Cam Hooke retains the faith every week especially so in this week’s review of Collingwood’s round 6 loss to West Coast Eagles.
Peter Cahill summarises that Hawthorn’s win over Adelaide can be categorised into quiet crowd; speed; three little men; the Poppy factor; doing it for Shaun; loud crowd
WAFL Round 7 review by Les including top of the ladder clash Subiaco v Sth Fremantle.
Round 9 of the NRL and Hamish Neal provides an insightful round up.
The passing of Trevor Byrne is a loss for not only his family and friends but for St Ives and the broader NSW football community, a heartfelt tribute by Stuart H.
chrism76 is holding back with “I told you so” however last week’s critique of Port seemed to have worked, and where were the Richmond fans?
A sleeping Giant has awaken as the Hawks go flightless
Craig enjoys a day of the footy, Saints v Dees where the outcome either way has no impact on his emotional well being.
Like G. Ablett jnr, Roy Hay returns to Kardinia Park and takes in what the Cats turn into a non-contest with a sparkling performance.
Rulebook reports on the Adelaide win over The Dockers at the Crowval, and also has an axe to grind over events from the previous week’s game.
Short and concise – Cranky Pete reviews Richmond’s latest loss.
Phil Hill discusses Wisden, magnifying glasses and the yips in his latest match report.
“To watch a match involving the Dockers is to observe two sloths; one willing and one captive, wrestling under a sodden army blanket”. Thankfully Mickey Randall takes us to the west coast of SA as well
A note on Aussie football with the season Down Under now underway – An American’s perspective.
In what would normally amount to a coup, ECBM finds there is a growing force that is capable of toppling the regime.
And after an Anzac Day debut, a handy mark and goal with his first kick in the league, here’s a piece on US politics by Mason Cox himself.
John Harms spent Anzac Day at the Brunswick Street Oval. He tells a story of community and football.
Diamond Creek and Western Bulldogs’ captain Stephanie Chiocci reflects on how the game has changed in her ten years as a player ahead of her 150th match against Cranbourne on Sunday.