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Beginnings: Carlton Football Club, nicknamed The Blues, is one of the 16 Australian rules football clubs in the Australian Football League (AFL). The Blues is the third oldest club in the Australian Football League and one of the oldest Australian rules football clubs. The club were the first premiers of the Victorian Football Association (VFA) in 1877,[1] and, along with Essendon, share the most premierships of any VFL/AFL club with 16. EST 1864

Records:
  • * VFL/AFL Premiers – 1906-08, 1914-15, 1938, 1945, 1947, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1981-82, 1987, 1995
  • * VFL/AFL runners-up – 1909-10, 1916, 1921, 1932, 1949, 1962, 1969, 1973, 1986, 1993, 1999
  • * VFL/AFL Pre-season Premiers – 1983, 1997
  • * Challenge Cup Premiers – 1869, 71, 1873-75
  • * VFA Premiers – 1877, 1887
  • * VFA runners-up – 1879, 1889-91
  • * Brownlow Medallists – Bert Deacon (1947), John James (1961), Gordon Collis (1964), Greg Williams (1994)
  • * Coleman Medallists (AFL leading goalkicker) – Tom Carroll (51 goals, 1961), Brendan Fevola (84 goals, 2006), (86 goals, 2009)
  • * Games record holder 375 - Craig Bradley (1986-2002)
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
14 Carlton 22 7 15 0 1568 1978 79.3 28

Schumacher: 'Best moment of my life'

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Angus Schumacher couldn’t contain his emotions when contacted at his home in the south-east Bendigo suburb of Strathfieldsaye last night. His name had just been called by Carlton, the club he’d supported his entire life, with the selection earned from Adelaide (70) as part of the Bryce Gibbs trade. 

“This is by far the best moment of my life,” Schumacher said.

“I was sitting at home thinking ‘Oh no, I don’t think it’s going to happen and then . . . oh, it’s a dream come true. I’ve gone for the Blues my whole life. I don’t know what to say.” 

Schumacher’s passion for all things navy blue can be put down to his maternal uncle, Bronte Sandercock, who lives in Victor Harbor, South Australia from where the Schumachers themselves originally hailed. 

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Angus Schumacher couldn’t contain his emotions when contacted at his home in the south-east Bendigo suburb of Strathfieldsaye last night. His name had just been called by Carlton, the club he’d supported his entire life, with the selection earned from Adelaide (70) as part of the Bryce Gibbs trade. 

“This is by far the best moment of my life,” Schumacher said.

“I was sitting at home thinking ‘Oh no, I don’t think it’s going to happen and then . . . oh, it’s a dream come true. I’ve gone for the Blues my whole life. I don’t know what to say.” 

Schumacher’s passion for all things navy blue can be put down to his maternal uncle, Bronte Sandercock, who lives in Victor Harbor, South Australia from where the Schumachers themselves originally hailed. 

“He pretty much bribed me with a couple of...


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Schumacher: 'Best moment of my life'

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Angus Schumacher couldn’t contain his emotions when contacted at his home in the south-east Bendigo suburb of Strathfieldsaye last night. His name had just been called by Carlton, the club he’d supported his entire life, with the selection earned from Adelaide (70) as part of the Bryce Gibbs trade. 

“This is by far the best moment of my life,” Schumacher said.

“I was sitting at home thinking ‘Oh no, I don’t think it’s going to happen and then . . . oh, it’s a dream come true. I’ve gone for the Blues my whole life. I don’t know what to say.” 

Schumacher’s passion for all things navy blue can be put down to his maternal uncle, Bronte Sandercock, who lives in Victor Harbor, South Australia from where the Schumachers themselves originally hailed. 

“He pretty much bribed me with a couple of...


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Pick 78: Jarrod Garlett

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Carlton Football Club has selected former Gold Coast Suns player Jarrod Garlett with pick 78 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Originally hailing from Western Australia, Garlett was drafted to the Suns with their first-round selection in 2014.

After playing 17 games and kicking 10 goals for Gold Coast, Garlett made the tough decision last year to return home and give up his AFL contract to be with his terminally ill brother.

Since returning to WA his brother has thankfully made a miraculous recovery, stunning every doctor in the process. Garlett believes everything happens for a reason, with the pacy midfielder now focused on living his dream to once again play AFL.

With pace, toughness and damaging skills in his bag of tricks, Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said...


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Carlton Football Club has selected former Gold Coast Suns player Jarrod Garlett with pick 78 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Originally hailing from Western Australia, Garlett was drafted to the Suns with their first-round selection in 2014.

After playing 17 games and kicking 10 goals for Gold Coast, Garlett made the tough decision last year to return home and give up his AFL contract to be with his terminally ill brother.

Since returning to WA his brother has thankfully made a miraculous recovery, stunning every doctor in the process. Garlett believes everything happens for a reason, with the pacy midfielder now focused on living his dream to once again play AFL.

With pace, toughness and damaging skills in his bag of tricks, Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said...


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Pick 78: Jarrod Garlett

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Carlton Football Club has selected former Gold Coast Suns player Jarrod Garlett with pick 78 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Originally hailing from Western Australia, Garlett was drafted to the Suns with their first-round selection in 2014.

After playing 17 games and kicking 10 goals for Gold Coast, Garlett made the tough decision last year to return home and give up his AFL contract to be with his terminally ill brother.

Since returning to WA his brother has thankfully made a miraculous recovery, stunning every doctor in the process. Garlett believes everything happens for a reason, with the pacy midfielder now focused on living his dream to once again play AFL.

With pace, toughness and damaging skills in his bag of tricks, Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said...


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Pick 70: Angus Schumacher

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Carlton has selected boyhood Bluebagger Angus Schumacher with pick 70 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

With one of the longest and penetrating kicks in this year’s draft, there’s no wonder the rangy left-footer was the top rebounder in the TAC Cup – averaging nearly four per game.

Showcasing his elite kick at the AFL Draft Combine in October, the young Bendigo Pioneer was one of only four players to achieve a perfect score in the goalkicking test.

The young defender also knows how to lay a strong tackle and apply relentless pressure to his opponent, while his quick hands, coupled with his ability to make good decisions, makes him a dangerous prospect.

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said he was impressed with Schumacher’s ability to find time and space with...


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Carlton has selected boyhood Bluebagger Angus Schumacher with pick 70 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

With one of the longest and penetrating kicks in this year’s draft, there’s no wonder the rangy left-footer was the top rebounder in the TAC Cup – averaging nearly four per game.

Showcasing his elite kick at the AFL Draft Combine in October, the young Bendigo Pioneer was one of only four players to achieve a perfect score in the goalkicking test.

The young defender also knows how to lay a strong tackle and apply relentless pressure to his opponent, while his quick hands, coupled with his ability to make good decisions, makes him a dangerous prospect.

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said he was impressed with Schumacher’s ability to find time and space with...


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Pick 70: Angus Schumacher

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Carlton has selected boyhood Bluebagger Angus Schumacher with pick 70 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

With one of the longest and penetrating kicks in this year’s draft, there’s no wonder the rangy left-footer was the top rebounder in the TAC Cup – averaging nearly four per game.

Showcasing his elite kick at the AFL Draft Combine in October, the young Bendigo Pioneer was one of only four players to achieve a perfect score in the goalkicking test.

The young defender also knows how to lay a strong tackle and apply relentless pressure to his opponent, while his quick hands, coupled with his ability to make good decisions, makes him a dangerous prospect.

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said he was impressed with Schumacher’s ability to find time and space with...


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Pick 30: Tom De Koning

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Carlton has landed Dandenong Stingrays ruck Tom De Koning in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Taken with the Blues’ pick 30, he is a member of the AFL Academy and represented Vic Country in the U18 Championships this year.

As a 17-year-old bottom-ager last season, De Koning played one of the most dominant games in the TAC Cup, booting nine goals straight to lead the Stingrays to a 99-point victory.

As the son of former Footscray key position player Terry De Koning, the 18-year-old knows what it takes to succeed at the highest level.

Although he missed the back end of the year with a lacerated kidney, the 200cm utility had already shown his potential – a sentiment echoed by Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni.

“For a 200cm player Tom is excellent with his feet and...


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Carlton has landed Dandenong Stingrays ruck Tom De Koning in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Taken with the Blues’ pick 30, he is a member of the AFL Academy and represented Vic Country in the U18 Championships this year.

As a 17-year-old bottom-ager last season, De Koning played one of the most dominant games in the TAC Cup, booting nine goals straight to lead the Stingrays to a 99-point victory.

As the son of former Footscray key position player Terry De Koning, the 18-year-old knows what it takes to succeed at the highest level.

Although he missed the back end of the year with a lacerated kidney, the 200cm utility had already shown his potential – a sentiment echoed by Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni.

“For a 200cm player Tom is excellent with his feet and...


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Pick 30: Tom De Koning

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Carlton has landed Dandenong Stingrays ruck Tom De Koning in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Taken with the Blues’ pick 30, he is a member of the AFL Academy and represented Vic Country in the U18 Championships this year.

As a 17-year-old bottom-ager last season, De Koning played one of the most dominant games in the TAC Cup, booting nine goals straight to lead the Stingrays to a 99-point victory.

As the son of former Footscray key position player Terry De Koning, the 18-year-old knows what it takes to succeed at the highest level.

Although he missed the back end of the year with a lacerated kidney, the 200cm utility had already shown his potential – a sentiment echoed by Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni.

“For a 200cm player Tom is excellent with his feet and...


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Pick 10: Lochie O'Brien

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The Blues have welcomed young midfielder Lochie O’Brien to the Club, selecting the Bendigo Pioneers product with pick 10 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft. 

Known for his exceptional endurance, the pacy left footer came second in the 2km time trial at the AFL Draft Combine, recording 6:12 minutes – just three seconds behind the winner.

A good decision-maker who possess an elite kick, Blues fans will want the ball in his hands as he runs along the wing breaking the lines to set up his teammates.

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said O’Brien knows how to play to his strengths.

“We actually know Lochie quite well, he did his AFL Academy club week at Carlton and travelled to the Gold Coast with us on our pre-season camp last year, so we know he’ll fit in at the Blues,”...


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The Blues have welcomed young midfielder Lochie O’Brien to the Club, selecting the Bendigo Pioneers product with pick 10 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft. 

Known for his exceptional endurance, the pacy left footer came second in the 2km time trial at the AFL Draft Combine, recording 6:12 minutes – just three seconds behind the winner.

A good decision-maker who possess an elite kick, Blues fans will want the ball in his hands as he runs along the wing breaking the lines to set up his teammates.

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said O’Brien knows how to play to his strengths.

“We actually know Lochie quite well, he did his AFL Academy club week at Carlton and travelled to the Gold Coast with us on our pre-season camp last year, so we know he’ll fit in at the Blues,”...


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Pick 10: Lochie O'Brien

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The Blues have welcomed young midfielder Lochie O’Brien to the Club, selecting the Bendigo Pioneers product with pick 10 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft. 

Known for his exceptional endurance, the pacy left footer came second in the 2km time trial at the AFL Draft Combine, recording 6:12 minutes – just three seconds behind the winner.

A good decision-maker who possess an elite kick, Blues fans will want the ball in his hands as he runs along the wing breaking the lines to set up his teammates.

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni said O’Brien knows how to play to his strengths.

“We actually know Lochie quite well, he did his AFL Academy club week at Carlton and travelled to the Gold Coast with us on our pre-season camp last year, so we know he’ll fit in at the Blues,”...


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Pick 3: Paddy Dow

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Paddy Dow will be bound by blue in 2018, after the Blues selected the pacy midfielder with pick 3 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Named in the U18 All Australian team this year, the Bendigo Pioneers product was a consistent performer in every match and competition he played this year – including the AFL Academy’s game against the Northern Blues. 

Not only can the 18-year-old burst through the midfield and create separation on his opponent, but Dow can also drift forward and be a threat around the goals. This talent was on display when he laced up his boots for Geelong Grammar, kicking seven majors in a single game. 

Unfortunately, his year was cut short by a shoulder injury, but not before showcasing his ability on the field. 

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni believes Dow...


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Paddy Dow will be bound by blue in 2018, after the Blues selected the pacy midfielder with pick 3 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Named in the U18 All Australian team this year, the Bendigo Pioneers product was a consistent performer in every match and competition he played this year – including the AFL Academy’s game against the Northern Blues. 

Not only can the 18-year-old burst through the midfield and create separation on his opponent, but Dow can also drift forward and be a threat around the goals. This talent was on display when he laced up his boots for Geelong Grammar, kicking seven majors in a single game. 

Unfortunately, his year was cut short by a shoulder injury, but not before showcasing his ability on the field. 

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni believes Dow...


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Pick 3: Paddy Dow

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Paddy Dow will be bound by blue in 2018, after the Blues selected the pacy midfielder with pick 3 in the 2017 NAB AFL National Draft.

Named in the U18 All Australian team this year, the Bendigo Pioneers product was a consistent performer in every match and competition he played this year – including the AFL Academy’s game against the Northern Blues. 

Not only can the 18-year-old burst through the midfield and create separation on his opponent, but Dow can also drift forward and be a threat around the goals. This talent was on display when he laced up his boots for Geelong Grammar, kicking seven majors in a single game. 

Unfortunately, his year was cut short by a shoulder injury, but not before showcasing his ability on the field. 

Carlton’s GM of List Management and Strategy Stephen Silvagni believes Dow...


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Coaching structure finalised

Welcome back, David Teague Carlton Media's Grace Phillips sat down for a chat with newly appointed assistant coach David Teague.

Carlton Football Club has finalised its AFL coaching structure for 2018, with John Barker being appointed to the role of Head of Strategy and High Performance. 

Barker will work closely with senior coach Brendon Bolton in key strategic and growth areas of the football program and will drive the principles of the Club’s high performance department. 

Newly appointed senior assistant coach Cameron Bruce will take the reins of the Club’s backline as well as overseeing training strategy and structure, while former Carlton player David Teague returns to Ikon Park looking after the Blues’ forward line.

After two years of leading the Club’s impressive backline, Dale Amos will take on the role of stoppages coach while Tim Clarke will continue to work with the...


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Coaching structure finalised

Welcome back, David Teague Carlton Media's Grace Phillips sat down for a chat with newly appointed assistant coach David Teague.

Carlton Football Club has finalised its AFL coaching structure for 2018, with John Barker being appointed to the role of Head of Strategy and High Performance. 

Barker will work closely with senior coach Brendon Bolton in key strategic and growth areas of the football program and will drive the principles of the Club’s high performance department. 

Newly appointed senior assistant coach Cameron Bruce will take the reins of the Club’s backline as well as overseeing training strategy and structure, while former Carlton player David Teague returns to Ikon Park looking after the Blues’ forward line.

After two years of leading the Club’s impressive backline, Dale Amos will take on the role of stoppages coach while Tim Clarke will continue to work with the...


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2017 Phantom Draft

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WELL, this has been a hard one.

The time has come for AFL.com.au's Phantom Draft top 30, but it has not been easy at all this year. The players at the top end are so even that clubs are still spending the last 48 hours leading up to draft night deciding on their plans. 

Piecing things together, particularly without a lock at No.1, has made the 2017 crop a unique one. 

With things still in flux, we will have the Late Mail Phantom Draft through on Thursday night with all the latest whispers ahead of the NAB AFL Draft in Sydney on Friday night. 

CAMERON RAYNER

POS: Half-forward/midfielder
Ht 187cm Wt 88kg DOB 21/10/1999
From
 Western Jets/Vic Metro

Rayner is the standout player in the pool and one who can change games in a matter of minutes, which has been why he has been touted as the likely No.1 pick for most of the year. As a forward he can take marks and kick goals quickly, and in his...


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WELL, this has been a hard one.

The time has come for AFL.com.au's Phantom Draft top 30, but it has not been easy at all this year. The players at the top end are so even that clubs are still spending the last 48 hours leading up to draft night deciding on their plans. 

Piecing things together, particularly without a lock at No.1, has made the 2017 crop a unique one. 

With things still in flux, we will have the Late Mail Phantom Draft through on Thursday night with all the latest whispers ahead of the NAB AFL Draft in Sydney on Friday night. 

CAMERON RAYNER

POS: Half-forward/midfielder
Ht 187cm Wt 88kg DOB 21/10/1999
From
 Western Jets/Vic Metro

Rayner is the standout player in the pool and one who can change games in a matter of minutes, which has been why he has been touted as the likely No.1 pick for most of the year. As a forward he can take marks and kick goals quickly, and in his...


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2017 Phantom Draft

4308467 2017-phantom-draft

WELL, this has been a hard one.

The time has come for AFL.com.au's Phantom Draft top 30, but it has not been easy at all this year. The players at the top end are so even that clubs are still spending the last 48 hours leading up to draft night deciding on their plans. 

Piecing things together, particularly without a lock at No.1, has made the 2017 crop a unique one. 

With things still in flux, we will have the Late Mail Phantom Draft through on Thursday night with all the latest whispers ahead of the NAB AFL Draft in Sydney on Friday night. 

CAMERON RAYNER

POS: Half-forward/midfielder
Ht 187cm Wt 88kg DOB 21/10/1999
From
 Western Jets/Vic Metro

Rayner is the standout player in the pool and one who can change games in a matter of minutes, which has been why he has been touted as the likely No.1 pick for most of the year. As a forward he can take marks and kick goals quickly, and in his...


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Stevens happy to be bound by blue

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Stevens kicks off AFLW pre-season Nicola Stevens fronted the media at Ikon Park to kick off the 2018 AFLW pre-season.

Nicola Stevens donned the Carlton blue as she trained with new teammates for the first time on Tuesday night – seven months after winning best and fairest for Collingwood.

Following the move, Stevens is focused on a repeat of the explosive 2017 NAB AFL Women's opener – albeit with a very different role to play.

"I am pleased to be alongside Darcy [Vescio] rather than matching up on her," said the 24-year-old defender, who was front and centre as Vescio kicked four majors on her way to the 2017 leading goalkicker.

"I could see the Carlton girls developed something special last year and I wanted to be part of that.

"This is a move that provides an opportunity for me to take my football to the next level – I felt refreshed when I walked through the doors."

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Stevens kicks off AFLW pre-season Nicola Stevens fronted the media at Ikon Park to kick off the 2018 AFLW pre-season.

Nicola Stevens donned the Carlton blue as she trained with new teammates for the first time on Tuesday night – seven months after winning best and fairest for Collingwood.

Following the move, Stevens is focused on a repeat of the explosive 2017 NAB AFL Women's opener – albeit with a very different role to play.

"I am pleased to be alongside Darcy [Vescio] rather than matching up on her," said the 24-year-old defender, who was front and centre as Vescio kicked four majors on her way to the 2017 leading goalkicker.

"I could see the Carlton girls developed something special last year and I wanted to be part of that.

"This is a move that provides an opportunity for me to take my football to the next level – I felt refreshed when I walked through the doors."

Coach...


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Stevens happy to be bound by blue

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Stevens kicks off AFLW pre-season Nicola Stevens fronted the media at Ikon Park to kick off the 2018 AFLW pre-season.

Nicola Stevens donned the Carlton blue as she trained with new teammates for the first time on Tuesday night – seven months after winning best and fairest for Collingwood.

Following the move, Stevens is focused on a repeat of the explosive 2017 NAB AFL Women's opener – albeit with a very different role to play.

"I am pleased to be alongside Darcy [Vescio] rather than matching up on her," said the 24-year-old defender, who was front and centre as Vescio kicked four majors on her way to the 2017 leading goalkicker.

"I could see the Carlton girls developed something special last year and I wanted to be part of that.

"This is a move that provides an opportunity for me to take my football to the next level – I felt refreshed when I walked through the doors."

Coach...


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Simmo's guernsey up for grabs

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Australia vs Ireland | Match Highlights Watch the highlights from the second test of the International Rules series, featuring Carlton vice-captain Kade Simpson.

Love Kade Simpson?

Well here’s your chance to own a little slice of ‘Simmo’!

The veteran defender is auctioning his match-worn Australia International Rules Series guernsey, with the proceeds going to a very worthy cause.

Sporting an eye-catching ‘mo’ throughout the entire series, Simpson is raising funds for the Movember Foundation Australia.

After cutting his holiday short to play in the tournament, representing his country and pulling on the green and gold jumper means a great deal to the 286-gamer.

I’m auctioning my Australian IRS Guernsey for #movember
Check it out, place a bid or please just share this posthttps://t.co/YcxeBlLEiE pic.twitter.com/MWpZxSxrzX

— Kade Simpson (@kadesimpson6) November 21, 2017

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AFLW guernsey numbers revealed

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Keryk ready to build on foundations Madeline Keryk spoke to Carlton Media as pre-season training kicked off for the 2018 AFLW season.

FOLLOWING the Blues’ first official training session, the Club’s newest AFLW recruits have been assigned their jumper numbers for the 2018 AFL Women’s season, with Nicola Stevens and Tayla Harris set to be neighbours in the locker room.

Stevens and Harris, who both arrived at Ikon Park via the trade period, will don No. 21 and 22 respectively. 

Star signings @taylaharriss and @nicstevenss mean business. #BoundByBlue #AFLW pic.twitter.com/UHXkz2mK9u

— Carlton FC (@CarltonFC) November 21, 2017

Carlton’s first draft pick Georgia Gee will run out in the number 19, while fellow draftees Bridie Kennedy and Reni Hicks will wear No. 23 and 24, and Sophie Li heads to the highest number, 35.   

The Blues’ two rookie elevations, Maddison Gay and Kerryn...


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