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Letter of reply to Paddy Grindlay’s “Black Summer”

From a position of scientific qualification, knowledge and expertise, David Wilson presents his point of view on climate change, with the intelligence, authority and passion of one educated with the facts, to offer his support for Paddy Grindlay’s “Black Summer”. [Fantastic ER! Eds]

Finals Week 3 – Port Adelaide v Richmond: Another option

Paddy Grindlay depicts snippets which construct a picture of a high-pressure game which was crazy-random at times and predictable at others. [Some tremendous observations in this – Ed]]

Finals Week 2 – Richmond v St Kilda: Oh my god, they killed Kenny!

Tiger-loving Paddy Grindlay is picking up the vibe that his boys are the new bastards. [Astute Paddy – JTH]

Round 6 – Richmond v Sydney: Disinterest

It was only a fortnight ago, but Paddy Grindlay’s tale of watching Richmond play Sydney at a Victorian pub hurts those left in lockdown. From young teenage life stories to a flowing tab, Paddy’s story has it all on a difficult day for a Tigers fan.

Round 3 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Underdone

Paddy Grindlay was busy on the griddle flipping burgers while his Tigers were getting smashed by the Hawks.

Round 2 – Collingwood v Richmond: Discomfort

Footy’s back! Paddy Grindlay reviews the hard slog of the Collingwood and Richmond game that resulted in the first draw of the season.

Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: Nando’s, Tigers, other things, and the Season For Beanies

In unprecedented times, a new footy season starts, some things remain the same but this year it’s so different as Paddy Grindlay explains.

Black Summer

Paddy Grindlay has a message for Scott Morrison, a message he articulates so well in this time of catastrophe and emergency, his thoughts and words we emphatically embrace. [Well said Paddy! Eds]

Goodesy

Senior high school student Paddy Grindlay expresses his thoughts about Adam Goodes, the footballer and the person.

Grand Final – West Coast v Collingwood: McGovern, Vardy, Ryan, Sheed.

Paddy Grindlay writes with tremendous energy to capture a classic grand final and West Coast premiership, with a special nod to the match-winning sequence.

Preliminary Final Preview: Richmond v Collingwood – Just beat the Pies

‘This Preliminary Final weekend, it’s two teams at opposite ends of the streets, two clubs with a history that burns, old rivals whose hatred for one another is everything but fabricated.’ Paddy Grindlay looks towards Friday night’s big crosstown rival clash.

Round 9 – West Coast v Richmond: Bloody Sunday

Richmond flew to the West but were swooped on by the Eagles. Paddy Grindlay saw his Tigers not so much clawed but out-tigered. Here he pays his respects.

Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: 37 minutes < burnt mocha

Paddy Grindlay takes you inside the inner sanctum of the Richmond members bay of M15 at the MCG on Thursday night as the reigning premiers defeated Carlton in the opening game of Season 2018.

Silly Season: Why Geelong shouldn’t trade for Gary Ablett

Paddy Grindlay puts the case forward as to why Geelong shouldn’t pursue favourite son Gary Ablett Jr. Is he the player Geelong need to win their next flag?

Grand Final – Adelaide v Richmond: Jubilant Relief

For Paddy Grindlay and his family, “the weight of disappointment and humilation, year upon year” is finally over.

I love Richmond

Paddy Grindlay’s heart runneth over for the striped marvels

Tom Wills Bibliography

Johnhenry Holmes has taken an interest in Tom Wills for many years. During this time he has compiled a bibliography of items relating to Tom Wills. Paddy Grindlay – who has been our W.K. Trewick Scholar (thanks in part to Chris Bracher’s generous donation) spent a recent week compiling it in this post. (Thanks Paddy). We hope to have another Tom Wills Dinner in the lead up to the forthcoming Ashes series.

Round 17: Richmond v Brisbane: Big weekend

Paddy Grindlay delivers a stream of consciousness approach to the Richmond win over Brisbane. An entertaining read.

Round 10 – Richmond v Essendon: Inevitability and non-inevitability

Paddy Grindlay, with Hugo Weaving’s Mr Anderson in his ear, offers this colourful view from the Richmond train.

Round 7 – Western Bulldogs v Richmond: That Bontempelli kid can play

Paddy Grindlay caught the Richmond v Western Bulldogs match with his Dad and Tails. It makes for a fascinating footy discussion about the game.