May 5, 20172 Comments
How embattled AOC president John Coates came to be so, well, embattled. Crikey interns Kanika Sood and Sophie Wenderoth report.
Sally WhyteFeb 3, 20172 Comments
There are just eight teams in the first women’s league. One day there will be 18, just like the men’s league, and the women will get paid so well they don’t have to work second jobs.
Jan 25, 20174 Comments
The AFL Women's league is drawing crowds, but the players will be paid only a fraction of what their male counterparts are, writes freelance journalist Angus Smith.
Nov 1, 20164 Comments
Crikey intern Anthea Batsakis worked as a waitress in a high-end marquee at last year's Cup Carnival. And the glamorous sheen wears off pretty quickly.
Helen RazerNov 1, 201620 Comments
As much as I’d like to believe I have even less in common with that banshee than I do with the patrons of the Melbourne Cup, I concede Hanson's confusion is also mine, writes Helen Razer.
Oct 31, 20169 Comments
An anti-horse racing group is circumventing traditional advertisers to get its message out to the public, freelance journalist Denham Sadler.
Sally WhyteOct 19, 20164 Comments
By all means use sport as soft diplomacy, says the Socceroos coach. But it should be the round ball game.
Sally WhyteSep 30, 20165 Comments
"Sportsball" is incorrect. Let's clear that one up right away.
Sally WhyteSep 28, 201611 Comments
Why you should go for the Doggies on Saturday, as written by a dyed-in-the-wool Bombers fan.
Adam SchwabSep 26, 201619 Comments
The AFL has thrown its (financial) weight behind the Giants. But what has it got to show for it?