Twenty-two TAC Cup players are among AFL Talent Ambassador Kevin Sheehan’s top 40 prospects for next week’s 2018 NAB AFL Draft.
Sandringham Dragons identical twins Ben and Max King are both tipped to be high picks in next week’s NAB AFL Draft, but their 2018 seasons couldn’t have unfolded in a more different way.
Communities across all corners of Victoria will welcome some of the game’s biggest names next year, following the release of the 2019 JLT Community Series fixture on Monday.
Murray Bushrangers key-position player Jacob Koschitzke is lucky to have produced his best work early in his two TAC Cup seasons, because they’ve both ended early through injury.
The revamped NAB AFL Academy for 2019 will take in 62 of next year’s brightest bottom-age and top-age TAC Cup prospects, as announced on Wednesday.
Gippsland Power key defender Kyle Reid needed a wake-up call after his bottom-age 2017 TAC Cup season in order to produce a stellar 2018 season.
Northern Knights ball-winner Tom McKenzie learnt first-hand from a couple of AFL stars in his quest to develop as an inside midfielder this TAC Cup season.
GWV Rebels utility Thomas Berry had a good family role model to look up to when injury struck during his two seasons in the TAC Cup.
Eastern Ranges defender James Blanck has enjoyed one of the more rapid rises into NAB AFL Draft contention of any TAC Cup player in 2018.
Restricting the talents of others is a talent that has Oakleigh Chargers defender Isaac Quaynor in line to be an early 2018 NAB AFL Draft selection.