Glen reports in from the Riverina as another country classic is run and won.
Our rural racing correspondent Glen has been to Donald for their first meeting for 2014 . Not as much community health as he’d hoped, but the race results and catering did not disappoint.
Glen ventures north of the Murray for a day out at Corowa – the home of the Freyer dynasty of horse trainers.
Glen gathers the troops and heads to Corowa and to Hanging Rock for the races. Here’s how things panned out.
Glen picks his best West Indian team of players with sub continent origins, notwithstanding the problem in the fast bowling ranks. What do you reckon?
Our rural racing correspondent Glen is back enjoying Avoca, at a rare TAB meeting.
Our rural racing correspondent Glen Davis journeys to Avoca for Cup Day.
A drink at the Star of the West in Port Fairy led Glen to ponder VFL stars that served in Vietnam. He is asking the Knacker fraternity for their memories of star players that served, and whether Essendon’s contingent of six was the largest from any club.
A trouncing for Katandra but a good weekend for Glen and his cohorts.
The traditional ANZAC Day races at Avoca is well worth a trip, writes Glen.
A road trip to the Ardlethan Cup threw up some unexpected surprises.
A hot Riverina Sunday saw a good turn out for the Corowa Cup.
Glen compiles an Australian Test 11 of players whose family origins are from the Emerald Isle. Would they do any worse than the current team?
Glen has compiled his multicultural Test 11. What do you think?
Glen Davis is about to celebrate a milestone birthday. He continues his look back on some of the most memorable sporting moments of his life-time.
Glen Davis is about to celebrate a milestone birthday. He looks back on some of the most memorable sporting moments of his life-time.
The wonderful Paul Kelly song, Bradman, has that verse re the 1930 Australian tour of England. He sings, All of Jackson’s grace failed him, it was Bradman, was the power. He sang of Archie Jackson.
I read recently of the sad passing of former Collingwod player, Kevin Grose. He played 32 senior games, scoring 10 goals in his three seasons at senior level 1975-1977. Most of his senior football was played on the flanks: half back and half forward. He played under two coaches, Murray Weideman, then Tommy Hafey. Kevin Grose was [Read more]