In this tribute to Max Walker, Glen also asks recalls other VFL players and cricketers who combined their sports.
From Arnold Palmer to the Ryder Cup, Hamish Neal covers all that’s happening in the golfing world.
Mike Hugo has remastered Swans and Bulldogs characters into eight bit digital art.
Some thoughtful insights from Neil about why he has become sick of sport.
The sporting world has lost two charismatic figures this year in Ali and now Palmer. Neil Drysdale pays tribute to Golfing immortal Arnold Palmer.
Champions All is finally out. 700 pages of punchy stories from 171 legends of the game over 8 decades of AFL/VFL footy. Today’s extract has players discussing the Grand Finals in the 2000s.
Hamish Neal on the players and stats that matter, ahead of NRL Grand Final 2016: Melbourne v Cronulla.
With the NRL and AFL’s respective finales approaching, eminent Australian economist and former Adelaide Uni Blacks footballer Tim “Plug” Harcourt writes on “football multiculturalism” and the various football codes of Australia. What’s the state of play?
The Golfing World mourns Arnold Palmer, one of the greatest golfers in history.
Nick Kossatch on the incredible simultaneous stories of AFL Dogs and NRL Sharks.
Preliminary Finals in the NRL and Paul Macadam is toey, his Sharks are seeking their first ever premiership and have a scratchy prelim finals record while the Cowboys, are defending their Flag. Promises to be a classic match, winner into the GF.
Hamish Neal continues his weekly Golf summary with News, Opinions and player performance notes.
Peter Crossing reviews Paris or the Bush – The Story of the Cods, a documentary on an extraordinary rowing crew from Murray Bridge. [Read this! I am so looking forward to seeing this doco. JTH]
The Rio 2016 Paralympics are over and DaveP questions why the respective sports and the athletes are not considered Elite.
Hamish Neal and his regular five metre gap looks at the points you may have missed from the second weekend of the NRL finals.
Hamish Neal is back with his comprehensive weekly golf column, covering the PGA and European tours as well as the LPGA circuit. Includes some breaking Tiger Woods news.
Rod Oaten’s Barnsley FC has made a good start to the Championship. Fingers are crossed.
With a heartbreaking loss on Friday night, Trucker Slim admired the game, its theatre and poetry in motion. In his words, “Footy is a glorious bastard of a game. It is cruel and capricious, scintillating and rewarding and none of this is in equal measure”. [Great read – Ed]
Hamish Neal on the NRL Finals – with Melbourne and Cronulla each winning a week’s rest before their Preliminary Finals.
Paul McAdam, Cronulla man, brings us this beauty from the NRL Finals pressure cooker. “It feels like a turning point. Not just for this season, but potentially in the history of the club…”