A poorly scheduled game resulted in a small crowd, but Fremantle and Carlton still put on a cracking game for those that were there. And Liz Roberts was delighted to be there for Freo’s first win of the AFLW season.
Battling the heat, Anne Cahill Lambert kept her support levels high as Adelaide won convincingly against the Magpies to earn a Grand Final berth this weekend.
Liz Roberts takes her family (including her baby boy’s first game) to the Round 7 clash between Melbourne and Fremantle. While the result didn’t go her way, Liz got to meet a few of the Dockers players after the game.
Peter Fuller reports on the dead rubber match between Brisbane and Carlton that threatened to disappoint, but was surprisingly entertaining.
Yoshi urges on the Western Bulldogs Women’s team to end their first season on a high.
Kate O’Halloran has a piece in The Guardian today.
Mathilde de Hauteclocque answers her son’s questions about the AFLW and why the men’s competition isn’t called ALFM. She also excitedly awaits the start of the AFL season to see her Swans in action.
Yvette Wroby takes her mob to the last round of footy to fulfill a promise to show her ‘grandson’ women playing footy. Turns out Melbourne decided to put on a display.
At half time of the first AFL Women’s match between Carlton and Collingwood at IKON Park on February 3, AFL photographer Michael Willson captured the shot that depicts everything the new competition meant. Callum O’Connor explains.
After a weekend of coaching U-13 girl’s footy, Sasha Lennon took a break on a rainy Sunday afternoon to listen to the pros.
Round 1 sees Collingwood take on the reigning premiers Western Bulldogs. Cam Hooke previews the big clash and wraps up the action in the AFLW and netball.
Classy piece from Seadog about heading to Manuka in Canberra with his daughter Audrey.
Robyn had an incredibly sad and odd day at the footy as her Lions drew with Carlton.
Melbourne did exactly what they needed to do to keep their Grand Final chances alive with a massive win over Fremantle. While they fell short of the final stage, Cat Jones is impressed with the Demons’ inaugural season.
Alan Stewart had most of the ground covered as he watched Adelaide claim their spot in the AFL Women’s Grand Final.
Joey D tries his best to indoctrinate his daughter to the AFL Women’s competition.
Ebony McKenna was over the moon with Melbourne’s massive win over Fremantle. Now she dreads the thought of supporting Collingwood to beat Adelaide so her Dees can make the Grand Final.
Ben Footner watches the Crows at their second home from the comfort of his own. Ramco’s clearly the place to be
Joseph Ryan found it tough to watch the Collingwood v GWS game with the starting time, weather, ground and nearby fans all working against him. The result didn’t help matters either.
This Women’s Footy Almanac Lunch features writer, thinker and broadcaster Ange Pippos and her new book Breaking the Mould.
Assistant editor Stephanie Connell gives us the latest on the road to publishing The Women’s Footy Almanac.