The Lennon girls star as Wests chalk up another win.
Continuing the annual Tasmanian pilgrimage, Sasha and Molly Lennon met with Peter Hudson and the Suns wouldn’t set in a closer than expected game for Hawthorn.
Sasha Lennon shares his Port Augusta footy moments.
On first impressions, the ‘Predictable’ tag might stink of arrogance, but for Sasha Lennon, it speaks to the discipline, commitment and versatility under all kinds of challenges that defines this Hawks outfit and goes some way to explaining – talent notwithstanding – why they’ll be in their fourth consecutive Grand Final on Saturday.
Unlike many of us (including me – Ed), Sasha Lennon thought that the week long derision of Hawthorn bode well for their Semi-Final chances. He was right.
Toowong’s Wests Juniors U13 girls have made it through to the Grand Final in their first year. How much sleep will Sasha Lennon get this week?
Sasha Lennon uncovers a photo of Blackburn High’s 1966 team featuring long-time Almanac supporter Roger Gibbins.
Sasha Lennon and family head to Metricon where he kids have to listen to some serious reminiscing until (thankfully for them) the game starts and the Hawks are mighty again.
Well, it took a prod and a push, but it had to come eventually folks. Sasha Lennon gives the unexpurgated Hawthorn view of the Grand Final. [He tries hard to be generous, but it’s very difficult for them – Ed]
Sasha Lennon spoke to Brownlow medallist Ross Glendinning and found a very humble champion.
This article reports on a review of selected theory and practice in sports journalism to determine if the prominence of female journalists reporting the news of the AFL could be attributed to a feminist response to the traditional domination of male values in the sports media complex.
The argument that the 2008 premiership matters more than the matches the Hawks have lost to the Cats since then is beginning to wear a little thin, writes Hawks fan Sasha Lennon.
Sasha Lennon’s daughter, Molly, reminds him of her Grandad when they’re at the footy. They raised a glass to him, and the mighty Hawks, after their annual trip to Tassie.
Hawthorn’s well-drilled infantry, led by its indomitable general in Luke Hodge, reminded anyone interested in the fate of the 2013 season why Hawthorn should be rightful premiership contenders, writes Sasha Lennon.
The Western Desert Football League is arguably the most remote football league in Australia, possibly the world.
Almanac supporter Marcus Spiller recently discovered this gem of a photo dating back to 1965 at Princes Park, when as a young Italian-Australian growing up in North Carlton, he spent many a weekend playing footy and dreaming of bigger things.
Sasha Lennon wants to profile former players who have missed out on playing in a premiership side and he needs your help.
Two weeks ago today it was with great sadness and the happiest of memories that I said goodbye to my Dad for the last time. Born Edward Michael Lennon in Dublin in 1941, to all of us, he was known simply as Eddie or, as many liked to call him, Big Ed. This said more [Read more]
by Sasha Lennon At six foot five inches tall, Damian Bourke looks every bit as lean as the Geelong Football Club captain who retired from the game almost 20 years ago. Making coffee in his suburban Brisbane kitchen, he recalls with fondness his days at Geelong and later at the Brisbane Bears/Lions where he [Read more]
With the Hawks in winning form and the finals upon us, I’m feeling quietly confident, though a little confused. I’d written the Cats off just a week ago. I’ve been writing them off all year. All season, I’ve watched and waited for the once mighty to fall, their gallant but weary warriors unable to defy [Read more]