It's that one-and-only night on the AFL calendar. No, the Brownlow Medal count hasn't been delayed a couple of months. It's draft night. The big occasion when the 18 clubs make vital decisions about new personnel .... decisions that can eventually result in premierships.
St George Illawarra centre Gerard Beale is making up for lost time.
''Is this the end for Pocock?''
Brownlow medallist Dane Swan has denied there was a culture of selfishness at Collingwood last year.
Australia this summer has had the rare pleasure to travel hopefully and to arrive companionably in a rapturous place.
The standout piece for me in the 2008 AFL official history was an essay by Adam Goodes.
The sad implications behind Dean Wallis' decision to lure Stephen Dank to a sportsman's lunch has not been lost on any of the major players.
South Australian captain Johan Botha will appeal his suspension for spiking the ball.
Changes to the cars has everyone on edge for the Australian GP, writes Mark Fogarty.
Jockeys, particularly champions, make a difference. Glyn Schofield returns to Boban, lacking dash without him, in the group 1 Chipping Norton at Warwick Farm for his clash with It's A Dundeel.
Eyesores such as this in the Blacktown City may become a thing of the past.