Default Fans

Fast five: our best stories of the week

Charity, family, the end of an era, and a bloke smashing his expensive golf club. Not a bad week we’ve had. Here’s the top five stories from

1. Chris Judd calls it quits

We’ve heard plenty about the champ this week. And everyone was lining up to pay tribute. Our favourite line came from ‘Juddy’ himself. Asked how he’d like to be remembered, Judd said: “Just as a country boy with a heart of gold. Not being from the country, that’s going to be hard.”

Judd Info-01

2. Daniher makes a difference

Aside from Sam Newman exposing a little too much of himself, Monday’s ‘Freeze at the ‘G’ was a spectacular success. Daniher’s efforts – and the bravery of those who took the plunge – helped raise more than $2 million for MND research. We caught up with Neale and Joe Daniher for a special feature.

3. Oxley loses his head

There’s no point trying to explain this one. Just watch Collingwood young gun Adam Oxley in the video. Costly trick, Ox.

4. The Power of fitness

“I don’t think it’s just a coincidence that I have played my best when I have been able to train hard and get my body best prepared.” Jay Schulz knows all the fitness secrets. Now, you can have them.

5. Jonesy’s biggest fan

Melbourne skipper Nathan Jones is the ultimate family man. His greatest fan – his grandfather George – was a special influence on his life.