Sunday, 31 March 2019
Charlie Curnow is set
to miss up to three weeks after suffering bone bruising in his right knee during the opening term of Carlton's loss to Port Adelaide.
Monday, 11 March 2019
Ed Curnow is relishing his new
role up forward as part of Carlton's reshaped attack, working in tandem with brother Charlie Curnow.
"Getting the opportunity to be involved in (scoring) chains with Charlie and maybe get on the end of a few and give him the ball a few times will be good," Ed said.
"We have a tight relationship, we're pretty competitive with each other.
"We also communicate quite aggressively, which I think sets a good example for the rest of the team."
Friday, 5 October 2018
Patrick Cripps caps a career-best 2018 season
with his second John Nicholls Medal, dominating the club's best and fairest count at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Veteran defender Kade Simpson polled 108 votes in second, while Ed Curnow and Charlie Curnow tied for third spot with 98 votes each.
Thursday, 21 June 2018
Charlie Curnow extends his contract with Carlton by four years to remain at the club until the end of 2023.
"The club is basically an extension of my family and I wanted to repay the faith they have shown in me since I arrived at the end of 2015," Curnow said.
"I really believe in where our football program is heading. We are a very close-knit playing group and we are driven to get this club back to where it belongs so Iím rapt to be staying around and helping us get there."
Thursday, 17 May 2018
Carlton midfielder Ed Curnow is found guilty of intentional umpire contact by the AFL Appeal Board and hit with a one-match suspension, but his younger brother Charlie Curnow has been cleared of the same charge.
Both Curnows were cleared of intentional umpire contact by the Tribunal on Tuesday night and fined $1000 after pleading guilty to the lesser charge of careless contact, decisions which prompted an appeal by AFL football operations manager Steve Hocking.
"We had a very reasonable jury on Tuesday that found (Charlie) guilty of careless contact with the umpire and yet (it's) pretty frustrating that same jury has been found to be unreasonable when they found Ed guilty of that same charge," Carlton football manager Andrew McKay said.
"So to come here is a little bit confusing. We'll cop it on the chin and move on."
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
The AFL will appeal downgraded umpire contact findings against Carlton brothers Ed Curnow and Charlie Curnow, describing the sanctions imposed as "manifestly inadequate".
Magpies coach Collingwood coach says Geelong have reason to question the AFL Tribunal's decision to clear Carlton players Ed Curnow and Charlie Curnow of their separate intentional umpire contact charges, after Tom Hawkins was dealt a one-game suspension for similar contact.
"If I was Geelong I'd be bleeding Ö absolutely bleeding," he told SEN radio.
"Because Hawkins handled himself so well, I thought the club handled it well. You'd be scratching your head wondering, 'Why be so gracious when it's not actually supported or followed through?'"
Patrick Dangerfield slams the Tribunal's decision to downgrade Carlton players Ed Curnow and Charlie Curnow's intentional umpire contact charges a week after Tom Hawkins was slapped with a one-game ban.
"I think it was farcical, to be honest," Dangerfield told SEN radio.
"It's a couple of years running now that Tom has worn the brunt of the MRP. Then the following weeks the same thing has happened and it hasn't been consistent.
"I think we're all scratching our heads as to where is the consistency because I'm a little confused."
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Ed Curnow and Charlie Curnow successfully challenge charges of intentional umpire contact at the Tribunal.
Both the Curnow brothers pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of careless contact with an umpire and were fined $1000 by the Tribunal.
Charlie Curnow was charged with making intentional contact with umpire Matt Stevic during the third quarter of Carlton's victory over Essendon at the MCG last Saturday, with his case referred directly to the Tribunal by Match Review Officer Michael Christian.
The same happened with Ed Curnow after he lightly touched Nathan Williamson in the chest with his right hand, about five minutes before his brother.
Thursday, 22 March 2018
Charlie Curnow starts his 2018 season with a career-best game, booting a career-high five goals along with 19 disposals, 10 marks and 5 inside-50s.
"We know we've got a special talent. We're rapt to have him," Carlton coach Brendon Bolton said.
"Most importantly though, he understands and we understand there's huge growth still and his mindset is going to allow him to get better."
Monday, 10 July 2017
Charlie Curnow earns the round 16 NAB AFL Rising Star nomination after tallying 19 disposals, 10 marks and 2 goals against Melbourne.
"I started this season off pretty slow, but 'Bolts' (coach Brendon Bolton) and the coaching staff were really good," Curnow said.
"They told me to go off and work on areas of my game and recently I've started to benefit from that. Having Levi Casboult and Matthew Wright in the forward line helping me makes it a lot easier, because they're both playing really good football."
Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Charlie Curnow's season could be over with a medial ligament injury expected to sideline him for four to six weeks.
Curnow was injured when teammate Levi Casboult fell across his right knee during the third quarter of the Blues' loss to the Sydney Swans.
"Scans have revealed it is a medial ligament injury," Carlton football manager Andrew McKay said.
"We're still not completely sure on what timeframe he'll be out for. But it will be somewhere between four and six weeks, which means he's a chance to come back just before the end of the season but there's also a chance that he won't be back."
Friday, 8 January 2016
Charlie Curnow says he has learnt a valuable lesson after having his drivers licence suspended for two years and copping a $4000 fine in the Geelong's Magistrates Court.
"I know I made a horrible mistake and itís something I deeply regret. The court ruling today is a life lesson I will never forget," Curnow said.
"I messed up, Iíve let a lot of people down and itís on me to show to my family, my club and my teammates it was a one off."
Tuesday, 24 November 2015
Carlton selects Charlie Curnow with pick No.12 in the 2015 NAB AFL Draft.
"He's a powerful forward, who can possibly go through the midfield," Carlton list manager Stephen Silvagni said.
"He didn't play a lot of footy this year and if you look at him as a forward he's a bit different to the other boys we brought in Ė he's different to Harry (McKay) and he's different to Jack in some ways as well. So there's a good mix."
Charlie Curnow says he's ashamed at being arrested by police just days before being selected in the NAB AFL Draft.
"I made a terrible mistake and it's something I deeply regret and it's something that I am going to have to deal with," Curnow said.
"It's my own fault and something I'm disappointed in myself with.
"I have let a lot of people down and I'm just lucky enough that Carlton had the faith to pick me up."
Sunday, 22 November 2015
AFL national talent football manager Michael Ablett says clubs will have no choice but to factor in Charlie Curnow's off-field indiscretion when they weigh up where to draft the talented forward.
"Clubs have definitely got to give it consideration and take into account the decision that he's made," Ablett said.
"I have spoken to Charlie and he understands he made a poor choice and he's taken responsibility for that and he's got to live with the consequences."
Friday, 20 November 2015
Top-five draft prospect Charlie Curnow has been held by police after refusing a breath test.
The 18-year-old, from the Geelong Falcons, had been linked to Melbourne (pick No.3) and Essendon (picks four and five) ahead of Tuesday's NAB AFL Draft in Adelaide.
It is understood he was released from Geelong police station early on Friday morning.
AFL club recruiting managers and key stakeholders were informed later on Friday by e-mail.