Tony Wilson and Rob Heath have made a film detailing the overseas odyssey of a team of football legends. It premieres on the 7th of August as part MIFF. Read on for more details.
“If Jeremy Corbyn ran your local pub” is a great premise and the topic of an article on Buzzfeed. It has got us wondering; who would you most like to see running your local?
Round 13 1986 was a quiet one for Gordon Agars. He barely made time to toss off this flimsy report, giving far too much prominence to fringe A8 player Darren ‘The Jerk’ Graetz.
Where’s the leadership? Steve Healy senses something lacking at the Dees as their Etihad/Saints/2016 curse continues
As the AFL prepare the fixture for the 2017 season, fans are looking to have their say. Cheryl Critchley has sent us the AFL Fans’ Association press release.
Mick Jeffrey goes up there to Cazaly’s in Cairns but is it for the last time?
King George! III employs olde and middley English (as you might expect) in telling the timeless tale of a trip to Brighton. There is no reporter like King George!
Peter Sweeney, in his first piece for the Almanac, tells the story of small-town WA footy in an even smaller world. [Welcome Peter – JTH]
Crio ponders the conspiracy theory about the abandonment of the Sandown races on Wednesday while looking for inspiration this weekend
Is sport a waste of taxpayers money as some claim, or is sport in fact getting a raw deal when it comes to government funding support asks Robbo.
Fearless recounts a round that had the Roos ruing and the Demons overcome by Saints.
The latest on the Fitzroy Rotary Tip One.
Our ten year-old correspondent Aidan Hammond watched Scotty Thompson in his 300th beat the Pies and witnessed a ‘Moment’ he’ll never forget.
Hamish Neal is a man of many talents, and many interests. Here he gives us some thoughts on golf – with some impressive evidence-based analysis – as we look to another week of tournaments and the US PGA in a couple of weeks. he may even help you find a $$.
The Banyule boys took on Surrey Park and one muddy cricket pitch.
Stanhope to play Girgarre to celebrate Legendairy Farmers’ Day.
Earl O’Neill is a stream of consciousness sort of guy and this is more your torrent of consciousness. Worth the read. There are some gems in here. [Love the notion of transcendence – you’ve nailed that – Ed]
This was first published a few years ago for the 25th anniversary of the 1986 Adelaide Lutheran premiership. Well, five years have rolled on. The 1986 players are getting together with the 1991 premiership players (how many played in both?) this Saturday. Here’s the story of the first quarter. [Forget Gordon Agars – Ed]
Haiku Bob’s latest Collingwood installment. Watching the last quarter on auto pilot….