'Couldn’t have gone to a better person': Windhager gets Frawleys' backing for No. 2
Danny Frawley’s guernsey “couldn’t have gone to a better person” in Marcus Windhager, says the St Kilda great’s eldest daughter, Chelsea Frawley, as the club’s new No. 2 looks to follow in the footsteps of the late Saints champion.
The two chats which helped Windhager step into the No. 2
"He said to me ‘it’s yours now to build a future around’. He’s been around the club for 30-plus years and knows the ins and outs and the culture of the club. Hopefully in time, I can build my own future around it.”
Late pick, high hopes: Silvagni backs in defender and his 'weapon'
List Manager Stephen Silvagni is confident super boot Arie Schoenmaker will seize his opportunity at senior level with both hands after working his way back through the Coates League following several weeks out of the game.
Saints deepen defensive stocks, add speed with talented draftee trio
St Kilda is another step closer towards completing its list for the upcoming season, bringing in emerging talents Angus Hastie, Hugo Garcia and Arie Schoenmaker during the second night of the 2023 AFL Draft.
Building the muscle, got the hustle: How Wilson has grown to prime himself for the big time
New Saint Darcy Wilson is ready to get to work in his new colours, already finding an interesting parallel with another hard-running winger from the Murray Bushrangers, St Kilda cult figure Fraser Gehrig.
Smooth-moving mid, game-breaking forward call Saints home
St Kilda has brought in two of this year’s most promising young talents from the opening night of the 2023 AFL Draft, recruiting first-round selections Darcy Wilson and Lance Collard at pick No. 18 and 28 respectively.
Two picks, many plans: Silvagni on Saints' first-round propositions
List Manager Stephen Silvagni says there could be any number of players St Kilda could end up taking with its pair of first-round selections, but whoever they will be are sure to come with their fair share of talent.
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