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Old (Woollen) Footy Jumpers – Studfield Hawks Junior FC: Sasha Lennon

Where is Studfield? And which of these young champions is Sasha Lennon?

Junior Girls Footy: Abby Lennon at Wests (Toowong) in Brisbane

Girls footy is ticking along in Brisbane thanks to players like Molly Lennon.

Round 1 – Hawthorn v Brisbane: 12 Monkeys?

Sasha Lennon was able to put aside the end of the world as we know it to watch the Hawks get over a slightly off-pace Lions.
Where we go from here is up in the air…

Almanac Junior Footy Under 12 Grand Final – Wests Bulldogs v Sherwood: Win as a team or die as individuals

At this stage of the season, there are stirring stories around the footy world. This is a ripper, as told by Sasha Lennon.

Girls Footy in Brisbane: Wests Bulldogs Come and Try Nights (March 5 and 6)

Girls in Brisbane, especially the western suburbs, come and try footy at two special nights at Wests Bulldogs. March 5 and 6. Sasha Lennon gives the details in this post.

AFLW Round 7 – Carlton v Brisbane: Wake-up Call

After a weekend of coaching U-13 girl’s footy, Sasha Lennon took a break on a rainy Sunday afternoon to listen to the pros.

Photo Gallery – Whitsunday Sea Eagles scoreboard

Sasha Lennon visited the Whitsundays and took great shots of the Whitsunday Sea Eagles scoreboard. What are your favourite community footy club scoreboards?

The Ilfracombe scoreboard

Scoreboard Pressure welcomes aboard Sasha Lennon, whose first contribution to the unofficial national register of scoreboards is the rugby league scoreboard in Ilfracombe, central west Queensland.

Almanac Book Cover 2016: The Case for Whitecross

If the Hawks salute, Sasha Lennon’s nomination for the Almanac Cover is a classic case of resilience in overcoming obstacles: Brendan Whitecross.

Plenty to cheer about in Port Augusta

Sasha Lennon shares his Port Augusta footy moments.

Preliminary Finals – Fremantle v Hawthorn: Predictable

On first impressions, the ‘Predictable’ tag might stink of arrogance, but for Sasha Lennon, it speaks to the discipline, commitment and versatility under all kinds of challenges that defines this Hawks outfit and goes some way to explaining – talent notwithstanding – why they’ll be in their fourth consecutive Grand Final on Saturday.

Finals Week 2 – Hawthorn v Adelaide: Too Old, Too Slow…Too Good

Unlike many of us (including me – Ed), Sasha Lennon thought that the week long derision of Hawthorn bode well for their Semi-Final chances. He was right.

The Smile Says It All: We’re Into The Granny!

Toowong’s Wests Juniors U13 girls have made it through to the Grand Final in their first year. How much sleep will Sasha Lennon get this week?

Jim Stynes statue: the photo, the conversation

A statue, a conversation with 9-year-old Harry; observations and photograph thanks to Sasha Lennon.

Round 15 – Hawthorn v Fremantle: Seventh heaven (and the return of Peter Hudson)

A big win to the Hawks, and a chance meeting with a genuine legend of the game in Peter Hudson; Molly and Sasha Lennon make their annual trek to Launceston to watch Hawthorn deal with fellow 2015 premiership contender, Fremantle.

Footy Town in The Gap

Sasha Lennon celebrates The Gap Dragons’ footy club and the success of the annual round robin intra-club kids competition. He also thanks the Footy Almanac for getting behind the event.

Old Woollen Footy Jumpers: Blackburn High School, 1966

Sasha Lennon uncovers a photo of Blackburn High’s 1966 team featuring long-time Almanac supporter Roger Gibbins.

AFL Round 4 – Gold Coast v Hawthorn: Haughty Hawks hark back

Sasha Lennon and family head to Metricon where he kids have to listen to some serious reminiscing until (thankfully for them) the game starts and the Hawks are mighty again.

AFL Grand Final: Riding the bumps with a grin

Well, it took a prod and a push, but it had to come eventually folks. Sasha Lennon gives the unexpurgated Hawthorn view of the Grand Final. [He tries hard to be generous, but it’s very difficult for them – Ed]

Ross Glendinning: Good as gold

Sasha Lennon spoke to Brownlow medallist Ross Glendinning and found a very humble champion.