Crio’s reduced to looking for quirky names or exotic places. The racing’s on simmer. Anyone willing to turn up the gas?
Mickey Randall and family are coming home to Australia. It makes him reflect.
Peter Hille soldiers on with the latest Rotary Pick One Update.
Question: Where would you expect to see Ant-man? At the MCG? Or at Comic-con? Paul Campbell tells us.
Noticing an absence of Carlton (and Gold Coast) Knackers, Peter Fuller puts up his hand – and his notebook – to provide a report from Etihad Stadium.
Haiku Bob’s response to a tight contest in Perth.
World class footy analysis for the serious Pies fan. [All games are important but I suspect Dr Hooke is thinking this one in even more important – Ed]
Ever wondered how footy is played inside prison? The Inside Man gives us his second report with an insightful story about the unique way that footy is played inside the hard-scrabble prisons of North West WA. (Comments welcomed as they mean a lot to the blokes inside – Ed.)
Greetings all, Wow, two in a row and the Blues are chirpy! Almost as much as the Demons – which has made this household a veritable birds nests for the last couple of weeks! However all is not well for the AFL despite the glee in this house. A fair bit was [Read more]
This is a classic window into footy life and culture. Four generations of Craig Nott’s family were at the footy a couple of weeks ago. [Brilliant – Ed]
Who would say no to Test cricket in Jamaica? Not Joseph Ryan. A wonderful “I was there” account from Sabina Park.
The $1-nothing winner and the long shot sit side by side in Grand Slam tennis.
And the long-shot potential quarter finalist can also offer some value.
John Harms explains. [He reckons he’s found the value – your thoughts? Ed]
Away from the AFL bubble that is Melbourne, Sarah Black realises her couch position doesn’t influence what happens to her beloved Tigers as she enjoys some Southern New South Wales sand and surf. As well as a Tigers win.
Fitzroy played away on Saturday.
Mathilde de Hautecloque thanks a giraffe for her experience of the famous Swans Grand Final victory in 2005, as she comes to terms with what happened during last Friday night’s anniversary celebration game. [Beaut piece – Ed]
Tony Dell is an Almanac supporter living in Brisbane. He played two Tests for Australia. His charity was the matchday charity for last year’s PM XI match in Canberra. It’s important work. Tony features in an article on PTSD – or as he prefers, simply PTS – in the Queensland RSL News sharing his experiences on coping with PTS after his return from Vietnam. A timely and important read in regards to Mens’ health
Armin Richter revels in the Hawks 38-point defeat of the Bombers and saves a special whack for the objectors to Sam Mitchell’s sledging of Michael Hibberd.
Mike on the centre of the AFL in 2015 and the result will suprise
The Brisbane Polo Club yesterday went the way of A.B. Paterson’s Geebung counterparts, falling off their ponies to become spectres of the past, when the club officially wound up after having sold its home of a quarter of a century, the notable Naldham House. While the poetic polo club of ‘Banjo’ Paterson fame and their opponents [Read more]
As we turn our attention back to a full suite of games for round 14, Fearless sets you up with his ‘what-you-need-to-know’ from round 13