Prompted by the efforts of Mason Cox (Collingwood, USA), Glen! selects a team of VFL/AFL footballers born outside of Australia. [Add your own selection – Ed].
Glen highlights the life of an Aussie Rules founder.
Glen! reviews The Hafey Years; Reliving a golden Era at Richmond, by Elliot Cartledge perhaps worth a read down at Tigerland.
Footscray have lost a loyal fan in this tribute by Glen! to his mother.
Glen presents a team of inked players, has he left anyone out?
Another gem from Glen!, with this “hair today, gone tomorrow” team of nude nuts. Who else should get a run?
Glen! moves beyond the AFL/VFL to select his best team from the mighty Port Melbourne Burra’s (Boroughs? – Ed) that dominated the VFA in the 70’s and 80’s.
Glen has a crack at a Bulldogs team that departed the Kennel
Glen’s fourth Quaddy leg is this list of players whose careers kicked on once they moved to Sleepy Hollow. Give us yours.
Glen provides the next leg of his Geelong quaddie, players who kicked on at other clubs, anyone missing?
Glen selects a team of Geelong recruits that didn’t cut the mustard
Glen D suggests a team based on departed Geelong players
What rhymes with Yarck? While nothing beats a Frisky Cruiser and Sister Olive wasn’t a Josephite as Glen brings all the colour from the Yea Cup
Glen ponders the future and how we will spend our leisure
Any day when you leave the track with more money than when you arrived, is a good day. Glen had a good day at Corowa.
Glen made the enjoyable trip to Wodonga Race Track on a day honouring the memory of Kelsey Watts. The Border Ovarian Cancer Awareness group continue their much-appreciated efforts.
Glen! shares his memories of the mighty Coburg Footy Club, who certainly made their presence felt in the 1970’s and ’80’s. He also names his best team from the period [plenty of familiar names! – Ed]
Victoria’s Ovens and Murray League held their white ribbon round on the weekend, and threw a number of local ‘derbies’ in to the mix (North Albury v Albury, Wodonga v Wodonga Raiders) for good mix. Glen and the lads from the Royal Oak headed to John Foorde Oval where the Corowa-Rutherglen Roos met Brendan Fevola’s Yarrawonga Pigeons
One of many racing enthusiasts here at the Almanac, Glen headed north to Corowa for some Riverina thoroughbred action.