Born in Blantyre, Malawi the promising young swimmer Bronte Campbell is a member of the Queensland Academy [ more ]Read Bio
One of the most exciting number one draft selections in recent history, Gibbs gained valuable experience playing in the back half for Carlton in his debut year.Read Bio
A former Geelong Falcon, Bartlett possesses a lethal left-foot and was selected by the Brisbane Lions at pick 27 in the 2009 NAB AFL Draft. Despite suffering a pre-season knee injury, Bartlett showed great maturity and professionalism in his rehabilitation.
By the start of 2009 Callum Ferguson was a regular international performer and the owner of [ more ]Read Bio
Cameron White on his day is one of the world’s most destructive batters. Combine this with [ more ]Read Bio
In a coup for the Brisbane Lions, the West Adelaide product slipped through to their first pick at selection 18 in the 2004 NAB AFL Draft. After three seasons with the Lions, Wood was traded to Collingwood, joining the likes of Josh Fraser to form the Magpies tall brigade.
With the distinction of being a Premiership player and All-Australian with Hawthorn, Campbell Brown’s fearless attack on the ball has made him a player to watch and he will be one of the key figures at newly formed club Gold Coast Suns.Read Bio
Carrie Graf personifies coaching success. As the head coach of the Australian Opals Carrie’s list of accomplishments typify her attitude and drive to be the most successful female coach in Australia.Read Bio
At the 2011 Age Nationals Cate set the fourth fastest time in the World this year in the 50m FreestyleRead Bio
Cayla is a young player with huge upside to her game. Already she has won numerous awards in the WNBL and has a decorated junior career.Read Bio
After a superb 239 game career with Port Adelaide that included a Premiership, two All-Australian berths, third in the 2004 Brownlow Medal and representing Australia in the Internatioal Rules Series, Cornes has embraked on a new challenge as a foundation member of GWS.
As coach of the Geelong Cats, Chris Scott holds the distinction of being just one of 12 men to lead a club to an AFL Premiership in his first year at the helm.Read Bio
A Fremantle local, Jones represented WA at underage level, but has made rapid football development since representing the WAFL’s Bulldogs at senior level.
Now a triple Premiership player and All-Australian, Enright is rightly considered a club and competition star, becoming one of the greatest half backs of the modern era.Read Bio
The journey of Dempsey to AFL ranks has already been a long and exciting one. Hailing from Cairns and blessed with blistering pace, he has slotted into a key role as a damaging run and carry player. After establishing himself with 20 games in both 2009 and 2010, Dempsey suffered a seson-ending knee injury early in 2011.
Craig Mottram is an icon of Australia’s track and field team and is considered one of the most competitive middle distance runners globally, in a career spanning over a decade.Read Bio
Cyril Rioli has marked himself as one of the AFL’s most exciting players, providing Hawthorn with the lively small forward option it has long sought to complete its attacking setup. Rioli boasts a footballing pedigree that few can match, being the nephew of Norm Smith Medallists Maurice Rioli and Michael Long.Read Bio
A relentless runner who hunts the ball with intent, Hannebery has had an instant impact in his first four seasons in the Harbour City.
Winner of the 2010 NAB Rising Star, Hannebery produced an outstanding performance in the 2012 AFL Grand Final, showing courage, determination and class to be one of the driving forces of Sydney’s victory.
With three Top Ten Best and Fairest finishes to date, there is more in store for Hannebery as an AFL midfielder of note.Read Bio
Dan Worrall was a product of the Melbourne Cricket Club and has moved interstate to further [ more ]Read Bio
The Pies’ second selection (number 46 overall) in the 2010 NAB AFL Draft, Farmer was drafted from the Sandringham Dragons where he managed 17 goals in 10 matches in 2010. Also having developed via Haileybury College in the APS competition, Farmer is capable of playing all over the ground and tested strongly at the 2010 NAB AFL Draft Combine.