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.
James S & the Jolimont Street Band have released their latest single. But it’s a 33 not a 45, just like the subject’s average.
Luke Reynolds on one of the most tumultuous days in cricket history. Really.
Luke Reynolds reminds us it’s cricket season and for all the talk on this site about next year’s line-ups for AFL sides, what about the Australian Test team and ODI team?
Classic Reynolds: family, travel, people, music (Mark Seymour), footy – all the good stuff. And this match report contains a gem about one of the boundary umpires. [Really enjoyable Luke – JTH]
Luke Reynolds reviews Day 3 of the First Ashes Test in Cardiff. In a day that he describes belonged to England and was a missed opportunity for Shane Watson to put his mark on the game.
An appreciative Luke Reynolds casts his eye over the career of Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris, who was forced by injury to retire from all forms of the game.
It’s been a year of (somewhat) welcome tumult for Luke Reynolds. As he clocks up his Rene Kink birthday watching the Pies take the game right up to Freo, the shiraz has been cracked open and reflection is plentiful
The Pies hold firm and take away the four points against GWS… unfortunately for the Giants’ fans at the MCG (both of them). Luke Reynolds reports.
Pies supporter Luke Reynolds takes his family to the G and they watch a great Pies comeback, which makes Luke so glad they made the effort to go.