The successful AFL player boasting a prolific media career
Known for being one of AFL’s elite midfielders, Kane Cornes continues to inspire with a prolific and well-regarded media career across Australian sports entertainment.
Kane has been awarded four Best and Fairest’s and even has a place in Port Adelaide’s inaugural AFL Premiership to his name. Surpassing previous record holder Warren Tredrea, Kane retired from his sporting career in 2015 with an incredible 300 games. Since then, he has also been inducted into Port Adelaide's Hall of Fame in 2018.
Widely considered as a bright media talent within the AFL, Kane continues to make regular media appearances across Australia. He is the host of Nine Network’s Footy SA, co-host for The Round So Far, and a panellists on the Sunday Footy Show. He is a member of the FIVEaa and Crocmedia AFL teams, and also contributes weekly columns in The Advertiser.
Kane is a prolific radio host. He is the co-host of SEN1629 SA breakfast radio show with Andrew Haye, and the host of 'Captains Run' on SEN1116 Melb & SEN1629 SA.
With years of experience as a successful AFL player on the field, Kane Cornes continues to contribute expert opinions across a wealth of Australian sporting media.