It wasn’t the best night for Jack Banister with the Western Bulldogs losing to Adelaide and a warm beer beforehand.
A high scoring contest between Carlton and GWS kept John Butler on his toes as he memories poured back at Princes Park.
Liz Roberts watched Fremantle play Brisbane at home and away from the sun. Albeit, with a distraction or two from her children.
Cam Hooke has the latest news with Collingwood’s AFLW progress and the first game for the Collingwood Netball team.
Jamie Simmons battles the distractions of his dying fridge and his dogs at home as he watches Fremantle play Brisbane.
Smokie’s seven-year-old nephew Aidan loves footy and drawing. And he has a talent for combining both.
The Giants were valiant in defeat and look to be getting better despite injuries affecting the team.
Bede McKenna had a horrorshow of a time getting to Princes Park and her seat, but ultimately loved seeing her Blues get an impressive win over GWS.
Andrew Weiss may not hold much hope for the Lions men’s team in 2017, but the women’s team has restored his faith in Brisbane.
Rod and his Demon loving daughter head to Princes Park and witness a game turn around. It’s another good night at the footy. Melbourne come romping home.
Danae Gibson needed a Lady Gaga distraction at half-time to keep her wits together as her Dockers lost to Brisbane.
With help from Bragg/Marr, Swish and Didge lent their support to the AFLW Crows from the Footscray terraces.
Ebony McKenna may have chosen Melbourne Demons as a ‘pity barrack’, but her choice is paying off so far this AFLW season.
Lyn Campbell-Anderson found hope in her team’s loss to the Demons. It also helps when she sees Moana take the field.
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Joseph Ryan has a personal connection to the Giants, and is now a Greater Western Sydney supporter. Despite their loss to the Blues, he sees some good signs
AFLW Round 2 – Western Bulldogs v Adelaide: “It’s tough being a woman” takes on a whole new meaning.
Yvette Wroby is loving the AFLW season, and here is the report of the first of the three games to be attended over the weekend. As usual, she meets a few people along the way and shares their stories too.
Alex Docherty gives his take on the Western Bulldogs loss last night to Adelaide.
After rounding up the littl’uns Ben Footner settles in for a quiet ale and a game of footy – women’s footy. He watches as his Crows are too good for the home side.