Alan Stewart had most of the ground covered as he watched Adelaide claim their spot in the AFL Women’s Grand Final.
While the rest of the city was white, it was all red and blue at the Western Oval as Alan Stewart watched the Dees beat the doggies in the AFLW
The Western Bulldogs proved far too good for Fremantle in the opening round of the AFLW and Alan Stewart has it covered.
Alan Stewart watched Hawthorn maintain dominance over Melbourne with thirteenth win in a row against the Demons
Did Snoopy ever finish that novel? Well, the Hawks certainly finished off the Bombers on a dark and stormy night
Alan Stewart gives us his minute by minute account of Hawthorn’s Semi-Final win.
Alan Stewart reflects on a pretty clinical display from the Hawks as Hawthorn and Carlton honour the tragic loss of Brett Ratten’s son.
Carlton versus Hawthorn; Alan Stewart recalls that over twenty years ago the margin was similar but the song sung at the end of the games was different.
Alan Stewart went to watch his Hawks play against the Saints at Etihad Stadium and saw one of those wins where you just take the points and move on.
Melbourne ‘got’ how good Hawthorn are to the tune of 105 points according to Alan Stewart
Alan Stewart went to the Collingwood Town Hall to see the launch of Mchael Hyde’s new novel, Footy Dreaming.
Alan Stewart has his lucky meal prior to the game, and wonders why his Hawks struggle so much with Preliminary Finals.
As a neutral with free tickets, Alan Stewart is underwhelmed by these two teams. Though shades of blue and keen observations make for a memorable day.
Premiership and birthday celebrations at the MCG: Alan Stewart takes in some Cyril brilliance as the Hawks demolish their number one challenger.
An observant Alan Stewart sees a dominant Dockers dismiss a disappointing Pies – but there is much that captures his attention.