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Stevo's Sting - 10 burning questions heading into season's business end

Chief AFL reporter Mark Stevens looks at the 10 burning questions heading into the business end of the 2015 season.

Six of the best Ashes moments

With the first Ashes Test set to get underway tonight, we've taken a look back at six of the best Ashes moments in Australia and England's rivalry.

Kyrgios stunned by criticism back home,

Nick Kyrgios has been stunned by the ferocity of criticism levelled at him over his behaviour at Wimbledon and has called on his fellow Australians to show him respect.

Bennell decision imminent, says Eade

Gold Coast coach Rodney Eade says key parties are in discussions about how long midfielder Harley Bennell might spend on the sidelines.

Raw Crows players take it day-by-day

Adelaide veteran Scott Thompson says the Crows players still have a lot of questions in the wake of the alleged murder of coach Phil Walsh.

Smith to rise to challenge: Hagan

Queensland assistant Michael Hagan says captain Cameron Smith will rise to one of his greatest challenges in the State of Origin decider in Brisbane.

Port axe Jonas, lose Carlile to injury

Port Adelaide have dropped Tom Jonas and fellow backman Alipate Carlile has been rested from Thursday night's AFL game against Collingwood.

Day's vertigo diagnosis

Jason Day's vertigo has been linked with a viral infection in his ear but the top-ranked Australian says he'll be fit to start the British Open.

Brotherly ties can't woo Zak from Swans

Promising Sydney Swan Zak Jones is happy to battle for a senior spot at the perennial AFL contender rather than join his brother Nathan at the Demons.

No rush to lock in Blues AFL coach

Carlton CEO Steven Trigg says the list of candidates to become the Blues' next fulltime coach is below 20, with caretaker John Barker a leading contender.

Mariners sign keeper Izzo from Adelaide

Central Coast have filled their recently vacated goalkeeping spot with former Adelaide reserve Paul Izzo, who is after regular game time.

Port coach numb at Walsh death

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley says he's numb at the alleged murder of his friend and AFL foe, Phil Walsh.

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