Analysis

Front-runners emerge as season settles down after disjointed start

Rohan Connolly
Updated April 26 2024 - 10:44am, first published April 24 2024 - 2:00pm
Jack Crisp, of the Magpies, marks in front of Port Adelaide's Ivan Soldo during their MCG clash on Saturday. Picture by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images
Jack Crisp, of the Magpies, marks in front of Port Adelaide's Ivan Soldo during their MCG clash on Saturday. Picture by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

It's been pretty hard to get a read on this AFL season lately, none the least because it's taken until a quarter of the way through the home and away rounds for every team to have played the same number of games.

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Rohan Connolly

Rohan Connolly is one of the most experienced and respected sporting journalists in the country, particularly passionate about football, and with a 40-year track record of observing it at close quarters in print, online, and on radio and TV.

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