Jamie Simmons once again ventures to Brendale, this time to catch the Brisbane Round 4 AFLW clash with GWS. From his vantage point on the hill/knoll (not Noll), he savours the feeling of a 4-0 start to the season.
Jamie Simmons captures all the highs and lows of his first date with The South Pine Sports Complex including sweltering mascots, a would-be auctioneer as ground announcer and noisy children.
Jamie Simmons battles the distractions of his dying fridge and his dogs at home as he watches Fremantle play Brisbane.
“I’m not sure I can ever remember a time where I have been so proud of my code. I just want to ruffle its hair and pinch its cheeks I’m so damned proud”. So says Jamie Simmons, despite the vagaries of Cranbourne.
Jamie ‘Igor’ Simmons with a little Summer inspired multi-tasking.
As “a 3rd generation Fitzroy supporter and one time Beta Max owner” Jamie Simmons knows a thing or two about disappointment. But in the blossoming young Giants, he sees a potential future for his Lions.
With Brisbane staring at a big loss to Fremantle, Jamie Simmons finds the positives and comes out a winner.
For Igor, Brisbane’s loss to Sydney was not all gloomy, he introduced an old love to a new love and they seem perfectly happy to share him.
Lifelong RoyBoy Jamie Simmons makes the trip from Brisbane to Brunswick Street Oval to see the local team take on Old Caulfield Grammarians. Back in the city of his youth, he is reminded of times past.
A crushing defeat, the eternal bridesmaid, the temptation of an expensive mini-bar… this would be a bummer of a read if Jamie Simmons didn’t have such a dry sense of humour.
Jamie Simmons brings out the members’ gold cap for the first time in season 2015. Familiar faces in the Gabba stands hold their own stories. Another season awaits.
Having survived another football off-season, Jamie Simmons recalls his search for something to replace the joy of football. Today he presents the A-E of his ‘couch-bound expedition to investigate the merits of other televised sports.”
The story of “Wheels” and the impact he had on a local footy club. [Funny – Ed]
A monsoon makes a mockery of Jamie Simmons plans to showcase footy to new friend Mel.
Don’t you hate it when you have one of those “I wish I’d thought of that witty comeback earlier” moments. Jamie Simmons had one at the ‘Gabba, and it would have been a beauty.
Jamie Simmons is at a loss to understand life in a Gabba corporate box, let alone the Lions’ form. Or lack thereof.
Jamie Simmons (Igor sounds more intimidating) wants his Brisbane Lions to stir up some genuine inter-club rivalry to increase passion for his team North of the Tweed. Any takers?
Igor02 (Ivan Maric’s long lost brother?) rejoices in the quality of the 2013 Footy Almanac (book). He wants an annual vote for the best piece. Choosing between your children?
When a kebab gets the three votes, and an adult wearing a Pikachu onesie (Google it) is among the highlights, you know it’s been a tough trip to the Gold Coast for Jamie Simmons.
The Shinboners have become the AFL’s version of a Dan Brown novel – they start out well enough but you’re guaranteed a disappointing finish – but to denounce North any further would do injustice to Gold Coast’s endeavour and evolution as a club.