22 September 2006: Sydney win the 1st Preliminary Final by beating a plucky Fremantle 19.13 (127) to 14.8 (92) at Telstra Stadium, and will now play for the 2006 AFL premiership at the MCG on 30 September, against the West Coast Eagles.
9 September 2006: Sydney win their qualifying final by beating West Coast at Subiaco, gaining a week off and a home preliminary final.
8 September 2006: Jared Crouch admits he was playing with a chronic ankle injury, a broken collarbone, along with hamstring and lower back problems
31 August 2006: Swans defender Tadhg Kennelly will wear the red and white for a further three seasons
11 July 2006: Paul Williams announces he needs season ending shoulder surgery. With his previous announcement, he is now retired after 306 games and 306 goals with Collingwood and Sydney
1 July 2006: Jared Crouch's unbroken run of games from his debut in 1998 comes to an end due to injury (and does not play for the rest of the season)
21 June 2006: Paul Williams announces he will retire at the end of the season after 16 seasons playing first for Collingwood and then Sydney