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Marnie Vinall is a sports reporter for The Age.

Tigers stars to miss Dockers clash; St Kilda’s bitter blow; young AFLW gun suffers spinal injury
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Tigers stars to miss Dockers clash; St Kilda’s bitter blow; young AFLW gun suffers spinal injury

Richmond are playing it safe with hamstrung stars Martin and Lynch, Paddy Ryder could be done for the season; and Demon Eliza McNamara has had spinal surgery after a barbell accident at training.

  • by Nell Geraets, Marnie Vinall and Jake Niall

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AFL round 18 key takeouts and match review news
Analysis

AFL round 18 key takeouts and match review news

Our reporters give you the lowdown on all the action from round 18 of the AFL season.

  • by Peter Ryan, Steve Barrett, Jon Pierik, Andrew Wu, Roy Ward, Marnie Vinall and Russell Bennett
Sun starts to set on Gold Coast’s finals hopes, Dons too hot to handle

Sun starts to set on Gold Coast’s finals hopes, Dons too hot to handle

Essendon notched their fourth win in five games and broke the 100-point mark as they nudged Gold Coast further away from finals hopes.

  • by Marnie Vinall
Hurley’s long haul: After more than 660 days sidelined, Bomber’s comeback takes a key step

Hurley’s long haul: After more than 660 days sidelined, Bomber’s comeback takes a key step

Essendon veteran Michael Hurley made his long-awaited return to football after nearly two years, taking to the field in Sunday’s VFL match against the Gold Coast Suns at Windy Hill.

  • by Marnie Vinall
MCG preparing to see red when United fans flock to friendlies

MCG preparing to see red when United fans flock to friendlies

New coach Erik ten Hag says his team is ready for a different culture and different approach when United play Melbourne Victory at the MCG on Friday night, and Marcus Rashford says he and his teammates are looking forward to the challenge.

  • by Marnie Vinall
‘That pain is still there every day’: Ratten uses son’s memory to promote road safety message

‘That pain is still there every day’: Ratten uses son’s memory to promote road safety message

Brett Ratten hopes the tragic death of his son, Cooper, will help promote road safety in partnership with Victorian government and sporting communities.

  • by Marnie Vinall
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‘Just an honour to be part of it’: Arnell becomes first former player to coach in AFLW

‘Just an honour to be part of it’: Arnell becomes first former player to coach in AFLW

Port Adelaide’s AFLW head coach Lauren Arnell is the first player to graduate to a senior coaching role in the women’s competition.

  • by Marnie Vinall
AFL round 17 key takeouts
Analysis

AFL round 17 key takeouts

Our reporters give you the lowdown on all the action from round 17 of the AFL season.

  • by Peter Ryan, Vince Rugari, Andrew Stafford, Andrew Wu, Marnie Vinall and Steve Barrett
Lewis shines as spirited Hawks overrun Crows

Lewis shines as spirited Hawks overrun Crows

Hawthorn proved too good for an at first lacklustre and then hungry-looking Adelaide, finishing with a 32-point victory and the 1000th VFL/AFL win for the club.

  • by Marnie Vinall
‘He’s already made us the proudest family in the world’: Brother pays tribute to Kyrgios

‘He’s already made us the proudest family in the world’: Brother pays tribute to Kyrgios

Christos Kyrgios paid tribute to his tennis star brother, saying he had brought great joy to not only his family but also to his legions of fans around the globe.

  • by Andrew Wu and Marnie Vinall
Meet Team Kyrgios, the people who dragged him back from the brink

Meet Team Kyrgios, the people who dragged him back from the brink

Only a handful of people can say they really know Nick Kyrgios and five of them were sitting in the Australian tennis star’s box at the All England club for his quarter-final triumph.

  • by Marnie Vinall