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Beginnings: Adelaide Football Club, nicknamed The Crows, are an Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League, reigning from Adelaide, South Australia. EST 1990

Records:
  • * Highest score: 30.8 (188) against Essendon at AAMI Stadium on 2 June, 2006
  • * Longest winning streak: 10 games (Rounds 13–22, 2005)
  • * Longest losing streak: 10 games (Round 18 1999 to Round 5 2000)
  • * Largest home attendance: 51,140 against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium on 26 April 2003
  • * Largest attendance: 99,645 against St. Kilda at the Melbourne Cricket Ground – 1997 Grand Final
  • * Most Goals in a Game: Tony Modra 13 goals vs Richmond (1993), Tony Modra 13 goals vs Carlton (1994)
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 139 points – Round 16, 1993 v Richmond at Football Park
  • * Largest Losing Margin: 141 points – Round 17, 2004 v Brisbane at Gabba
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
5 Adelaide 22 16 6 0 2483 1795 138.3 64

Be like Bryce

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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Press Conference 191017

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: New Crows recruits Bryce Gibbs looks on during an Adelaide Crows press conference at the Nixon Hotel on October 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Prized recruit Bryce Gibbs gave fans another reason to download the official Crows App in his first press conference at the Club.

Speaking about adjusting to his new life as a Crow, Gibbs mentioned one main difficulty.

“Just learning everyone’s name, that’s probably been the most challenging thing,” Gibbs told reporters at West Lakes on Wednesday.

“You look from afar and you look on the App at night and just refresh your memory before coming into training, which has been good.”

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Bryce has been using our App to learn the names of his new teammates.

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AFLW: From hoops to goalposts

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Football has always been a major part of Eloise Jones and her family’s lives.

Jones started playing when she was three, always loved it and was good at it too, already making All Australian twice in her short career.

However, the 18-year-old was almost lost to footy.

With no elite-level competition to aspire to, she gave the game away in 2013.

“At that stage women’s footy wasn’t going anywhere, it was just club level, not well known and people looked down on women’s footy,” Jones said.

Jones wasn’t keen on going to university.

“Academically I’m not the greatest so I was never going to study,” she said.

“My parents realised at a young age that sport was the way to go for me.”

And so, she started focusing on basketball, knowing that there was a future for her in the sport and opportunities to go play in America and make a career out of it.

It wasn’t until plans for the AFL Women’s...


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'I'm not entitled to anything'

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Bryce Gibbs Presser November 29 Bryce Gibbs speaks to the media after beginning pre-season training with the Crows for the first time.

AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Press Conference 191017

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: New Crows recruits Bryce Gibbs looks on during an Adelaide Crows press conference at the Nixon Hotel on October 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

STAR Adelaide recruit Bryce Gibbs is going back to square one as he aims to make a strong first impression at the Crows.

The 28-year-old was Adelaide's big-name signing during the off-season and began training with the club's first-to-fourth-year players on Monday. 

Gibbs - who was the No. 1 draft pick in 2006 and played 231 games for Carlton - isn't taking anything for granted. 

 "It's about earning the respect of the playing group, coming from another club, so it's head down, bum up, train hard," Gibbs said on Wednesday. 

"I've...


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Jackson keen to make own mark

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Jackson & Tyson Edwards The Crows latest father-son recruit Jackson Edwards, and his father, two time premiership winner Tyson speak about their journey.

Adelaide may have secured home-grown product Jackson Edwards under the father-son rule in Monday’s NAB AFL Rookie Draft, but the son of 300-game champion Tyson is looking to forge his own path.

Despite the Crows having committed to taking the 18-year-old midfielder as a rookie after he was overlooked in last Friday’s AFL National Draft, Jackson admitted he found it hard to relax until his selection was confirmed.

“It’s pretty special following in Dad’s footsteps. I also get to stay home with the family. It was a bit of a stressful wait, but it’s all done now and I’m looking forward to it,” Jackson said.

“On Friday, I was a bit nervous leading into it (the national draft) and a little bit disappointed that I didn’t get picked up,...


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Fogarty dons famous number

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First-round draft pick Darcy Fogarty will wear the prized No.32 at Adelaide.

Fogarty, 18, was snapped up by the Crows with pick No.12 in last Friday’s NAB AFL Draft.

The powerful Glenelg utility has taken over number made famous by Brownlow Medallist and former Crows captain Mark Ricciuto.

One of only four previous owners of No.32 at Adelaide, Ricciuto wore the jumper in 321 games.

Ex-Crow Patrick Dangerfield, who started his career in No.19, moved into locker No.32 in 2009.

Dangerfield wore the guernsey for seven seasons, including his Club Champion-winning year of 2015

Inaugural squad member Bruce Lindsay was the first player to wear No.32 in an AFL game for Adelaide, while Carlton recruit Troy Menzel was its most recent owner.

The guernsey has been worn for the Crows in a total of 476 AFL games.

Darcy Fogarty with Mark Ricciuto

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First-round draft pick Darcy Fogarty will wear the prized No.32 at Adelaide.

Fogarty, 18, was snapped up by the Crows with pick No.12 in last Friday’s NAB AFL Draft.

The powerful Glenelg utility has taken over number made famous by Brownlow Medallist and former Crows captain Mark Ricciuto.

One of only four previous owners of No.32 at Adelaide, Ricciuto wore the jumper in 321 games.

Ex-Crow Patrick Dangerfield, who started his career in No.19, moved into locker No.32 in 2009.

Dangerfield wore the guernsey for seven seasons, including his Club Champion-winning year of 2015

Inaugural squad member Bruce Lindsay was the first player to wear No.32 in an AFL game for Adelaide, while Carlton recruit Troy Menzel was its most recent owner.

The guernsey has been worn for the Crows in a total of 476 AFL games.

Darcy Fogarty with Mark Ricciuto

The remainder of Adelaide’s 2018 draft class will...


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Fogarty dons famous number

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First-round draft pick Darcy Fogarty will wear the prized No.32 at Adelaide.

Fogarty, 18, was snapped up by the Crows with pick No.12 in last Friday’s NAB AFL Draft.

The powerful Glenelg utility has taken over number made famous by Brownlow Medallist and former Crows captain Mark Ricciuto.

One of only four previous owners of No.32 at Adelaide, Ricciuto wore the jumper in 321 games.

Ex-Crow Patrick Dangerfield, who started his career in No.19, moved into locker No.32 in 2009.

Dangerfield wore the guernsey for seven seasons, including his Club Champion-winning year of 2015

Inaugural squad member Bruce Lindsay was the first player to wear No.32 in an AFL game for Adelaide, while Carlton recruit Troy Menzel was its most recent owner.

The guernsey has been worn for the Crows in a total of 476 AFL games.

Darcy Fogarty with Mark Ricciuto

The remainder of Adelaide’s 2018 draft class will...


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What they said: AFL Draft

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AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

The external media have weighed in on Adelaide’s AFL Draft haul, with overwhelmingly positive verdicts after the Crows selected South Australian duo Darcy Fogarty (pick No.12) and Andrew McPherson (pick No.40) on Friday night.

AFL Media draft guru Callum Twomey declared the Crows couldn’t have been more pleased with Darcy Fogarty being available at their first pick.  Twomey also stated Fogarty had the potential to be the best player in this year’s draft, a sentiment echoed by fellow AFL Media reporter Dinny Navaratnam, who referred to the explosive forward as ‘one of the steals of the draft.’

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AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

The external media have weighed in on Adelaide’s AFL Draft haul, with overwhelmingly positive verdicts after the Crows selected South Australian duo Darcy Fogarty (pick No.12) and Andrew McPherson (pick No.40) on Friday night.

AFL Media draft guru Callum Twomey declared the Crows couldn’t have been more pleased with Darcy Fogarty being available at their first pick.  Twomey also stated Fogarty had the potential to be the best player in this year’s draft, a sentiment echoed by fellow AFL Media reporter Dinny Navaratnam, who referred to the explosive forward as ‘one of the steals of the draft.’

Herald Sun draft expert Gary...


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AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

The external media have weighed in on Adelaide’s AFL Draft haul, with overwhelmingly positive verdicts after the Crows selected South Australian duo Darcy Fogarty (pick No.12) and Andrew McPherson (pick No.40) on Friday night.

AFL Media draft guru Callum Twomey declared the Crows couldn’t have been more pleased with Darcy Fogarty being available at their first pick.  Twomey also stated Fogarty had the potential to be the best player in this year’s draft, a sentiment echoed by fellow AFL Media reporter Dinny Navaratnam, who referred to the explosive forward as ‘one of the steals of the draft.’

Herald Sun draft expert Gary...


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What they said: AFL Draft

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AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

The external media have weighed in on Adelaide’s AFL Draft haul, with overwhelmingly positive verdicts after the Crows selected South Australian duo Darcy Fogarty (pick No.12) and Andrew McPherson (pick No.40) on Friday night.

AFL Media draft guru Callum Twomey declared the Crows couldn’t have been more pleased with Darcy Fogarty being available at their first pick.  Twomey also stated Fogarty had the potential to be the best player in this year’s draft, a sentiment echoed by fellow AFL Media reporter Dinny Navaratnam, who referred to the explosive forward as ‘one of the steals of the draft.’

Herald Sun draft expert Gary...


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What they said: AFL Draft

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AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

The external media have weighed in on Adelaide’s AFL Draft haul, with overwhelmingly positive verdicts after the Crows selected South Australian duo Darcy Fogarty (pick No.12) and Andrew McPherson (pick No.40) on Friday night.

AFL Media draft guru Callum Twomey declared the Crows couldn’t have been more pleased with Darcy Fogarty being available at their first pick.  Twomey also stated Fogarty had the potential to be the best player in this year’s draft, a sentiment echoed by fellow AFL Media reporter Dinny Navaratnam, who referred to the explosive forward as ‘one of the steals of the draft.’

Herald Sun draft expert Gary...


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Rookie Draft by the numbers

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AFL 2017 Round 20 - Adelaide v Port Adelaide

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Sam Jacobs of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 20 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Port Adelaide Power at Adelaide Oval on August 06, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

THE NAB AFL Rookie Draft on Monday provides another opportunity for players who were overlooked in last week's national draft.

Here's a statistical snapshot of what the Rookie Draft has contributed to the game, courtesy of stats guru Cam Sinclair.

  • There have been 1278 Rookie Draft selections made since 1997.
  • Recently retired Western Bulldogs premiership player Matthew Boyd holds the games record for a rookie draftee with 292, ahead of former West Coast ruckman Dean Cox (290) and ex-St Kilda goalsneak Stephen Milne (275).
  • Seven rookie draftees have played at least 250 games.
  • Thirty-one rookie draftees have played at least 200...

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AFL 2017 Round 20 - Adelaide v Port Adelaide

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Sam Jacobs of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 20 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Port Adelaide Power at Adelaide Oval on August 06, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

THE NAB AFL Rookie Draft on Monday provides another opportunity for players who were overlooked in last week's national draft.

Here's a statistical snapshot of what the Rookie Draft has contributed to the game, courtesy of stats guru Cam Sinclair.

  • There have been 1278 Rookie Draft selections made since 1997.
  • Recently retired Western Bulldogs premiership player Matthew Boyd holds the games record for a rookie draftee with 292, ahead of former West Coast ruckman Dean Cox (290) and ex-St Kilda goalsneak Stephen Milne (275).
  • Seven rookie draftees have played at least 250 games.
  • Thirty-one rookie draftees have played at least 200...

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AFL 2017 Round 20 - Adelaide v Port Adelaide

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Sam Jacobs of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 20 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Port Adelaide Power at Adelaide Oval on August 06, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

THE NAB AFL Rookie Draft on Monday provides another opportunity for players who were overlooked in last week's national draft.

Here's a statistical snapshot of what the Rookie Draft has contributed to the game, courtesy of stats guru Cam Sinclair.

  • There have been 1278 Rookie Draft selections made since 1997.
  • Recently retired Western Bulldogs premiership player Matthew Boyd holds the games record for a rookie draftee with 292, ahead of former West Coast ruckman Dean Cox (290) and ex-St Kilda goalsneak Stephen Milne (275).
  • Seven rookie draftees have played at least 250 games.
  • Thirty-one rookie draftees have played at least 200...

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Rookie Draft by the numbers

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AFL 2017 Round 20 - Adelaide v Port Adelaide

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Sam Jacobs of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 20 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Port Adelaide Power at Adelaide Oval on August 06, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

THE NAB AFL Rookie Draft on Monday provides another opportunity for players who were overlooked in last week's national draft.

Here's a statistical snapshot of what the Rookie Draft has contributed to the game, courtesy of stats guru Cam Sinclair.

  • There have been 1278 Rookie Draft selections made since 1997.
  • Recently retired Western Bulldogs premiership player Matthew Boyd holds the games record for a rookie draftee with 292, ahead of former West Coast ruckman Dean Cox (290) and ex-St Kilda goalsneak Stephen Milne (275).
  • Seven rookie draftees have played at least 250 games.
  • Thirty-one rookie draftees have played at least 200...

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Rookie Draft by the numbers

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AFL 2017 Round 20 - Adelaide v Port Adelaide

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 06: Sam Jacobs of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 20 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Port Adelaide Power at Adelaide Oval on August 06, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

THE NAB AFL Rookie Draft on Monday provides another opportunity for players who were overlooked in last week's national draft.

Here's a statistical snapshot of what the Rookie Draft has contributed to the game, courtesy of stats guru Cam Sinclair.

  • There have been 1278 Rookie Draft selections made since 1997.
  • Recently retired Western Bulldogs premiership player Matthew Boyd holds the games record for a rookie draftee with 292, ahead of former West Coast ruckman Dean Cox (290) and ex-St Kilda goalsneak Stephen Milne (275).
  • Seven rookie draftees have played at least 250 games.
  • Thirty-one rookie draftees have played at least 200...

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Rookie pick 38: Lachlan Murphy

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Adelaide - 2017 SANFL trial v Sturt

Lachlan Murphy - Photo by AFC Media

Lachlan Murphy
Height: 178cm
Weight: 74kg
Position: Defender
DOB: 4/12/98
From: Crows SANFL Development Squad/Northern Knights

BIO: Skilful and courageous small defender who excelled in his first season of senior football as part of Adelaide’s SANFL development squad. From Victoria, Murphy played every game for the SANFL Crows and won the Dean Bailey Award as the Club’s best and most dedicated development player. He finished fourth in Adelaide’s State League Club Champion count and earned the SANFL’s Breakthrough Player award on debut in Round One. A rebounding backman, Murphy ranked second at the SANFL Crows for effective kicks and rebound 50ms, and finished third at the Club for marks and disposals. He also collected more intercept possessions than any other Crow outside of League leader Tom Doedee. The versatile left-footer, who played as an inside...


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Clubs ready for rookie fest

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AFL 2016 Training - Adelaide 211216

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection

FOR THE second straight year there will be no NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft, after clubs with spare list spots advised the League they would be not participating in it on Monday afternoon.

The AFL also released the order of selections ahead of the rookie draft, which begins via teleconference from around the country at approximately 5pm AEDT on Monday.

There will be 43 picks available for the rookie draft among clubs, which will include Adelaide taking father-son prospect Jackson Edwards.

Cillian McDaid (Carlton), Luke Lavender (Essendon) and Tom Jeffries (North Melbourne) have already been pre-selected as category B rookies.

A total of seven players have also already been locked in as northern academy and Next Generation Academy players, with Gold Coast adding Jacob Dawson and Jacob Heron to its list, and...


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AFL 2016 Training - Adelaide 211216

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection

FOR THE second straight year there will be no NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft, after clubs with spare list spots advised the League they would be not participating in it on Monday afternoon.

The AFL also released the order of selections ahead of the rookie draft, which begins via teleconference from around the country at approximately 5pm AEDT on Monday.

There will be 43 picks available for the rookie draft among clubs, which will include Adelaide taking father-son prospect Jackson Edwards.

Cillian McDaid (Carlton), Luke Lavender (Essendon) and Tom Jeffries (North Melbourne) have already been pre-selected as category B rookies.

A total of seven players have also already been locked in as northern academy and Next Generation Academy players, with Gold Coast adding Jacob Dawson and Jacob Heron to its list, and...


Read full article...


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AFL 2016 Training - Adelaide 211216

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection

FOR THE second straight year there will be no NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft, after clubs with spare list spots advised the League they would be not participating in it on Monday afternoon.

The AFL also released the order of selections ahead of the rookie draft, which begins via teleconference from around the country at approximately 5pm AEDT on Monday.

There will be 43 picks available for the rookie draft among clubs, which will include Adelaide taking father-son prospect Jackson Edwards.

Cillian McDaid (Carlton), Luke Lavender (Essendon) and Tom Jeffries (North Melbourne) have already been pre-selected as category B rookies.

A total of seven players have also already been locked in as northern academy and Next Generation Academy players, with Gold Coast adding Jacob Dawson and Jacob Heron to its list, and...


Read full article...


Clubs ready for rookie fest

4316291 clubs-ready-for-rookie-fest
AFL 2016 Training - Adelaide 211216

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection

FOR THE second straight year there will be no NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft, after clubs with spare list spots advised the League they would be not participating in it on Monday afternoon.

The AFL also released the order of selections ahead of the rookie draft, which begins via teleconference from around the country at approximately 5pm AEDT on Monday.

There will be 43 picks available for the rookie draft among clubs, which will include Adelaide taking father-son prospect Jackson Edwards.

Cillian McDaid (Carlton), Luke Lavender (Essendon) and Tom Jeffries (North Melbourne) have already been pre-selected as category B rookies.

A total of seven players have also already been locked in as northern academy and Next Generation Academy players, with Gold Coast adding Jacob Dawson and Jacob Heron to its list, and...


Read full article...


Clubs ready for rookie fest

4316293 clubs-ready-for-rookie-fest
AFL 2016 Training - Adelaide 211216

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection

FOR THE second straight year there will be no NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft, after clubs with spare list spots advised the League they would be not participating in it on Monday afternoon.

The AFL also released the order of selections ahead of the rookie draft, which begins via teleconference from around the country at approximately 5pm AEDT on Monday.

There will be 43 picks available for the rookie draft among clubs, which will include Adelaide taking father-son prospect Jackson Edwards.

Cillian McDaid (Carlton), Luke Lavender (Essendon) and Tom Jeffries (North Melbourne) have already been pre-selected as category B rookies.

A total of seven players have also already been locked in as northern academy and Next Generation Academy players, with Gold Coast adding Jacob Dawson and Jacob Heron to its list, and...


Read full article...


Crows secure second father-son

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AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

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AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

Also a member of...


Read full article...


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AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

Also a member of...


Read full article...


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AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

Also a member of...


Read full article...


Crows secure second father-son

4316295 crows-secure-second-father-son
AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

Also a member of...


Read full article...


Crows secure second father-son

4316299 crows-secure-second-father-son
AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

Also a member of...


Read full article...


Crows secure second father-son

4316301 crows-secure-second-father-son
AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

Jackson Edwards is officially a Crow

Jackson Edwards has joined Adelaide as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.

After last month committing to taking Edwards as a rookie, the Crows officially secured the eldest son of 300-game champion Tyson on Monday.

Edwards slipped through the National Draft on Friday night and when all 18 AFL clubs opted not to participate in the Pre-Season Draft, the 18-year-old automatically joined Adelaide’s rookie list.

It’s the same path his cousin Ben Jarman – son of premiership hero Darren – followed to arrive at West Lakes last season.

A 185cm, 75kg midfielder, Edwards represented South Australia at the AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging an equal-team high 24 disposals across the carnival.

The skilful and composed left-footer made his league debut for Glenelg in Round 15 and held his spot for the remainder of the season.

Also a member of...


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Camp oven
Large cast iron pot with a lid, for cooking on a open fire

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Homer

When will I learn? The answer to lifes problems arent at the bottom of a bottle, theyre on TV!

Groucho Marx

Well, Art is Art, isn't it? Still, on the other hand, water is water. And east is east and west is west and if you take cranberries and stew them like applesauce they taste much more like prunes than rhubarb does. Now you tell me what you know.

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