Update on The Women’s Footy Almanac (attention all AFLW contributors!)

Assistant editor Stephanie Connell gives us the latest on the road to publishing The Women’s Footy Almanac.

AFLW Round 6 – Adelaide Crows v Melbourne Demons: Under a splendid sunset

Trucker was too distracted by the brilliance on field to behold a glorious Darwin sunset, and caught every moment of a nailbiting fight for a chance at the premiership between Adelaide and Melbourne.

AFLW Round 6 – Fremantle v Carlton: Captain’s play brings Freo a win

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.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: Four from four

Cam Hooke is a very happy Colingwood fan as they scored a clean sweep over the weekend in all competitions.

AFLW Round 6 – Collingwood v GWS: Collingwood had Hope

Gill watched on in the heat as Collingwood dominated her GWS in a one-sided affair. But there is always next week.

AFLW Round 4 – Melbourne v Carlton: Holding on to Grand Final dreams

In round 4, Melbourne kept their Grand Final hopes alive with an inspiring win against the Blues in a high scoring match.

AFLW Round 6 – Brisbane v Western Bulldogs: Photo Gallery

Brisbane became the first team to qualify for an AFLW Grand Final after defeating the Western Bulldogs at home on Saturday. Ingrid Baade was there and took these snaps. Please suggest captions via the comments – and we will add them.

AFLW Round 6 – Collingwood v GWS: What a way to finish International Women’s Day (IWD) Week…

For Lyn Campbell-Anderson, observing weather and footy at Olympic Park, what the day lacked in shade, it made up for in the tallies “For” and “Against.”

AFLW Round 6 – Adelaide v Melbourne: Oysters, Thunder and Heartburn

Anne Cahill Lambert reflects on a near-miss for the Crows, mistimed oysters and the prowess of Daisy Pearce on a sweltering night in Darwin.

AFLW Round 6 – Fremantle v Carlton: Wilting in the western sun

John Butler was feeling blue as Carlton lost their premiership hopes to the Dockers on Friday afternoon.

AFLW Round 6 – Freo v Carlton: While You Were Stuck At Work

Jack Banister reflects on Fremantle’s first AFLW win, but laments the fact that few were there to see it. [Schedulers take note – Ed]

AFLW: Those Lions are Roaring! Can they go all the way?

Jan Courtin is impressed by the success of the Brisbane Lions in the AFLW. With The girls given little chance at the beginning off the season we may be seeing very different headlines in two weeks’ time.

AFLW Round 6 – Adelaide v Melbourne: The horror of barracking for the Crows

Despite having a long held hatred of their male counterparts, Kate O’Halloran has found a lot to like about the Crows in the AFLW League,

AFLW Round 6 – Fremantle v Carlton: Dockers sink the Blues

Danae Gibson finally gets to celebrate as the Dockers finish off the Blues season over in the west.

AFLW Round 5 – Adelaide v Brisbane: A Few Things Happened On The Way To The Ground

Anne Cahill Lambert caps off a sad week by visiting her niece (who is still the coach of Adelaide).

AFLW Round 5 – Fremantle v Collingwood: The one that got away – losing sight of Hope in the final minutes…

Liz Roberts had high hopes of her Dockers getting their first win of the AFLW season. And they came so close.

AFLW Round 5 – Carlton v Western Bulldogs: When the opening act are the headliners

Princes Park delivered the goods as fans witnessed the highest scoring AFLW game so far. Carlton and the Western Bulldogs went goal for goal in a close, free-flowing match.

AFLW Round 5 – Adelaide v Brisbane: an evening in the multiverse

A full Norwood Oval provides the perfect backdrop for a cracking contest and some theoretical physics.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life: A Curate’s Egg

Cam Hooke’s “all things Collingwood”, with bonus “Eddie Watch”. One for the True Believers.

AFLW Round 4 – Melbourne v Carlton: How wrong you could be

Callum O’Connor was sure during the draft that the Carlton ladies would be unstoppable and the Melbourne women would be hard pressed to beat any Melbourne side.