Despite gathering a big group of Pies fans to the game, Luke Reynolds’ support wasn’t enough to lift his side over the line in a lacklustre game.
At the Almanac we are after the stories of your local cricket finals. Good luck to everyone that is involved in a finals campaign. Sadly for Luke Reynolds and the Pomborneit Cricket Club, there will be no finals action in 2017/18. A long off-season awaits.
Luke Reynolds with his top albums and EPs of 2016. Fair to say there’s an Australian bias here…
Luke Reynolds takes a punt on a Punt Road car park as day 5 of the 2nd Test delivers much more than expected.
Luke Reynolds gets Reckless with his Collingwood at Dockland experience, with apologies to Australian Crawl.
Luke Reynolds seems a bit gruff after another “honourable loss” by Collingwood. There’s no escape.
Luke Reynolds writes for the Floreat Pica Society this week; reporting on a Magpie first quarter that was colder than “a mother-in-law’s stare.”
A full board of Saturday commitments but for Luke Reynolds beating Carlton was the most important outcome of July 2.
One of Australia’s finest live rock bands, The Living End, were in Melbourne last week. Luke Reynolds was there at the Forum to see them live (and to report for the Almanac).
Luke Reynolds was stuck at home watching Collingwood play the Bulldogs. Mrs R, in her writing debut for the Almanac, co-writes from an alternate point of view about a family day watching the footy at home.
For Luke Reynolds, his sporting passion comes in black and white, Collingwood and Newcastle United fan and neither are delivering the goods.
Luke Reynolds ponders the effect of some big “late ins” on Sunday morning while watching Collingwood explode. (Clever – Ed.)
For Luke Reynolds, there were few positives for his Magpies while St Kilda celebrated their big day out.
For the good of ODI cricket, the baggy gold must be returned.
Luke Reynolds, man of the people, heads behind glass at the MCG for the first time. “The barramundi is a highlight”. Shame about the contest.