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Posted: 18 December, 2014

Triple M Footy Top 10

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10: 10 FLOGS THAT WILL BE AT YOUR GRAND FINAL BBQ

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The 10 Flogs That Will Be At Your Grand Final Barbecue

The people you'll be spending your Grand Final day with. Like it or not!

9: RYAN GRIFFEN BECOMES A GIANT

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Ryan Griffen Trade News

Western Bulldogs captain has joined GWS in exchange for Tom Boyd

8: NIGHTMARE READING FOR DEMONS FANS

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Nightmare Reading For Demon Fans

Melbourne fan documents club's recent history.

7. DAYNE BEAMS BECOMES A LION

New Lions recruit Dayne Beams poses for a photograph during a Brisbane Lions press conference at AFL House on October 24, 2014. (Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media)

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Dayne Beams A Lion

Gun Collingwood midfielder is officially a Brisbane Lion

6. AFL CORPORATE BOX STRIPPER

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Woman Charged Over AFL Grand Final Corporate Box Strip

Photos circulate online of naked antics at the Grand Final.

5. KANGAROOS LOST FOR WORDS

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Kangas Players Lost For Words In Hilarious Video

North Melbourne players testing out a Voice Jammer app has led to this hilarious video

4. VICIOUS PUNCH IN AFL SYDNEY PREMIER DIVISION

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Vicious Punch In AFL Sydney Premier Division

Local footy player knocks out opponent during game.

3. AFL ICE BUCKET CHALLENGES

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Gillon McLachlan & Nick Riewoldt Do Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made it into AFL circles.

2. COLLEDGE'S SICKENING COLLISION

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Lights Out For Colledge!

Is this the biggest hit you've ever seen on a footy field?

1. MAD MONDAY/WACKY WEDNESDAY PHOTOS

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Wacky Wednesday Photos!

SNorth Melbourne's Wacky Wednesday photos PLUS previous photos from the other AFL clubs!

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Posted: 18 December, 2014

Surgery For Hocking

Essendon midfielder Heath Hocking will have surgery to fix a groin problem that has been giving him discomfort during the 2014 season

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Essendon midfielder Heath Hocking will have surgery to fix a groin problem that has been giving him discomfort during the 2014 season.

Hocking is expected to be back in action around six weeks after the surgery.

"It's not major surgery, but in terms of rehab and recuperation it's somewhere in between six and seven weeks before he's back into full training,” Essendon's General Manager of Football Performance Neil Craig said. 

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Tags: Heath Hocking, Essendon, Bombers

Posted: 18 December, 2014

Free Sunday Footy For Kids

Kids free on Sundays and price freezes top the list of AFL ticketing changes

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The AFL announce some family friendly changes to ticketing for MCG and Etihad Stadium matches.

In a bonus for families looking for a day out at the footy, children (under 15) will be admitted free to all Sunday matches in 2015.

There will also be a price freeze on all General Admission Tickets and the removal of fully reserved seat matches (except Anzac Day).

“We want to encourage fans to support their clubs at as many games as possible, and keep prices down across the board," AFL General Manager Clubs and AFL Operations Travis Auld said.

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Tags: AFL, MCG, Etihad Stadium

Posted: 18 December, 2014

Jones A Demon To 2019

Melbourne captain Nathan Jones will remain with the club until at least the end of 2019 after signing a new deal

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Melbourne captain Nathan Jones will remain with the club until at least the end of 2019 after signing a new deal. 

The three-time Keith ‘Bluey’ Truscott Memorial Trophy winner, who was contracted until the end of 2015, extended it with another four seasons. Effectively, he has committed to the club for the next five years. 

Jones, who will turn 27 years old in January, said he was “really excited” to have his football future secured.

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Tags: Nathan Jones, Melbourne, Demons

Posted: 17 December, 2014

Top 10 Marks Of 2014

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Tags: AFL, AFL Players

Posted: 17 December, 2014

Top 10 Funny Moments From 2014

Watch the top 10 funny moments from 2014. Can you think of any more?

Watch the top 10 funny moments from 2014. Can you think of any more?

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Posted: 17 December, 2014

Top 10 Tackles From 2014

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Watch the top 10 tackles from 2014. Do you agree with the selection?

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Posted: 17 December, 2014

Top 10 Goals Of 2014

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Listen to Triple M Footy call the 'Goal Of The Year'!

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Tags: AFL Players, AFL

Posted: 17 December, 2014

2015 Free Agents List

Will they stay or will they go? See the full list of free agents for 2015

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2015 FREE AGENTS:

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Posted: 17 December, 2014

Greene And Golds Re-Sign

Toby Greene and Tim Golds sign contract extensions with the Giants

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Midfielder Toby Greene is the latest young star to commit to the Giants, signing a contract extension until the end of 2018.

Greene, 21, has played 53 games for the GIANTS since he was selected with pick 11 in the 2011 NAB AFL Draft. He was contracted until the end of 2015 and has re-signed for another three years. 

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Tags: Toby Greene, Tim Golds, GWS Giant, GWS, Giants

Posted: 17 December, 2014

Thurlow Released From Hospital

Geelong utility Jackson Thurlow has been released from hospital and will spend the Christmas break recuperating

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Geelong utility Jackson Thurlow has been released from hospital and will spend the Christmas break recuperating in his home state of Tasmania as he continues his recovery from a lacerated kidney.

Thurlow was discharged from hospital in Geelong on Friday morning and is set to travel home to spend the two-week break with his family in Launceston.

Previously 17 December 2014

A pre-season accident has left Geelong defender Jackson Thurlow hospitalised with a lacerated kidney.

Thurlow's injury is not as serious as a similar one suffered by teammate Tom Lonergan eight years ago, with club officials saying the 20-year-old Thurlow had avoided surgery.

The Cats are hopeful he will be out of hospital later this week.

But he appears unlikely to resume training until next month.

The injury apparently happened during competitive work.

Thurlow has played 10 senior games since his debut last season.

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Posted: 16 December, 2014

Little Meetings With Sheeds

Bombers Chairman Paul Little confirms meeting with Kevin Sheedy to discuss 'the future'

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Bombers Chairman Paul Little said at Monday night's annual general meeting that he had met with Kevin Sheedy for discussions about 'the future'.

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Tags: Kevin Sheedy, Essendon, Paul Little