Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Netball kicks off this week

Cam Hooke has the latest news with Collingwood’s AFLW progress and the first game for the Collingwood Netball team.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Spieth flying, Perth debuts new format

Catch up with the latest golfing news from across the globe including Tiger Woods and his injury concerns.

Nitro Athletics – The revolution is here, but is still a work in progress!

Joseph Ryan reports on the new buzz in athletics; teams-based ‘Nitro Athletics.’ And on being present to watch the sprinting of the great Usain Bolt.

Almanac Boxing (Photo): Now that’s gotta tickle

Peter Argent snapped this ringside shot of D. Green landing one on A. Mundine at the Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

The 2017 Whitney Mercilus Cup

Getting a band back together, the songs are flowing; some commentary about sport, mainly footy in all its forms, are some of the things on Earl’s mind as he takes refuge from the heat.

Rolling into Rod Laver Arena – #AusOpen Mens Quad Wheelchair Singles final

Anyone for tennis? Wheelchair tennis that is! Joseph Ryan relives his first encounter of wheelchair tennis as Dylan Alcott takes out the Australian Open Quad Wheelchair Final at Rod Laver Arena.

Tennis and Eternity

Under the glorious elms at Yarrawonga, Dips ponders the essentials of life; generational change and mortality, tennis, music, and realising, as Shakespeare wrote, that “life is but a walking shadow.”

Dear Mr. Federer,

Danni Eid never doubted Roger. She wants him to live forever – please!

Nadal v Federer – why we love an epic contest

Having given the game of tennis away after the indiscretions of Kyrgios and Tomic, Craig Dodson finds joy in an epic on Rod Laver between Federer and Nadal.

Ignorance can’t be ignored!

Jan Courtin comes down hard on a gaff in a presentation.

Almanac Footy History: Albert ‘Pompey’ Austin

Who was Albert (Pompey) Austin and why is his story so significant? Historian Roy Hay tells the intriguing tale of this nineteenth century sportsman and entertainer, possibly the only Indigenous man to play top level football during that period . [You may be able to help with information and further research – Ed]

Journalists have the right to resist compulsion to intrude

Ironmike provides plenty of food for thought about the dilemma facing journalists when preparing an item for publication, particularly the ethical considerations and the implications that may result from that story.

Almanac Basketball: Trusting The Process In Philadelphia

The city of Philadelphia has had a dud basketball team for a while. Despite their wonderful (earlier) history, the Sixers have had a tough time of it in recent years. Alex Docherty explains what’s gone on and why.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Tommy terrific in Abu Dhabi, Tiger heads to San Diego

Hamish Neal’s weekly worldwide golf wrap, including the return for 2017 of the LPGA Tour.

Anyone for Tennis?

A week at the tennis concluding with the tragedy in Bourke Street puts thing in perspective for the Robb family.

Oh, what a weekend

Between looking after a recuperating husband, and being dismayed about the world of men in locker rooms, Jan has had a full on weekend.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Thomas at the double, Storm victorious in South Africa

Hamish Neal looks at this week in golf. And who is Johan van der Wath?

Bold sporting predictions… for 2037

Twenty years have passed, and the world of sport has undergone a semi-revolution. Luckily, Hamish Neal is here to guide us through 2037’s sporting landscape.

Tennis anyone?

Worried about the lack of interest at his local tennis club, Joeya shares his opinions and predictions for the upcoming Australian Open.

Almanac Soccer – A-League 1,000: The Chasing Edition

Hamish Neal previews the exciting round 15 matches this weekend including the top four battle between Melbourne Victory and Brisbane Roar.