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Good Athletes Need Great Management.

There's no better management team to secure your future than Mac's Sports.

For over a decade, Macs Sports Promotions has been providing a unique and personal management service exclusively for AFL players.

Under the leadership of accredited AFL player agent and managing director, Anthony McConville, Macs Sports offers full support and mentoring service for AFL players. At Macs Sports we concentrate on helping players meet their full potential both on and off the field and pride ourselves on building an extremely close player-agent relations by maintaining loyalty and integrity at all times.

The Macs Sports head office is located on Mount Alexander Road, Essendon. We're only 10 minutes from Melbourne Airport, 7 minutes from the CBD, and easily accessible to all Melbourne based clubs. Our Adelaide office is in the heart of the CBD and less than 1km from Adelaide Oval.

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In the media

16th Jan 2018Gawn OK with players taking ‘torture’ to union
16th January 2018
Gawn OK with players taking ‘torture’ to union

thYOS8VV8GMELBOURNE ruckman Max Gawn says he has no problem with teammates taking their safety concerns directly to their union rather than the leadership group, after a player-led push saw the Demons' pre-season camp cancelled last month.

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12th Jan 2018Porter ready to get to work
12th January 2018
Porter ready to get to work

untitledHe may have been selected with one of the last few picks in last month's NAB AFL Draft, but new Bulldog Callum Porter would have to be in the top few for highly-decorated junior careers.

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11th Jan 2018Six times overlooked, new Pie has what it takes
11th January 2018
Six times overlooked, new Pie has what it takes

brodesIT'S TAKEN six years for Brody Mihocek's name to be called in an AFL draft, but he can expect a much shorter wait to make his Collingwood debut, according to his former coach Gary Ayres.

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11th Jan 2018Head start can’t help Saints change ‘Gears’
11th January 2018
Head start can’t help Saints change ‘Gears’

Jarryn Geary7ST KILDA has become so accustomed to its captain Jarryn Geary winning time trials that he was made to start with a disadvantage in the latest 3km race – and the defender still won.

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