11 year old in stolen car arrested in Adelaide police pursuit

Police say they tried to pull over a white Toyota Prius just before 4:00am after checks revealed it had allegedly been stolen during a break-in in Valley View on Friday morning.

When the vehicle failed to stop, they pursued it along John Rice Avenue and Main North Road at Elizabeth South before it crashed into a tree at the intersection of Main North and Montague roads in Pooraka.

The driver fled the car but a search involving a police dog quickly located the suspect nearby.

The 11-year-old from Craigmore was charged with illegal use of a motor vehicle.

Crows pass on nominating son of dual flag hero for draft

The son of club champion Tyson Edwards was told by the Crows on Saturday the club would not submit the paperwork required to have priority access to him in December's draft. 

Edwards was touted as a first-round talent early in the season, but the Crows did not expect to use any of their four selections in the top 23 on him. They hold picks No.1, No.9, No.22, No.23 and No.40 in the first two rounds. 

The decisions means Edwards, who has played as both a midfielder and half-back this season, is available to all clubs without restrictions. 

Dimma declares top Tigers to be certain starters

Cotchin, 27, trained with his Richmond teammates on Tuesday morning just over 24 hours after he sought medical treatment for the migraine, a problem from which he occasionally suffers.

Coach Damien Hardwick admitted to a moment of panic when told his premiership captain had been admitted to the Epworth Hospital.

"The hospital thing came first, so it was always a little bit of a concern," Hardwick said on Tuesday.

"It was a little bit alarming when I heard he was in hospital, but pleasingly enough for us he was discharged pretty early the next day.

Underground with Koven: Notorious Adelaide graffiti artist inspired by the 'nanny state'

The illusive artist who goes by the name Koven has been writing his tag on structures and walls around the city since the mid 2000s.

He is perhaps one of the city's most recognised writers due to some audacious roll-ups (graffiti painted up high on buildings, often with rollers).

In more recent years, however, his tag has appeared in small stickers placed on street lights, stobie polls, poster walls and pubs.

On-fire Fyfe the difference as Fremantle edge Adelaide

But with 26 possessions, 10 clearances and two goals, the Brownlow medallist was the difference between his side winning and losing. Of those touches, 17 were contested.

The Dockers kicked six goals to the Crows' four after half time to earn them a 1.9.6 (69) 8.19 (67) win — two late goals from the boot of Nick Suban sealing the victory.