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Toby Greene says he won’t change the way he plays in grand final

Toby Greene says he won’t change the way he plays in grand final

Supplied video obtained September 23, 2019 of a GWS Giants press conference featuring star player Toby Greene. Greene speaks to the media about his playing style going into the AFL Grand Final against Richmond. "I probably won't be doing anything near anyone's face, but I'll be playing how I usually play," Greene says. (AAP Video/Supplied/GWS) NO ARCHIVING,

Giants step up to the big stage as curtain falls on Magpies in game of pure theatre

Giants step up to the big stage as curtain falls on Magpies in game of pure theatre

A preliminary final is like the start of a great piece of theatre. The lights go up and your skin prickles. Ideally, as they say in the theatre, it will open big and close bigger. Saturday’s preliminary final between Collingwood and the GWS Giants opened not with a bang, but with a whimper. By half-time, the combined points tally of 37 points was the

Tigers fan flattened by huge bump

Tigers fan flattened by huge bump

The Tigers hadn’t even made the finals since 2011 but jumped out of the blocks in front of almost 40,000 fans at Adelaide Oval before winning 11.7 (73) to 6.9 (45). There was pure elation among fans in the crowd, including this larrikin who began a celebratory jig. But another attendee, who we’re assuming was a Magpies supporter, wasn’t having a bar

Superstars lead Brownlow battle

Superstars lead Brownlow battle

Jon Anderson and Jon Ralph take a look at the contenders for this year's Brownlow medal Dangerfield is the clear favourite, but it is considered an open field this year and Fyfe is also rated a big chance. Dangerfield won the Brownlow in 2016, his first year at Geelong, and Fremantle’s Fyfe took it out the year before. If Dangerfield wins again, there

Jeremy Cameron on returning fan’s wallet

Jeremy Cameron on returning fan’s wallet

An AFL fan was left speechless when Giants superstar Jeremy Cameron returned his lost wallet with a note.

Absolute scenes in Grand Final belter

Absolute scenes in Grand Final belter

Australian Rules: The Geelong Football League Grand Final has gone down to the wire, with St Mary's player Nick Connors kicking this goal with two seconds left to win it against Colac. The St Mary’s player slotted the goal on the run to claim a 10.14 (74) to 10.12 (72) win over Colac at GMHBA Stadium. ‘Chippa’ said he had no idea how long was left

Pies’ maiden flag sealed with a kiss

Pies’ maiden flag sealed with a kiss

AFL: Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley speaks with the media after the Pies season came to an end at the hands of the Giants. And for coach Penny Cula-Reid , the 37-point win at Ikon Park was the realisation of a childhood dream. Cula-Reid was the face of a Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal case 16 years ago when she campaigned for a youth

AFL’s score review admission over howler

AFL’s score review admission over howler

AFL: Garry Lyon and Paul Roos have criticised the AFL score review system after a mistake in the Giants preliminary final win over the Pies. Magpies forward Josh Thomas’ shot sailed through for a goal but several GWS players screamed the ball had been touched. Stream the full or condensed replay of the 2019 Toyota AFL Grand Final on KAYO SPORTS. Get

Grand Final heartbreak for Giants star

Grand Final heartbreak for Giants star

AFL: The Greater Western Sydney Giants have progressed to their maiden Grand Final after surviving an almight comeback from Collingwood in the fourth quarter. Re-live one of the all-time great finishes at the MCG. Brett Deledio was carried off the ground following the Giants elimination final victory over the Western Bulldogs. The 275 game star was