Now with added finals ready reckoner, Earl O’Neill is looking towards September.
The Cancer Council’s Dry July challenge raises funds for essential cancer research. Having hung up the boots at the end of last season – and partial to the odd (responsible) tipple now that he’s retired – former West Coast Eagles star Dean Cox has committed to giving up the grog this July to help fight cancer.
Peter Miers recalls happy times in the family home and the evening May, 2014 when the family gathered for a farewell party and Dees traveled to Adelaide to record a famous upset.
Glen selects a team of Cats who found their way to Geelong from the Murray
The Footy Bogan muses on the up-coming AFL broadcast rights deal. Billion-dollar investments can only mean inescapable avalanches of ads and is that what fans really want?
Les reviews another interesting round of the WAFL.
Having just cracked the ton, Ken Feltscheer is possibly the oldest living former professional footballer in the world. Harold Peacock tells us more.
Parsimony is proud of the AFL and Netball communities in Bacchus Marsh, due to something special that is happening on this Sunday (28th June). You can help raise the funds which wil help Sienna walk (whether you are in Bacchus Marsh or not).
Dave Brown previews the Norwood v Glenelg clash at Glenelg Oval in the SANFL.
Jim Johnson is fascinated by kicking styles in Australian football. Here is some of his research.
North supporter Andrew Starkie has taken 3 weeks off from watching footy and he is loving it.
Matt Watson discusses how players in this day and age have lost the art of having a left foot.
With the Dockers hosting Collingwood to get round 13 off to a fly tonight, the Wrap has landed on our desk ahead of the opening bounce. Enjoy!
There’s a hint of One Small Step about the logic in this. But it makes sense. The Pies can win the flag.
A Saint-free week provided an opportunity for a Shark-filled weekend for Yvette Wroby, who found women’s footy to be growing, thriving and exhilarating.
Paul Mitchell applies his left-field alternative to the perennial question of State of Origin footy.
Kamarooka, Neilborough and Raywood? Trevor Ludemann’s summary of the history of the Northern United Football Club explains all.
A story. The miracle of kick-to-kick. The Li sisters give Taz and Bung a lesson in the execution of the drop kick. All with a little help from their trusty Blundstone footy boots.