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Almanac Funny Teams – A Team of Top-Notch 12s

Phil Dimitriadis thinks the number 12 is one of the most symbolic numbers in human history. What do you think of his team of No. 12’s?

Almanac Funny Teams: A team of players from our wide brown land and all its features

Glen has come up with a team of players from our wide brown land, players whose names can reflect the land, with all its wonderous features.

Almanac Funny Teams: A Right Pack Of Girls

Rick Newbery selects a team of players who have surnames that are also female names. Can you add any?

Funny Teams: Almanac All-time Alliteration Alumni

BB Productions (Peter B and Phil “Lord Bogan” D) have collaborated on a team of the greatest alliterative names in Australian football. Mathilde fancies a Steele Sidebottom. We prefer Ursula Undress. Memories, additions and comments welcomed.

Almanac Funny Teams: A colourful team

Glen! has chosen a team of players whose names are colours or include colours. Has he missed any?

Funny teams: Dale Thomas in, Nick Stevens out of line-up of two-first-namers

By Tom Riordan You’d think that the school holidays would bring a break to writing, compiling, or even thinking. But on the first day of the holidays I had the idea, after watching the promising debut of Liam Anthony for North Melbourne at the MCG the day before, of naming a team of AFL players [Read more]

Almanac Teams: Catch 22 (1980- )

Rodney Boyd’s obscure Number 22s include names from the Netherlands, USA, PNG and one figure so imposing he might as well have had his own country!

Almanac Teams: Diamond dozens (1980- )

When it comes to Rodney Boyd’s best of Number 12 side since 1980, it’s hard to go past the two ‘Big Rs’ in the forward 50…or maybe they’d be happier further up the ground?

Almanac Teams: The best bunioned left footers on the non-preferred

Tony Newport, with a funny team of a sort. Perhaps we take this as a comment on AFL footy writing in the silly season? (You be the judge – Ed).

Almanac Teams: A Team of Footy Franks

Phil Dimitriadis continues his run of Funny Teams, this time with a Team of Franks. What do you call a collection of Franks?

Almanac Footy Teams – Political Football

Who’d you vote for? Andrew Gaylard has come with a footy team of leaders who have been either Prime Minister or President of their country.

Almanac Teams – A Festival of Freds

Fabulous Phil Dimitriadis has come up with a festival of Freds in this cracking team of Freds.

Almanac Footy Teams – Crikey, colossal Cols!: A team of Colins

Inspired by editor Col Ritchie’s recent story about a roomful of Colins, Phil Dimitriadis gives you a team of Colins in this installment of novelty teams.

Almanac Footy Teams – Ken-oath they were good!: A Team of Kens

No Barbies here, just Kens! Phil Dimitriadis excells himself once again with a fabulous team of footy Kens.

Almanac Footy Teams – Bert and Ernie Muppets both, a footy team they’d love to coach

Sesame Street, The Muppets, what’ve they got to do with footy? Berts and Ernies of course! Phil Dimitriadis has come up with another corker of a footy team.

Almanac Footy Teams – A team of Rays

Many Rays of brilliance shine through in this sunny team of Rays from Phil Dimitriadis. Any Rays’ fail to filter through?

Almanac Footy Teams – The proudest Dicks!

Some great Dicks here that could handle a ball or two according to Phil Dimitriadis. Can you enter a few more Dicks into the play?

Almanac Footy Teams – AFLX: The Cyclones

Joe De Petro has come up with a cyclonic footy team. Whether it’s severe enough to put the wind up other teams the answer is blowing in the wind!

Almanac Footy Teams – A salute to the Waning Waynes

There’s a world of Waynes out there, and Phil Dimitriadis rhapsodises about a team of just Waynes. Has he left anyone out?

Almanac Teams – a team of VFL Arthurs

Cor blimey! A team of Arfas? Glen has come up with a team of Arthurs, anyone left out?