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.
Worried about the lack of interest at his local tennis club, Joeya shares his opinions and predictions for the upcoming Australian Open.
Hamish Neal previews the exciting round 15 matches this weekend including the top four battle between Melbourne Victory and Brisbane Roar.
Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Thomas and Matsuyama go 1-2 again, European Tour set to return for 2017
Hamish Neal wraps up all of last week’s happenings on the golf circuit.
Send us your summer photo and we’ll post it.
Hamish Neal’s column ‘Golf Capital’ is back. He builds on his pre-Christmas successes with some thoughts ont his weekend’s tournamnets – and beyond. He’s also got his finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the world of sponsorship and marketing.
Anyone for ocean swimming? Col takes us through some of the trials and tribulations of the sport.
Steve’s on holidays and happy about local (Fitzroy) prospects in the NBA.
Paul Young tells us what happened in the time-honoured Bay Sheffield and in the time-honoured Burnie Gift. [Hope you took your lead from his form guide last month – Ed]
This should be a cracker. MVG was phenomenal (hos own word) yesterday v Barney, and Anderson won’t go down without a fight.
Paul Campbell gives us a comprehensive low down on the NBA and NFL games played over Christmas. There was plenty more than turkey and plum pudding happening in the States
The Bay Sheffield is South Australia’s Stawell Gift, run between Christmas and New Year at Glenelg. Each year the organisers produce a must-read form guide. This year’s has wound up in our hands [thanks Youngy]. Who wins?
Mario Milano passed away on the weekend. Our sympathies go to the Milano family. No doubt many will remember him and his wrasslin’ opponents. It reminded us of Phil Dimitriadis’s piece from a few years ago. There are many memories in the piece and in the comments which follow.
Almanac debutant Ethan Stone had a ripper in his basketball grand final, which his team won convincingly. A great story.
Sara Black’s keen observations of the netball parent. Have you seen any like this at your local courts?
Hamish Neal’s weekly column: a collection of golf news, including a look at Tiger Woods’ return, plus his thoughts for the weekend’s big tournament – the Hong Kong Open.
Luke Stegemann, writer, thinker and amateur boxing referee, takes you inside the Queensland scene, inside the ring. And inside his own thoughts; thoughts of boxing and of the role of boxing [Superb – Ed].
Australian Cyclist Jack Bobridge has retired, Dave Parker pays tribute to an extraordinary career.
Keiran Deck presents an opening for an aspiring commentator to try their hand at the Australian Volleyball League finals this Saturday. A great opportunity.
It wouldn’t be Wednesday without Hamish Neal’s comprehensive golf round up, with last week’s World Cup review a feature.