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Lessons learnt from Crows game says Ah Chee

Young forward Callum Ah Chee says the SUNS must continue to be bold with the ball to keep their season on track.

4:01pm  Apr 24, 2017

The best Saad's played: Eade

Rodney Eade said Adam Saad's round five performance was the best he's seen from the 22-year-old.

3:29pm  Apr 24, 2017

Leslie's lofty task

Defender Jack Leslie faced the lofty task of manning Adelaide captain Tex Walker in just his ninth AFL game.

11:33am  Apr 24, 2017

Who's burning up the training track?

Michael Whiting  February 15, 2016 3:33 PM

AFL 2015 Training - Gold Coast 171215

A mix of old and new have shone for the SUNS so far, with small defender Sean Lemmens particularly impressive. Lightly built, Lemmens is stronger right through his body and much more difficult to push off the ball in contested situations.

Second year housemates Touk Miller, whose thirst for work is hard to top, and Peter Wright, have been standouts. Wright is noticeably stronger and already keeping his feet better than his first year.

READ: Miller pushing to cement midfield role

Captain Gary Ablett has done a power of training and shown no side effects from the knee and shoulder injuries that curtailed his 2015, while Nick Malceski has been uninterrupted and looks like a new recruit after carrying a knee problem for much of last year.

Draftee Josh Schoenfeld has not only been a sensation in the running, but also added 6kg to his light frame.