Butler: West Coast's Benjamin Button

West Coast Eagles' veteran defender, Sam Butler, has signed on with the club for another year. The 2006 Premiership player has played 157 games and his mum thinks he has plenty more in the tank.

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Forcing to stay

Legal writ: The Western Force are taking their fight for survival to the courts.

The Western Force say they will remain in the Super Rugby competition despite reports saying they will be dropped under a new structure.

Simpson: Injuries? 'That's footy.'

Switch hit: Matt Priddis and ex-Hawk Sam Mitchell make  a formidable midfield pairing.

The West Coast Eagles coach is happy with his ruck stocks even though they are an injury-ridden group after Drew Petrie suffered an injury in Sunday's win over North Melbourne.

Share your Subi Oval Memories

Chris Judd celebrates the 2006 grand final win back in Perth.

Footy fans can share their favourite memory from Subiaco Oval with the heritage group at the WA Football Commission as we head into the final AFL season at the iconic Perth venue.

GAME DAY: Fremantle V Geelong

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 26: Nakia Cockatoo of the Cats celebrates a goal during the round one AFL match between the ...

Fremantle and Geelong go head to head at Domain Stadium, in a more personal clash Nat Fyfe makes his return from injury and will go up against the reigning Brownlow medallist in Patrick Dangerfield.

GAME DAY: North Melbourne V West Coast

Tight tussle: Former Hawk Sam Mitchell won the midfield battle in his first game for the Eagles.

The West Coast Eagles have started their season with a convincing 43-point win over the Kangaroos at Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

06 Premiership 'Tarnished, not Tainted'

Ben Cousins celebrates with his West Coast 2006 premiership teammates.

Sports journalist, Kim Hagdorn, has dismissed a leaked 2008 report about the West Coast Eagles as "nothing new".

Wildcats Feature: Ellis, Vlahov, Redhage

Shawn Redhage

Ahead of Game Three in the NBL Grand Final best of three series, we caught up with Wildcats legends, Mike Ellis and Andrew Vlahov as well as 300+ gamer, Shawn Redhage the day before what could be his last game for the Wildcats.

Fremantle to get back to basics

Michael Walters celebrates a goal.

One of Fremantle's favourite sons, Michael "Son-son" Walters says the first game of the pre-season was "rusty", but they are looking forward to facing the 'Pies this Saturday.

The AFL's new right hand man

Simon Lethlean has been promoted to the AFL Football Operations Manager

The AFL's general manager received a promotion today, taking on the role of AFL Football Operations Manger from today after Mark Evans departed this week.

Hughes back-slaps and sledges Smith

Merv Hughes and his famous mustache!

Ben Cameron   Former Australian quick Merv Hughes says he supports Steve Smith's decision not to enforce the follow-on, but questioned his second innings declaration. 

Buchanan backs cards in cricket

What do you think of the card system being introduced to cricket?

Ben Cameron   Former Australian cricket coach John Buchanan has thrown his support behind a card system being introduced into cricket. 

Marsh knows the score

Mitch Marsh in action for Australia in the 2016 Cricket World Cup.

Ben Cameron   Mitch Marsh says it's a "simple equation" if he wants to get back in the Test team and it is runs equals re-selection. 

Azam as good as Kohli

Babar Azam raises the bat after one of his three One Day International tons.

Ben Cameron   Mickey Arthur has lauded young batsman Babar Azam saying he is a good as Virat Kholi at the same age. 

Winterbottom Stakes sweep

Damien Oliver will be aboard Shiedel tomorrow in the Winterbottom Stakes.

Ben Cameron   Winner receives a $100 TAB voucher.

Hilton's surprise

Hilton Cartwright in action in the Matador BBQ One-Day Domestic competition for the Cricket Australia team.

Ben Cameron   New Australian One Day International squad member Hilton Cartwright was so shocked by the news he couldn't even tell his girlfriend who he was with at the time. 

Big Bash Worth Big Bucks

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 18:  Brad Hodge of the Strikers bats during the Big Bash League match between the ...

Ben Cameron   Australian cricket fans viewing habits are changing and it could mean a significant change in the broadcast rights, according to Australian Financial Review journalist John Stensholt. 

Berry: Nevill dropped for batter's failings

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 29:  Wicketkeeper Peter Nevill of Australia celebrates a Test catch. (Photo by Scott ...

Ben Cameron   Former Victorian wicket-keeper Darren Berry says Peter Nevill has paid the price for the failings of the Australian batsmen. 

New nest for Mitchell

Sam Mitchell tries on his new West Coast Eagles colours.

Former Hawk and now Brownlow medallist Sam Mitchell talks to 6PR's Sports Today.

Railway Stakes sweep

Looking for the double: Good Project chasing back-to-back Railway Stakes wins at Ascot on Saturday

Sports Today's Railway Stakes sweep

Merv: Being a selector is 24/7

Merv Hughes in action during his heyday.

Merv Hughes has defended the current Australian selectors and put more onus on the players to do their part.

Chappell: Others should follow Marsh's exit

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 30:  Chairman of selectors for the Australian cricket team, Rod Marsh, speaks to the media ...

Ben Cameron   Former Australian Test captain Ian Chappell has defended his friend Rod Marsh and says he shouldn't be alone in leaving the national team set up.