Glen Potter journeyed to Tungamah for the fine local hospitality and to take in the Grand Final of the local footy league. Go Bears!
Aoteaora is home to many fine musicians and actors. What about Australian Rules footballers? Glen picks a side from The Land of The Long White Cloud.
Glen Davis chooses three British Empire Test Cricket teams: from Africa, the Caribbean and India. He welcomes your suggestions, especially for wicketkeepers!
Glen Davis nominates his best team of Ovens and Murray League players to have lined up for North Melbourne. Omissions, adjustments and debate encouraged.
Glen picks a team of players from the Riverina who went on to represent the Swans (both of the South Melbourne & Sydney variety). And he will take on board any suggestions regarding players he may have overlooked.
Glen D enjoys an afternoon at the Corowa races but needed a win in Adelaide to save the day.
Glen highlights a couple of underdogs who have finally got recognition for their work and achievements – Sam Soliman in boxing and Peta Searle as the first female assistant coach in the AFL.
Glen Davis reviews Malcolm Knox’s Bradman’s War – and heartily recommends it.
A mixed bag at the Avoca Races on one of Australia’s most important days in the calendar.
Before Glen goes off to the races, he shares some thoughts on ANZAC Day.
This concept has gained some momentum, and momentum is everything in modern sport.
Glen has picked a team of premiership captains who have gone on to coach premiership teams. He’s run out of gas, and needs some suggestions.
Glen and his mates take the long trip to the Riverina for the Ardlethan Cup. But their loyalty is rewarded with winners.
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.