing serious footy injuries with Hayesy's calves and Bryce's hair coming under significant scrutiny. Port Adelaide is looking for a tall defender and Bryce did some homework on who is available under free agency and who the power should be chasing. Michelangelo Rucci led the guest list for the morning and lamented SA's inability to attract people back to the state, in particular quality AFL footballers. Roger Rasheed was kind enough to share some of his memories of the great Roger Federer who has slipped into a well-earned retirement. They finished with Australian Test wicketkeeper Alex Carey phoning in for a chat. Kez is in Queensland with the SA Redbacks squad as they take on Tasmania today in the Marsh Cup. Hayesy asked the question of the Aussie ODI captaincy and whether or not Alex would throw his hat in the ring for it.
Adelaide's premier Sports Journalist Michelangelo Rucci joined Bryce and Hayesy this morning and asked why is it harder to get ex-South Australians to return home to play football with Adelaide or Port Adelaide than for Victorian clubs to pry ex-pats out of the SA-based clubs.
Cal Twomey and Riley Beveridge go through the news of the day and unpacking which trades could happen, how could Port Adelaide climb back up the ladder? Joel Selwood's retirement plus all of your questions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ange Foley is a dual Premiership player with Adelaide, she is now part of the first-ever Port Adelaide side and this Friday night the two sides will come together at the Adelaide Oval for the inaugural Showdown. A moment in time, we cannot wait for! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Port Adelaide Football Manager Chris Davies was on Trade Radio yesterday and mentioned Port Adelaide will be aggressive in chasing what they need, with a key focus on find a tall defender. Bryce Gibbs listed several options that Port Adelaide should be looking at from around the competition.
Former Richmond AFL player Ryan Garthwaite played for South Adelaide in the SANFL this season and famously kicked a massive 70-meter bomb after the siren against Port Adelaide. Garthwaite has decided to pursue a career in punting in the NFL and spoke with his Panthers teammate Bryce Gibbs and Hayesy about what is next for him.
Kane Cornes & Matthew Lloyd are joined by Port Adelaide football GM Chris Davies to discuss a range of players, including the outgoing Karl Amon and likely-incoming Junior Rioli. The boys also discuss last night's development regarding Jordan De Goey's contract negotiations, reports that Lachie Hunter could be leaving the Bulldogs, and Lloydy presents his first list of 2022.
256: Berlin Marathon | Kane Cornes | NMMF Preview This episode of the Inside Running Podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia's leading sports micronutrition brand, as an exclusive offer for Inside Running listeners, head to pillarperformance.shop use the code SKIPSICK to receive a $10 off ULTRA IMMUNE C Brad makes a case for acting in self-defence after getting swooped at Mulligans. Julian talks up the importance of strength training while lamenting the lack of volume. Brady's on school holidays and helps set Archie up for the upcoming Valencia Half. Berlin Marathon Eliud Kipchoge set a new World Record of 2:01:09, breaking his previous world record by over half a minute, splitting halfway in 59:51. Tigist Assefa of Ethiopia ran the 3rd fastest time in history, 2:15:37 to break her previous personal best by 19 minutes. Lisa Weightman ran the third all-time fastest Australian marathon in 2:24:00. Official Berlin Marathon Results https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/eliud-kipchoge-runs-world-record-in-berlin-tigist-assefa-sets-sensational-course-record/?fbclid=IwAR1RwaYvUnoxmZZLMtybIli7P_L2lZCiuhc08s2xFM5HUga0pJY8hm8sZQE Kane Cornes, 2:34 marathoner, former Port Adelaide football player and commentator just finished his ultra-journey from Adelaide to Melbourne for MyRoom Children's Cancer Charity raising over $362,000 and chats with the boys about the run, how he paced the journey, dealing with the mental aspect and highway traffic. Kane also chats about his future plans to lower his marathon best under 2:30, the impact the run has on the footy world, discussing other cross-country ultra runs and whether he took inspiration from Moose on the Loose. You can still donate to Kane's Run here. https://www.instagram.com/p/Ci1Y4DHpOex/ Listener Question of the week asks the boys about knowing when to push through fatigue in a longer workout, when it gets difficult or when an injury nears. Moose on the Loose goes off on the cliched excuse of when isn't “your day” when you've had the best of conditions on the day. With the Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival on this coming Sunday 2nd October, the boys hosted a livestream which featured several question and answer sessions. Izzi Batt-Doyle making her marathon debut coming off Commonwealth Games earlier, explaining why she chosen to move up to the marathon now. Competition Director Tim Crosbie gives a preview of the elite fields in the Melbourne Marathon and Melbourne Half Marathon and Ben Toomey from Maurten joins to talk about the gels available on the course for runners. Then the boys round out the episode with closing words of wisdom before taking to the streets. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
The new Women's and Children's Hospital will be built on the Thebarton Police Barracks site after a review considered six locations and found it was easily the best. The Attorney General has revealed The FBI will assist local crime-fighting agencies investigating the Optus hack. A South Australian restaurant that sources inspiration and ingredients from its surrounding gardens has been named the country's best. Port Adelaide footy boss Chris Davies says the Power is planning on being “aggressive” this trade period. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription at advertiser.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A gang of youths is behind Adelaide's year-long spate of luxury vehicle thefts and wild police chases that have been causing mayhem on the roads, it can be revealed. Charges of theft against convicted South Australia drug smuggler Cassandra Sainsbury have been dropped at the request of a small Yorke Peninsula tennis club. Authorities are investigating claims by two councillors that an influx of more than 300 voters in their West Torrens ward may be a local government election scam. And in sport, they say good things come in threes, but at Port Adelaide, it seems better things might come in fives. For updates and breaking news throughout the day, take out a subscription at advertiser.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Port Adelaide AFLW star Kate Surman discusses historic first season with Power and expands on the story of her career so far on the Arvo Flow with Ellis Gelios on the Flow Friday Sports Show.
The Port Adelaide Football Club thumped the Sydney Swans in their round 4 AFLW clash at Alberton last weekend in what was the club's first victory in the competition. The Power travel to the Gold Coast this weekend to take on the Suns and Ange Foley admitted her attention had strayed during the week to the looming Showdown next Saturday evening.
Episode 204 - A Yank on the Footy - A chat with Bevan Jones of Legends with Bevo In this episode, I discuss Port Adelaide's season and the Grand Final with Bevan Jones of the Legends with Bevo podcast. New podcast website If you want to help with the birthday card project for my mom, please share a birthday card, and a picture or anecdote that makes you happy. Her birthday is in mid-November. The mailing address is: Anne Wessels c/o Craig Wessels 1124 McKinley St. Sandusky Ohio 44870 USA Guest Intake Form - link Want to help out the podcast? Leave me a review! Buy me a coffee, Podcast fundraiser Podcast "merch" storefront @Yank_on A Yank on the Footy Podcast - Home | Facebook email@example.com MykAussie.tv AFANA.com TV schedule Club of the Round, sponsored by mykaussie.tv - Philadelphia Hawks of the USAFL USAFL – Philadelphia Hawks Philadelphia Hawks Australian Football Club MAILING LIST signup: I hope you'll consider signing up for the mailing list, so you'll be the first to have the new episode dropped off right into your inbox. You can sign up for the mailing list that is on ayankonthefooty.com For crisis support, please contact: Lifeline http://lifeline.org.au 13 11 14 Beyond Blue http://beyondblue.org.au 1300 22 4636 In the U.S.: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ 1-800-273-8255 – Active duty military and veterans, dial 988 and press 1
We're obviously just not doing it for Griff as he wants to spice things up and play with others. Boatloads going on in the harbour so it is time to Restump Podcast all the news in purple shoes. Apparently, if you listen to the revenue generating click bait media, every Freo player and his dog, or in Rory's and Acres' case their emotional support animals, wants out. It's an ‘exodus' they tell us! Griffin Logue, Rory Lobb, Blake Acres, Darcy Tucker and Liam Henry are all, let's say, restless.Which of those players in their positions would we not be looking to improve on anyway? They are not vehicles to the promised land and given a few of them having had career best years, they probably couldn't take us any further than we ventured this year. We dig a little deeper and dissect each player's reasoning and their trade prospects.Speaking of vehicles, arguably the greater loss may be that of Josh Carr. He ping ponged between Port Adelaide and Fremantle his entire playing days and now looks set to continue throughout his coaching career. He may be in teal a while though as he does look their future head coach when the Ken Hinkley bell rings.Deliberately speaking of segway Bells, another of the non-playing brigade appears likely to set sail from the port in the form of General Manager of Football Operations, Peter Bell. Like Josh Carr, is Belly ping ponging yet again back to his former club to take on the CEO role? If so which cap will he wearing in the Griffin Logue tussle? Sadly, he couldn't take home Charlie but it was a big result for Andy Brayshaw last night. 20 votes prior to the bye but then just 5 on the run home. Opposing teams rightfully had to up their defensive work into the future captain.Will Brodie took home an appropriate workmanlike 11 votes to finish second for Freo while the umps got a bit bedazzled with a few goals of Rory's and gifted him 7 to round out the top three.What has happened to former Freo great Paul HaSENby? Another seemingly outlandish suggestion from him that Josh Schache could suit us in a trade with the Bulldogs for Rory Lobb! Is Hase on a clicks and listens performance based contract? Does he have quotas to fill?Believe it or not the usual fence sitting and controversy avoiding Jojo takes a shot the AFL and its hypocrisy over the gambling influence and saturation of last night's Brownlow count. However, I'm not sure Jojo didn't take the $6 about Andy and is just dark he didn't get up.There's no shortage of Docker dot points to discuss so let's put on the purple peepers, peruse what's prominent at the port and fill up on our fair share of Freo fanfare.
Round 4 of the AFLW season sees the Brisbane Lions announce themselves against the Demons at Casey Fields, Adelaide has overcome the undefeated Collingwood while Port Adelaide comes away with the club's first-ever win over the Swans. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
AFL.com.au journalist Riley Beveridge joined Gerard to talk about how Karl Amon's compensation may be used for the Junior Rioli trade at Port Adelaide, what the Bulldogs may have to give up for Rory Lobb, the restricted free agents on the market, Josh Dunkley's potential move to Brisbane or Port Adelaide, North Melbourne's chances of trading pick one, and more.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Essendon considers James Hird as coach (0:00); The unanswered questions for James Hird (1:56); Essendon's coaching selection process (4:37); Lachie Neale aims to become the 16th dual Brownlow Medallist (12:27); Karl Amon appears on the Trade Radio launch (19:28) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Heading into the 2004 season, the Brisbane Lions were on a quest to become just the second club in VFL/AFL history to win four premierships in a row. In this episode, Jason Akermanis shares his disappointment with the AFL, revealing he still believes the league didn't want the Lions to win four flags in a row, which is why they were made to play their "home" preliminary final against Geelong at the MCG. While they ultimately got over the line against the Cats, the Lions ran out of steam the following week against Port Adelaide and lost the grand final. Join the 2001 Brownlow medallist and host Shane McInnes as they discuss the 2004 preliminary final between Brisbane and Geelong, on Footy: Then and Now. --------------------------------------------------------------------Each Wednesday, Shane McInnes is joined by champions of the game to step down memory lane and discuss a momentous edition of a corresponding match of that round.Never-before-heard stories about iconic footy moments, life after footy, and plenty of banter and insight to get you hyped for the round ahead!Don't miss an episode: Follow/Subscribe to Footy: Then and Now on your podcast platform of choice today.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nathan Buckley analysed the Jarrod Berry tribunal case, coaching legend David Parkin shared his impressions of this year's finals series so far, Sam Edmund rang the Trade Bell as a suitor for Port Adelaide forward Mitch Georgiades emerges, Andrew Voss on the excitement building around the Swans in Sydney, and Sarah Olle updated her top five players in the AFLW.
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Garry and Tim to talk about Jarrod Berry's tribunal hearing last night, the coaching shortlist at Essendon, what Melbourne may be expecting in return for Luke Jackson, Junior Rioli's likely move to Port Adelaide, and more.
AFL.com.au journalist Sarah Olle joined Gerard for an AFLW recap where she chatted about Port Adelaide's draw with Carlton, the Brisbane Lions' early dominance, Tayla Harris' suspension, Essendon's big win against West Coast, and to reveal her updated top five players in the competition.
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Gerard in the studio to discuss Luke Jackson's likely trade request, West Coast's interest in Mitch Georgiades, Port Adelaide's interest in Kysaiah Pickett, Bradley Hill's potential move to North Melbourne, why Ollie Henry is "one to watch" this off-season, Josh Dunkley's chances of moving interstate, and more.
Is Essendon on-track to put together the best first season by an expansion club in their debut year? The Western Bulldogs have taken contested marking to another level while Port Adelaide secure the club's first ever Premiership points in a drawn match against Carlton. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Josh Gabelich bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily Essendon misses out on its next coaching preference (0:00); Is Essendon an unpopular place for prospective coaches? (4:50); Port Adelaide turns its eye west (9:46); The Collingwood stars on fire and the one that must be replaced (12:31) Fremantle's selection conundrum (18:49) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Gerard in the studio to talk about Ross Lyon's decision to decline Essendon's approach, the picks GWS want in return for Tim Taranto, Jacob Hopper and Bobby Hill, the Victorian interest in Tanner Bruhn, Lloyd Meek's likely to GWS, Willie Rioli's potential move to Port Adelaide, the players who could be on the move at Carlton, and to answer your whispers/questions.
Kane Cornes joined Gerard from the Adelaide studio to talk about Nick Kyrgios' efforts at the US Open this year, his induction into the South Australian football hall of fame, Ross Lyon's decision to pull out of the Essendon coaching race, Port Adelaide's decision to sign Josh Carr as a senior assistant and what that might mean for Ken Hinkley, why Richmond are coming across as "petulant", the "embarrassment" of going out of the finals in straight sets, and more.
Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage are joined by: Dockers' AFLW Captain - Hayley Miller; 4x SANFL Premiership Player & Co-Host of 'Kane & Hayesy' - Andrew Hayes; and Former AFL Umpire - Dean Margetts. Plus 'Comings & Goings' and 'On This Day'.
SEN Chief Sports reporter Sam Edmund joined Gerard in the studio to ring the Trade Bell, where he talked about Richmond's pursuit of Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper, Josh Dunkley's uncertain future, Darcy Gardiner's situation at Brisbane, Gold Coast's offer to Jason Johannisen, Willie Rioli's likely move to Port Adelaide, your questions/whispers, and more.
Co-Host of "Kane & Hayesy" and 4x SANFL Premiership Player for Central Districts, Andrew Hayes, caught up with Scott Cummings & Tim Gossage to discuss the latest AFL news including Junior Rioli's potential move to Port Adelaide.
With the AFLW season set to get underway this weekend, AFLW General Manager Nicole Livingstone joined Sam and Bucks to talk about their preparations ahead of the season, the entire fixture, the length of the season, Erin Phillips' return to Port Adelaide, ticket prices, the release of the AFLW documentary on Disney Plus, and more.
Brenton Sanderson spent almost three decades as a professional athlete and coach. Now, he's neither. He played AFL footy for Adelaide, Collingwood and Geelong (209 games), won a B & F with Geelong, was an assistant coach at Port Adelaide, Geelong and Collingwood, was the senior coach of the Adelaide Football Club (2012 – 2014), won the NAB Cup in 2012 and was sacked with the second highest winning percentage of all Adelaide Coaches. This was a great chat with Sando and we covered everything from footy, business, coaching, tough crowds (as a speaker) and life beyond sport (for athletes and coaches) to mental health, mindset, blokes being vulnerable, the changing culture of footy, asking for help, his personal battles when he was sacked from the Crows, his current gig and lots more. Enjoy. evolveperformance.com.auSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.