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2018 AFL draft: Club-by-club guide – part two

From Hawthorn to the Western Bulldogs, we preview who your club is likely to select the draft.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

AFL fixture 2018: Time to smile for Doggies fans, and sunnier days for Gold Coast?

The Western Bulldogs have every right to bleat about losing the coveted Good Friday fixture, but an assessment of the 2018 draw gives fans of the red, white and blue every reason to smile.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Dogs disappointed with Good Friday snub

Western Bulldogs will seek an explanation from the AFL after they were dropped from the Good Friday match against North Melbourne.
SBS

Upset Western Bulldogs seek AFL explanation for loss of Good Friday game

The Western Bulldogs will seek a meeting with the AFL Commission to understand why they will not be part of the Good Friday game in 2018.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Stewart Crameri yet to be contacted by clubs ahead of delisted free agency period

There is yet to be any interest in delisted Western Bulldogs forward Stewart Crameri ahead of the first delisted free agency signing period opening on Wednesday.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

AFL draw 2018: GWS Giants set to launch season against Western Bulldogs at Manuka Oval

Canberra will host an AFL season-opener for the first time when the Giants play on March 25 next year.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Axing a 'bitter pill to swallow' for former Western Bulldogs forward Stewart Crameri

Stewart Crameri was surprised to be delisted by the Western Bulldogs on Wednesday, describing it as "a bitter pill to swallow".
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Mitch Honeychurch poised to stay at Western Bulldogs following Travis Cloke retirement

Fringe Western Bulldogs forward Mitch Honeychurch is expected stay at the Whitten Oval after Travis Cloke's retirement created extra list space at the Bulldogs.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Dogs forward Cloke set to retire from AFL

Western Bulldogs and former Collingwood forward Travis Cloke is set to call time on his 256-game AFL career.
SBS

Travis Cloke set to announce retirement from football

Western Bulldogs power forward and former Collingwood premiership player Travis Cloke is poised to retire from football.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

St Kilda, Western Bulldogs and North Melbourne want better Etihad Stadium deal

Concerned club presidents Peter Gordon, Ben Buckley and Peter Summers could approach the AFL Commission next month to lobby for a better deal for their clubs at Etihad Stadium.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Bulldogs poach new CEO from Saints in AFL

Highly-rated St Kilda AFL executive Ameet Bains has been confirmed as the new CEO of the Western Bulldogs.
SBS

Peter Gordon expected to confirm Ameet Bains appointment at Western Bulldogs on Monday

Western Bulldogs staff are expected to be officially informed of Ameet Bains' appointment as the club's new chief executive on Monday morning.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

AFL fixture 2018: Saints in mix to play on Good Friday

St Kilda have emerged in a two-way battle with the Western Bulldogs to feature in Good Friday football next season, with North Melbourne virtually assured of hosting the stand alone game for the second..
Sydney Morning Herald


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