A marking forward with the ability to shake opponents on the lead, Cornelius became a Lion thanks to a consistent year playing for Tasmania at VFL and Under 18 level, leading to his selection at pick 57 in the 2008 NAB AFL Draft. After two goals on debut against St Kilda in 2009,
Set to form part of the Richmond attack in 2013 after six years with North Melbourne and three with West Coast, Edwards boasts uncanny goal sense, a big leap and is a difficult match-up.
Battling back from a broken leg in 2009, Edwards had a breakout second half of 2010. His improvement continued in 2011, playing 19 games and kicking 36 goals to finish top ten in the Kangaroos’ Best and Fairest.Read Bio
Aaron Finch is one of the most powerful hitters in Australian cricket. It was this power and [ more ]Read Bio
One of the standout players from the 2007 NAB AFL Under 18 Championships, Joseph got his shot at an AFL career after an elevation off Carlton’s Rookie List at the start of 2009.
Adam Kennedy is a classy midfielder who models himself on Geelong premiership star Corey Enright.
With terrific endurance, Kennedy had a consistent carnival for Vic Metro in the NAB U18 Championships in 2011 which cemented his place as one of the Giants main targets as a formerly nominated player.
As Port Power’s defensive coach, Kingsley is part of Mark Williams’ team looking to help return Port Adelaide to the finals. As a player, Kingsley played Reserves with Essendon before getting his chance at the highest level as a part of the Power’s inaugural squad.
One of Fox Sports most recognised faces, Adam Peacock made his first foray into the media after being employed by Channel Seven as a cadet in 1998.Read Bio
Handpicked by Alistair Clarkson to take the reigns of the highly talented Hawthorn midfield, Adam Simpson brings a wealth of experience to the Hawks coaching panel.
A key position player from the Oakleigh Chargers, Adam is a former member of the AIS/AFL Academy.
With the ability to play back or forward, Adam has elite endurance and excellent kicking skills.
The key defender from Northern Knights joined the GWS Giants via pick 14 in the 2012 NAB AFL Draft.Read Bio
One of the most exciting players in the AFL, Alan Didak is a consummate entertainer with a legion of Collingwood fans.
From Port Adelaide in the SANFL, Didak burst onto the scene in 2001 as a goal-sneak with a penchant for making the impossible seem ordinary, it wasn’t long before he developed a cult following.Read Bio
Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin became Australia’s first Snowboard World Champion after taking out the Snowboard Cross event at the FIS World Titles at La Molina, Spain in January 2011.Read Bio
Browne was a Vic Metro Under 18 representative in 2010, averaging 15 disposals per game en route to being the Bombers third selection at the NAB AFL Draft later that year.
A tall defender from The Norwood Football Club who can also play up forward, selected at pick 27 in the 2011 Draft.
Alex is a very skilful player who reads the ball extremely well and is rarely beaten in a contest. Alex earned All Australian honours at the 2011 National U/18 championships.
One of the most versatile players in the 2010 NAB AFL Draft, Johnson was selected at number 57 by the Swans following a strong year with both the Oakleigh Chargers and Vic Metro.
Johnson made his debut in Round 3 2011, playing 20 games in his first year including two finals. Johnson was the second youngest player in the 2012 AFL Grand Final and showed poise beyond his years across half back to finish his second season as a Premiership player.Read Bio
After a successful 2009 season as Vice Captain of VFL side Casey Scorpions, Fremantle fans will be hoping for big things from Alex Silvagni. The key defender was selected at pick 24 in the 2009 NAB AFL Rookie Draft and in 2010 was elevated off the Rookie list and became an important member of the Dockers’ defence.
A tough uncompromising inside midfielder from the Sandringham Dragons, Alex has clean hands and leaves no stone unturned in his pursuit for excellence as a footballer.
With Kunek taking on major minutes in 2011/12 due to Jenna O’Hea leaving most thought it would take a while to settle in, however, when Michele Timms says Kunek is the barometer of the side you know her move to starting 5 has been quick and impressive.Read Bio
After gaining an Australian Institute of Sport Scholarship in 1997, Poto has gone from strength to strength in the demanding point guard position.Read Bio
A super-strong defender from the Murray Bushrangers, Carlile’s consistency down back was a major factor in the Power selecting him with pick 44 at the 2005 NAB AFL Draft. In 2009, Carlile made the fullback position his own, delivering quality performances on some of the leagues’ most potent Full Forwards.