“Look! Up in the sky!” “It’s a bird!” “It’s a plane!” “No – It’s SuperNic!”
The contest reminded Peter Baulderstone of a Bill Collins race call from the 1970’s when two gallopers called Nobody and Nothing were both running around in Melbourne.
Eagles fan Peter Baulderstone adopted the Mike Brearley theory of leadership heading into the Port game. John Worsfold appeared to as well. It didn’t work. Is Gai Waterhouse the answer?
SS Eagles is going under quicksmart says Peter Baulderstone.
Peter Baulderstone channels his inner Kennett after a demoralising West Coast loss.
In this entertaining review Peter Baulderstone explains how he chuckled his way through Footy Town on a flight to Perth. (It’s always nice to know when the connection you hope a book makes with people is evident – JTH)
Watto tells his side of the story.
Peter Baulderstone has called for board games and other obscure sports to help keep certain Cronulla and Essendon players busy this year.
AFL CEO Elmer Fudd has been granted bail on the charge of causing unnecessary criminal damage to the game. Mr Fudd is unrepentant.
The current performance enhancing drugs controversy should be the “canary in the coalmine” to tell us that there are some things rotten in the culture, value and ethics of modern professional sport.
Shakespeare had it all sorted out 500 years ago. Fate, destiny, hubris and tragedy – all mixed up in a poisonous brew. Peter Baulderstone presents the Tragedy of Macbeth – adapted for the modern age of professional sport.
In a shock announcement, Shane Warne has used the release of his Second Manifesto docutweet to announce that he is turning his back on cricket.
Peter Baulderstone looks at the state of the nation through the sporting lens in the lead-up to Australia Day.
Peter Baulderstone has been visiting the Grantland website and recommends this analysis of the current state of men’s tennis, and the allure of Tomic to distant eyes.
Peter Baulderstone alerts all darts fans to Booker Prize winner Howard Jacobson’s piece on World Darts Champion Phil Taylor.
Peter Baulderstone has found the Christmas spirit – for most…
Peter Baulderstone struggles to take the Australian Cricket Board at its word when it declares (with hand on heart) that test cricket is the pinnacle of the modern game.
Peter Baulderstone spreads some yuletide cheer with his take on some classic Christmas carols – Bluebaggers, Cats fans, Sainters and head office be warned.
Peter Baulderstone channels the American singer-songwriter for his Ricky Ponting commemorative poem.