Geelong’s Record Run – Round 15, 1952: St. Kilda v Geelong – Saints fade as Cats purr home

Geelong are forced to come from behind against St. Kilda. Meanwhile, the Helsinki Olympics conclude. Peter Clark’s series on Geelong’s 1952-53 record breakers continues.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 14, 1952: Footscray v Geelong – Menacing Dogs chase Cats

Geelong’s next challenge was a tricky encounter against Footscray at the Western Oval. Meanwhile, the Helsinki Olympics were in full swing. Peter Clark continues his series on the record-breaking Geelong team of 1952-53.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 13, 1952: Geelong v Melbourne – Geelong in full flight

Peter Clark continues his series on Geelong’s unbeaten run in 1952-53. Today it’s the Round 13 clash against the Demons at Kardinia Park, with profiles of debutant Harry Herbert and Melbourne’s Stuart Spencer.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 12 1952: Geelong v Collingwood – Cats take top spot

A top of the table clash at home against Collingwood was the challenge for Geelong this week. Peter Clark continues his series on the Geelong record-breakers of 1952-53. Featured players this week are Fred Flanagan and Bob Rose.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 11 1952: Essendon v Geelong – A draw… but Geelong’s undefeated run continues

Another encounter with Coleman’s Essendon sees Geelong’s run severely threatened. Peter Clark’s series on the record breaking Cats of 1952-53 continues.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 10 1952: Geelong v Hawthorn – Experienced Cats too clever for Hawks

Peter Clark continues his run through Geelong’s record breaking winning streak during 1952-53. In Round 10, the Hawks hosted the Cats at Glenferrie Oval.

Geelong’s Record Run: Round 9 1952 – Geelong v South Melbourne (The start of the run)

Was the VFL’s greatest winning run sparked by a thrashing at the Brisbane Exhibition Ground? Peter Clark commences his run through Geelong’s record breaking winning streak during 1952-53.

Geelong’s Record Run: Introducing Peter Clark’s new column for 2021

Peter Clark introduces his new column which is sure to be popular again: an account of footy, other sport, and life during Geelong run of 26 games without a defeat through 1952 and 1953.

1966 and all that: Epilogue

What became of the 1966 heroes? In the conclusion to his wonderful review of St Kilda’s 1966 season, Peter Clark lets us know the answers.

1966 and all that: Grand Final – Collingwood v St. Kilda

It is grand final day at the MCG. Can St. Kilda win their first ever premiership? Peter Clark’s epic re-telling of the Saints’ 1966 season reaches its climax.

1966 and all that: Preliminary Final – St. Kilda v Essendon

The Preliminary Final 1966 saw the Saints record an impressive win against the Bombers to move into the Grand Final. Peter Clark reviews the penultimate game of St Kilda’s premiership year.

1966 and all that: Second Semi-final – Collingwood v St. Kilda: ‘Pies through to Premiership decider

The Saints lose by 10 points to the Pies in the 1966 Second Semi Final. Peter Clark continues his weekly review of St Kilda’s premiership year.

1966 and all that: First Semi-final – Essendon v Geelong

Peter Clark’s tremendous account of the 1966 season continues – with defending premiers Essendon playing the Cats in the First Semi-final. Here’s what happened.

1966 and all that: Round 18 – St. Kilda v Hawthorn

It is Round 18 of the 1966 home and away season, and Peter Clark takes us back to what was an enthralling round of pre-finals football.

1966 and all that: Round 17 – Fitzroy v St. Kilda

St Kilda crushes Fitzroy in the last VFL match at the Brunswick St Oval, Saints’ Allan Davis debuts with 4 goals, ‘Big Carl’ is reported and eventually suspended for 6 matches missing the 1966 finals series. Peter Clark continues his weekly review of St Kilda’s premiership year.

1966 and all that: Round 16 – St. Kilda v South Melbourne

The Saints have a big win in the wet, but suffer an injury to a star in the process. Peter Clark’s coverage of the 1966 season reaches Round 16.

1966 and all that: Round 15 – Geelong v St. Kilda

Potential finalists Geelong and St. Kilda put on a football exhibition down at Kardinia Park. And Peter Clark’s father shares his memories of that historic Grand Final day in September, 1966. Peter Clark invites you to add a comment to explain where you were on that day.

1966 and all that: Round 14 – St. Kilda v North Melbourne

After a loss the previous round, St Kilda were forced to make six changes to their team, then hosted North Melbourne in a match dominated by inaccuracy in front of goal. Peter Clark’s coverage of the 1966 season reaches Round 14. [And it was the weekend when England won the 1966 World Cup – Ed]

1966 and all that: Round 13 – Carlton v St. Kilda

‘Big Nick’ stars in the Blues win against an injury riddled St Kilda in their Round 13 1966 match against Carlton. Peter Clark continues his weekly review of St Kilda’s premiership year.

1966 and all that: Round 12 – St. Kilda v Melbourne

The Saints get their 1966 season back on track with a powerful final quarter against the Dees.