Damian Balassone accurately portrays the inaccurate Alex Fasolo….
Damian Balassone has written a poem about God himself, Gary Ablett.
Damian Balassone pens a poem to Collingwood and Sydney backman Shane Morwood.
A quatrain by Damian Balassone, an ode to Wayne Johnston.
Rod Marsh bowling at the WACA with Dennis Lillee keeping? Damian Balassone faces up to this reverse combination in his latest short poetry piece.
Inspired by Eddie Betts starring in his 250th game last weekend, Damian Balassone reflects on footy’s great crumbers.
Damian Balassone has compiled an entertaining list of stories of one-sided, accurate and inaccurate scores. (Well researched Damian-ed)
Damian posts a tribute to those players who wore the black and white with distinction between the premiership years of 1990 and 2010, but were not quite able to represent the Pies on those two big days
Pies supporter Damian Balassone has attempted to predict the future by writing a report on Geelong v Collingwood, a game that hasn’t happened yet.
It’s sudden death for Australia and India in today’s 2015 ICC World Cup semi final. Damian Balassone invites you to test your Cricket World Cup knowledge with this great little quiz.
Damian Balassone builds on recent Almanac conversation around sports players of Italian heritage with this: the Italian cricket team of the century. Did he miss anyone?
Damian Balassone gets his Pies home at the Templestow Hotel (some nice observations and descriptions which we’d expect from the poet D. Balassone – Ed)
Damian Balassone offers a poem to enchant and beguile. Filly, figment or female? You be the judge.
Damian Balassone has come up with an Asia-Pacific team to be reckoned with. Do you agree with his selections?
What is it about Collingwood and the final round?
Your chance to win a complimentary copy of Daniel Yammacoona – a collection of 45 poems by Damian Balassone. In a twist, you must identify the subjects of five quatrains. Good luck!
The Porpoise, the Lyon and Tom Lynch sounds like a Lewis Carroll poem but was almost Collingwood’s undoing.