JTH has a day out, as do his Cats.
AFL Round 7 – Geelong v Essendon: I went to the footy with George Foreman and saw a great Geelong victory
North Melbourne are not in form. But look out once they are. John Harms looks at the mindsets of Port and North in the lead-up to this week’s game and, on the evidence available, tries to understand their coaches.
JTH has an early look at Round 4 and bangs on about rams, ewes and lambs.
My earliest in-the-flesh footy was local footy. Country footy. When I was about seven I used to ride my bike to the magnificent Princess Park at Shepparton and hang around under the levy bank or along the wing as the sounds of footy reverberated around the stands of towering gums. I stood with the [Read more]
JTH enjoys the opening day of the footy season.
JTH previews Round 1 and has serious concerns for the old Saints list and the plodliness of Collingwood.
John Harms thinks Jonathan Brown and his Lions will be motivated by the big man’s last chance at silverware.
JTH attended a gala dinner and was part of an historic moment.
Recently John Harms had a piece in The Age – a rarity these days – on how people choose their footy teams. Here are a couple of passages which didn’t survive the cut.
John Harms thinks a second spinner is essential in Hyderabad, not that it is likely to make much of a difference.
The Harms boys went to the races last Saturday.
As JTH, PJ Flynn, Wandering Norton and Medium Dazza Smith prepare to defend their Royal Women’s Hospital Country Classic title at Barwon Heads, a mowing session reminds John Harms of where it started.
John Harms looks at the latest Shane Warne instalment.
Just a short note to wish everyone the very best for 2013 (and to let you know that in the few hours since midnight, despite extensive searching, I have been unable to find a single reason why Geelong won’t win the 2013 flag). I trust the Christmas-New Year week has been an enjoyable one for [Read more]
John Harms on State of Origin.
John Harms gives an overview of the forewords and Grand Final pieces which feature in The Footy Almanac 2012. And then there’s 200 match reports.
Some thoughts on Perth. Watto’s back so the Most Run Outs: Australia market is looking very attractive.
JTH reports on a classic match at Metropolitan Golf Club, one of Melbourne’s famous Sandbelt courses.