John Harms has just received a beaut greeting card from Bruce Dawe. Here’s why.
Well, we’d have to be happy with this review. Thanks Mister Football.
Don’t want to be adjudged out Timed Out, Handling the Ball, Hitting the Ball Twice or Obstructing the Field while batting? Local cricket umpire Phil Hill explains some of these lesser known Laws of Cricket.
The number six spot in the Australian Test side has undergone plenty of change. Scana weighs into the debate with a few alternative options for the position.
P. Pete resurrects an old piece he wrote about cricket, first published in his book Viv Tufnell: the book before the sequel.
Worried about the lack of interest at his local tennis club, Joeya shares his opinions and predictions for the upcoming Australian Open.
Kent Winzer follows Thursday’s BBL clash between the Renegades and Hobart, as the Hurricanes, thanks to a record-breaking century from Ben McDermott, win it at the death.
With the women’s footy league starting up in a few weeks time Alex Docherty profiles 25 players we are going to see a lot of during this first season.
Neil Drysdale reviews the confronting film SOLD which exposes human trafficking as a worldwide problem and an issue that governments have a responsibility to tackle individually and collectively.
It was such a brilliant season we just had to celebrate the Bulldogs magnificent premiership. Presenting…….The Doggies Almanac. Read about this special extra edition of the Almanac and order your copy here.
Hamish Neal previews the exciting round 15 matches this weekend including the top four battle between Melbourne Victory and Brisbane Roar.
Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – Thomas and Matsuyama go 1-2 again, European Tour set to return for 2017
Hamish Neal wraps up all of last week’s happenings on the golf circuit.
Hamish Neal analyses the move to have 48 countries play in the finals of the World Cup.
We dis racing authorities for lacking initiative and then, of course, pounce on any issues that arise when a new enterprise gets wobbly. But the decision to offer full TAB coverage for the Woolamai picnics was FWD, notwithstanding the positives of coverage given to arguably the most vibrant segment of the local game. Sadly we [Read more]
Dennis Gedling has some thoughts on the expansion of the finals of the World Cup to include 48 teams.
Blueboy, the lad from Tavistock, tells the tale of a mighty FA Cup performance from the club of his boyhood, Plymouth Argyle – The Pilgrims. [Outstanding – JTH]
Send us your summer photo and we’ll post it.
Yoshi starts 2017 in ripping form with a story from the AFLW.
It’s Big Issues Time, Summer Edition, with thanks to Sean Curtain. Have a crack.
You have to love the creative five year old mind.