Exciting Gold Coast Suns forward Sam Flanders will make his debut in Wednesday night’s clash against Essendon.
The Suns traded up in last year’s national draft to secure the 19-year-old with pick 11.
Meanwhile, Essendon has recalled midfielder Dylan Clarke for his first game of the season while Tom Bellchambers returns to the side.
Star defender Michael Hurley and ruckman Sam Draper have been managed.
See the teams for Wednesday night’s clash below:
IN: Brayden Fiorini, Josh Cor…
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Warriors VP Kirk Lacob talked about how the youngsters were left surprised when they saw Klay Thompson in action during practice.
The Golden State Warriors are currently having their own two-week minicamp. After being excluded from the NBA bubble, the Warriors are having this camp to help the players stay in shape. Although Stephen Curry and Draymond Green are missing, Klay Thompson is present at this voluntary training camp.
After being injured during the 2019 NBA Finals, Klay hasn’t played an official game since then. But now during practice, he is slowly getting back to shape. During an interview with Forbes, Warriors’…
NFL Week 6 grades: Cowboys get an ‘F’ for ugly performance, Browns get a ‘D-‘ for blowout loss to Steelers – CBS Sports
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If Browns fans have seen it once, they’ve seen it a million times: Their team walked into Heinz Field and got stomped.
After watching the Browns jump out to a 4-1 start for the first time since 1994, it felt like this might be finally be the year where Cleveland was able to end its 16-year run of misery in Pittsburgh, but instead, the Browns went full Browns in a 38-7 blowout loss to the Steelers that might actually have been worse than the score indicates, if that’s even possible.
Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes explain how Chiefs offense changed vs. Bills – Arrowhead Pride
Things were more than a little different in the 26-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
You know it and we know it: the Kansas City Chiefs depend on passing plays.
Through the first five weeks of the season, Kansas City passed the ball on 60% of their offensive snaps. But things changed on Monday against the Buffalo Bills. For the first time all season, the Chiefs not only ran the ball significantly more than they passed it, they also more than reversed their season average, running the ball on 63% of their offensive plays.
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