After swapping Metricon Stadium for IKON Park, Charlotte Hammans had her first taste of AFLW action in her maiden season as a Game Changer. Having been an inaugural member of the Suns' AFLW side, Hammans left her native Queensland to join the Blues in last season's trade period. It didn't take long for Hammans to pull on her new colours, with her first game coming against Collingwood in the season opener. Hammans tackling was a highlight of her game, as well as averaging 112.8 metres gained over her three matches.
Who is your all-time favourite footballer or athlete? Shaun Burgoyne. I love the way he goes about everything he does. Now I’ve become part of the platform and the League and understand what it takes to be an athlete, to see him do that and be such a family man as well, keep his game…
Western Bulldogs forward Mitch Hannan has not wasted much time in his 20s. Truth be told, he hasn’t had much time to waste. But it has not all been plain sailing for the 27-year-old who will line up against his former club Melbourne in the 2021 grand final on Saturday. A period of anxiety a…
Collingwood’s 2022 coaching staff continues to take shape, with Neville Jetta accepting a role as a development coach. Respected across the AFL industry for his contribution to the game on and off the field, the recently retired 31-year-old will marry development and mentoring responsibilities with an on-field role as a VFL player. Jetta joins…