Catch up with Jules and Kris ahead of each round of the AFL 2017 Premiership Season as they chat with footy legend, Scott Cummings, to get the lowdown on the round ahead.
Grand Final: A huge weekend ahead with the Adelaide Crows taking on the Richmond Tigers in the 2017 AFL Grand Final.
Preliminary Final: The Cats take on the Crows on Friday night and Richmond will battle it out against GWS on Saturday.
Semi Final: The action kicks off Friday night with Sydney taking on Geelong then on Saturday West Coast clash with GWS.
FW1: A huge weekend ahead for Bombers fans after a tumultuous last few years and can the Crows maintain their momentum when they take on GWS?
Bye Week: The EJ Whitten Legends Game will kick off the weekend, and then on Saturday AFLW returns with the NAB AFL Women’s state of origin Vic versus Allies match.
Round 23: Richmond’s Dustin Martin has a big decision ahead of him after a gobsmacking offer by North Melbourne, and the game of the round will see GWS take on Geelong.
Round 22: Bob Murphy has called it a day while Ballarat gears up for a history making day of footy.
Round 21: Essendon’s Jobe Watson retires this week and the round kicks off with the Western Bulldogs taking on GWS.
Round 20: Patrick Dangerfield is out of contention for the 2017 Brownlow and this weekend the Western Bulldogs take on the Lions.
Round 19: Melbourne are hoping to break an 11 year drought against North Melbourne this weekend, and the Western Bulldogs will take on the Bombers at Etihad Stadium.
Round 18: It’s a crucial round for teams who want to keep their finals hopes alive. The Sydney Swans are one to look out for while the Bulldogs will be hoping for another win when they take on Gold Coast on Saturday.
Round 17: The Swans have been one of the most surprising teams this season – can they pull off an upset win against GWS? And after a bad run, the Western Bulldogs will be hoping to get a win on the board when they take on Carlton.
Round 16: Tickets to the first ever AFL game in Ballarat sold out in minutes and Richmond fans are turning up in record number.
Round 15: The Western Bulldogs desperately need a win this weekend and Scott gives his take on the fiasco surrounding Bachar Houli’s suspension.
Round 14: The Hawks pulled off the upset win of the season against the Crows and the Western Bulldogs will be hoping to turn around their losing streak in a game against North Melbourne.
Round 13: The Big Freeze was another huge success and this Sunday the Western Bulldogs take on Melbourne.
Round 12: The Bulldogs copped a thrashing by Sydney in the round’s opener and Monday will see the return of The Big Freeze.
Round 11: The round got off to a rocky start with security lingering on field after first bounce and Port absolutely dominating early in their game against the Hawks.
Round 10: Patrick Dangerfield was the man of the match during Thursday night’s clash between Port Power and the Cats, and the Western Bulldogs will battle to keep their spot in the top 8.
Round 8: Last round we saw an anomaly with the stronger team in each game getting bested by their weaker counterpart and this round will see the Bulldogs take on the Eagles.
Round 7: After a shocking start to the season, what can the Sydney Swans do to turn it around? And this weekend the Western Bulldogs take on Richmond.
Round 6: Nathan Buckley's future with Collingwood is looking doubtful after losing to Essendon on ANZAC Day and the Western Bulldogs are in for a tough one against GWS.
Round 5: Essendon and the AFL are copping flack over increasing ticket prices for the Bombers’ ANZAC Day game against Collingwood, and on Saturday the Western Bulldogs take on Brisbane Lions at Etihad.
Round 4: This week we spoke about Western Bulldogs taking on North Melbourne in the first ever Good Friday match, and asked how Jules’ Demons are going to go against Freo.
Round 3: Scott weighs in on the Gary Ablett fiasco and Lance “Buddy” Franklin’s 250th Game.
Round 2: Scott delivers some uplifting news for Jules and her fellow Demons fans and reflects on a ripping AFLW Grand Final.
Round 1: Jules and Kris get Scott’s take on the inaugural AFLW season and the Western Bulldogs’ chances of taking out back-to-back premiership flags.