Last week Sean Curtain called for items that had bought the game into disrepute. Now, here’s his starting list of what is great in the modern game, what should be treasured and what has bought the game into…repute (?)
After a year off (unrelated to any ASADA enqiry) the Footy Art Show gets back to basics and returns to its home ground.
It was a big game in the Tassie bush, not one the old bloke wanted to miss, but certain things in life will always take priority.
Smith has batted well for his 66, huge opportunity for him on Day 2 to go on and get a really big score instead of getting out after doing the hard work like he seems to do.
Watto: always making language more complicated than it needs to be.
Pay your tribute here.
Junior Footy: Semi Final St Kilda City Under 11 Red v East Brighton Vampires, Le Page Park Oval 2, Cheltenham
An epic report for an epic Under 11s match. Go Reds. [Fantastic – Ed]
Michael Gallus has developed an organisation which is making a difference.
Haiku Bob on Round 21.
Having trouble getting your head around last night’s bomb(er)shell? Peter Baulderstone breaks it down.
Rulebook reports on the traditional Adelaide Uni Greys lunch in Melbourne (at the All Nations Hotel), and on another disappointing Crows loss when the umpires make a hash of it.
Port, Geelong and Richmond needed to win on the weekend to ensure Port would play finals for the first time since 2007. Dan Hansen was confident Richmond would win – welcome to Tigerland, Dan.
There are only two positions available to the eighteen AFL teams at this juncture of the season – Relevant or not.
At times over the last two years Australian cricket has shown it is emerging from the chaos of the Andrew Hilditch era. Yet still we manage to shoot ourselves in the foot. Mistakes like the Agar one have proven to be very costly, writes Brendan McArdle.
Neil Belford’s clinical analysis leads him to ask the big questions: why does Melbourne exist, and would Claremont FC show more fight (and ability)?
Sunday’s game had a touch of the forgettable about it, but there are some points that stood out that on reflection are worth a mention now that the pressure cooker of September finals draws closer. Tom Bally explains.
A shared love of sport – in this case hurling – traverses all borders, as David Wilson can attest.
The country’s most talented young footballers were on display with the School Sport Australia Combined Australian Football Championships at TIO Stadium in Darwin last week.
Mic Conway switched allegiance from St.Kilda to Sydney as a young man in an act of self-preservation. You always have a soft spot for your first love though, even after 40 years.