Kate Birrell captures some Richmond fans celebrating (possibly) the upset of the season in all their visceral glory…
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Joe Burns century on debut is a victory for the traditional understanding of club cricket and its link to first class cricket, writes Norths’ team-mate Wally Wright.
The run chase is on at the ‘Gabba with Australia needing 128 for an outright win. Despite some resistance from Dharwan, who made 81 before being caught leg before by Nathan Lyon and Yadav with a cavalier 30, the Indians were all out for 224. Share your thoughts below as the Australian chase down a [Read more]
Enjoy a collection of some great writing from around the world of sport with The Footy Almanac’s Weekend Reads
Gabba Test, Australia v India – Day Three : Brad Haddin to Retire? Dispirited India Crushed by Johnson, Smith Partnership
What does the future hold for Brad Haddin? Patrick White from Cricket Froth sums up three eventful days of Test cricket.
About to set off on your summer break and looking for reading to get your teeth into?
Hamish Neal from Sydney’s Sky Sports Radio provides a unique and entertaining preview of this weekend’s A-League action.
We have uncovered a photo of Haiku Bob as a Haiku-ling in Brisbane junior footy.
Lou can’t believe what happened at the Gabba today.
The second Test between Australia and India is underway at the ‘Gabba. Join our live comments discussion!
The auction for Susan Sutton’s brilliant painting (the original on which this year’s Almanac cover is based) closes today.
Have you got any old VHS recordings of footy games from the 80s and 90s? Steve Davis has a few gaps in his collection.
Reviving a tradition established by The People’s Elbow, ‘Weekend Reading’ returns to the pages of the Almanac.
While Australian cricket fans celebrate, the Small Town Boy provides some analysis from the Indian team’s perspective
The Adelaide launch of The Footy Almanac 2014 will definitely go ahead on Dec 11 but is now 7 for 7.30pm. At the traditional venue.
Friend of the Almanac Tim Harcourt drops by with a slightly new economic take on Christmas.
John Harms is called down to his local ground by some students from Salesian College to tell a few stories of the club and its magnificent oval.