Round 15 – West Coast v Adelaide: More than a game

Anne Fedorowytsch lauds the efforts of her brave Adelaide Crows returning to the field of play for the first time after the death of their coach.

AFL Round 23 – Adelaide v St Kilda: In Enemy Territory

Crows tragic Anne Fedorowytsch offers advice to the lovelorn (expecially St Kilda ones) about how to preserve your relationship when attending games with an opposition supporting partner.

The lowlight of my night

With her editing glasses on Anne Fedorowytsch subdues her inner one-eyed Crows supporter and gets down to work. As do the Bombers and the Crows. On the other hand, the score review system was given a night off…

The Amazing Adelaide Oval

Despite some initial doubts, Anne Fedorowytsch has become enchanted by the new and improved Adelaide Oval

Farewell AAMI Stadium

Anne Fedorowytsch loves AAMI Stadium. She doesn’t care what people say about it being too far out of the way and hard to get to, the lack of sufficient legroom or the fact you feel a mile away from the play. She loves it.

AFL Round 8 – Adelaide v St.Kilda: Young love survival guide, part 4 – the footy

Anne Fedorowytsch is doing her bit for mixed relationships everywhere, compiling a list of key strategies on what to do when your other half supports the opposition. Her research was compiled during the recent Saints-Crows game.

AFL Round 5 – Carlton v Adelaide: Dear Sando

Sando, tell us it’s not over, writes Anne Fedorowytsch in an impassioned letter to the Adelaide coach.

Toasting Crows victory with Black Caviar

Sport can do funny things to people. If you’re anything like me you’ve most likely just nodded in agreement. For fanatics like you and I it makes us go to extraordinary lengths to be a part of great sporting moments. I did something that normal people would probably think was a little crazy on the [Read more]

An all round win from afar

I have lived a very privileged supporter’s life. Over the past four AFL seasons I’ve only watched my team from behind the wall of a LCD on two occasions. The second of which was last Saturday night. Ever since I met a very nice boy from Ballarat last September my heart has had to make [Read more]

Crows take off

Domination, a word used to describe the Adelaide Crows’ performance in their round one demolition of the Gold Coast Suns. The NAB Cup premiers continued on from their blistering pre season form sinking the Suns by 69 points at Metricon Stadium on the weekend.   It was obvious across the board the ease at which [Read more]

A Win Win Weekend

By Anne Fedorowytsch Walking into my boyfriend’s house for the very first time I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. One of the last things I was anticipating to greet me inside his family’s garage was a life size poster of Nick Riewoldt. This was going to take some getting used to. I was spending [Read more]

Tweeting Temptations

By Anne Fedorowytsch Nothing could disrupt my passion for the Adelaide Crows. No number of non-performances, near misses in front of goal or non-efforts could ever see me change my one-eyed ways. Although not something but someone has got my eye wandering… It all started on popular social networking site Twitter. An innocuous tongue-in-cheek tweet [Read more]

The Tribe and The Red and Black Squad look to be the difference

As the AFL evolves at great speed on the field this season two clubs are exploring a new way to gain an advantage in the crowd.   Adelaide and Essendon have created cheering squads whose roles are to generate stadium atmosphere and build an intimidating environment for opposition teams.    The squads are an addition [Read more]

Legs ‘n’ Leggins

by Anne Fedorowytsch The Norwood Football Club has made SANFL history by becoming the first club to launch an exclusive female membership. The move comes off the back of a successful 2010 season under new coach Nathan Bassett where the league side finished runner up in the grand final. So far 80 women have signed [Read more]

Anne’s Choice

by Anne Fedorowytsch When the NAB Cup fixture was released late October 2010 my reaction to the draw was a very long and exasperated ‘Nooooooo!’ The Crows’ opening round matches versus Port Adelaide and Melbourne had been scheduled head to head against Adelaide United playing their biggest rivals, Melbourne Victory, at Adelaide Oval in the [Read more]

Social Networking in Footy

Scan the crowd at your local AFL match at half time and chances are you’ll see a myriad of fans ‘tweeting’ or ‘Facebooking’ on their phones. Social networking took the Australian Football League by storm in 2010 and the majority of clubs eagerly hopped onboard the new phenomenon. Fans can now access their favourite team [Read more]

Commonwealth Games Underwhelms

To say the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games underwhelmed would be an understatement. Many Australians would be surprised to find that the event was actually the largest games ever with 17 sports, 285 events and 72 competing nations. They were also the most expensive games of all time costing the capital more than $1.6 billion. But [Read more]

Gold Coast Suns: The Bock Defection

The Gold Coast Suns have snared their first uncontracted player with Adelaide Crows backman Nathan Bock yesterday signaling his intentions to sign with the new side. Bock’s sudden departure from the club he was drafted to as a rookie in 2002 may have shocked some fans after his comments in the media earlier this year.

A night in Stats Central

I have long been going to the SANFL to keep a close watch on the development and form of any Adelaide Crows player running around in the twos. And for every game I’ve gone to I’ve carried a little black notebook, about the size of the average hand, with me.