Round 22 – Carlton v Hawthorn: Nemesis

Peter Fuller saw his Blues record an unexpected win against a hard to beat foe.

Round 21 – West Coast v Carlton: Unrequited

Peter Fuller imagines the 2017 season as a romantic drama. If so, Carlton is having a bit of a dry spell.

Round 21 – Western Bulldogs v GWS: Just how good are the young guns?

Peter Fuller is a Carlton supporter but he went to this important match and had a good look at the two sides. What happened? And was it more than accuracy that won the Giants the game?

Round 20 – Essendon v Carlton: Bombers Prevail After A Scare

Honourable losses – like fine words – butter no parsnips according to Peter Fuller.

Round 15 – Carlton v Adelaide: Fighting back

Peter Fuller was impressed with Carlton’s fight back in the last quarter to scare the Crows. The Blues may have fallen short, but their improvement from last season’s game has supporters excited for the future.

Round 14 – Richmond v Carlton: Return to normalcy

  In a weekend marked by high drama and some unexpected results, Richmond v Carlton provided a return to normalcy. The Tigers emerged as expected with a comfortable victory, and had the match in their control for most of the proceedings.   When I suggested just prior to ¾ time that they could don Joffa’s [Read more]

Round 9 – Fremantle v Carlton: Luck has deserted us

Peter Fuller’s sense of optimism disappeared during the second half as Fremantle got the better of Carlton at Subiaco.

Round 7 – Collingwood v Carlton: There were two teams playing you know

Peter Fuller has waited patiently for the Collingwood cacophony to quieten before posting a Blues perspective of last week’s game. [Very classy PJF – JTH]

Round 3 – Carlton v Essendon: Marching past March

Peter Fuller – Carlton man – reflects on a grinding win in tough conditions. And, remembering a Parkin dictum, takes heart that the future might be better than March suggested.

AFLW Grand Final – Brisbane v Adelaide: Worthy Of The Name

Peter Fuller reflects on the season that’s been and speculates on the strategies used in women’s footy while commentating the conclusion of the season.

Finals Week 3: Preliminary Finals – A Neutral Perspective

Taking the position of neutral observer, Peter Fuller provides an insightful analysis of the weekend’s Preliminary Finals.

Finals Weeks 1 and 2: From the wilds of Wyoming and beyond

Peter Fuller is on tour in North America where he is trying to follow what has been an fascinating AFL September. Here he writes about what’s kept him informed.

Round 17 – Carlton v West Coast: On a peculiar match

Peter Fuller provides his view on “a peculiar match.” The Navy Blues may have been flattered by the final score, but there were “glimpses of ability, pregnant with possibility.”

Round 15 – Carlton v Collingwood: Dark Blues kept b&w party closer than polls predicted

Peter Fuller scrutinises Saturday night’s game, on the eve of an impending #ausexit of his own.

Round 11 – Carlton v Brisbane: Unsung Heroes

Better late than never, Peter Fuller’s match report of Carlton’s win against Brisbane in Rd 11, a treat for Carlton fans not wanting to read about the loss to St Kilda.

Round 9 – North Melbourne v Carlton: Murphy’s law

With a dearth of marking forwards, and a neophyte ruckman, Peter Fuller writes Carlton were always going to struggle against North.

Injustice: Port was done over

Port supporter Peter Fuller on reviewing Port’s season has come to the conclusion that the fixture influenced the ladder order.

Round 21 – Carlton v Melbourne: Consolation

Peter Fuller nails the ‘match-day experience’ for the rank and file Carlton supporter in 2015, while wondering how much his grandkids will be able to extract from Rick Milne’s descendants for Peter’s complete set of Carlton Wooden Spoon Year Membership cards?

Round 20 – Brisbane v Carlton: Words Fail

Sometimes not saying anything can say so much more than a 1,000 word rant might, as Blues fan Peter Fuller demonstrates. [Clubhouse leader for post of the month, for mine. – Ed]

Round 19 – Collingwood v Carlton: Correspondent Sidelined, Magpies Muddle Through

A late scratching from the MCG, Peter Fuller nevertheless cast his navy blue eyes over proceedings from his lounge room. [Resilience, flexibility, craft; as well as the football. Get well Peter – Ed].