Meet the team
Shane Crawford has been on Postcards since 2008.
He was one of the AFL's biggest stars, winning the ultimate individual and team prizes, the 1999 Brownlow Medal and the 2008 premiership with Hawthorn.
He has transferred the same determination, ability, courage (and cheek) to the small screen.
Born in Finley, New South Wales, his quick wit, empathy and natural ease on camera led to regular appearances onThe Footy Show, where he revealed some fancy dance moves as well.
With the Sunday Herald Sun, he took readers behind the scenes and into the mind of a champion during his time as a columnist. He has also covered his other passion, horse racing, during the major carnivals for the Herald Sun, and in 2011, he assumed the role as the Face of Supercoach, the Herald Sun's interactive AFL competition played by over 400,000 readers.
Shane and long-time colleague Glenn McFarlane produced his autobiography, That's What I'm Talking About in 2010.
In 2010, Shane also completed an amazing feat, walking from Adelaide to Melbourne to raise money and awareness for the Breast Cancer Network Australia. That's What I'm Walkin' About lasted 12 days, raised $500,000 and saw Shane run back into The Footy Show set through streets lined with supporters dressed in pink.
In 2011, he continued to raise money for the Breast Cancer Network by taking part in Australia's first Celebrity Apprentice. Shane also released a kids wear label, Kiniki, with his business partners.