Women’s Footy – VFL: Jess Dal-Pos

Jess Dal-Pos lets us in on what it takes to make a supergroup like the Darebin Falcons.

Women’s AFL: She Begins

On Wednesday, the AFL officially granted eight clubs licenses to the inaugural 2017 Women’s AFL competition. One journey ends and another begins today.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Meg Hutchins

Eastern Devils’ champion Meg Hutchins made history in April when she became the first Female Football Operations Manager of an AFL club. But what is it about her that made the biggest sports club in Australia appoint her to such a position?

Women’s Footy – AFL: Melbourne v Brisbane

Melbourne put on a fireworks display against Brisbane at the MCG on Sunday in the Women’s AFL Exhibition Match curtain-raiser.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Seaford Start to Believe

Last Sunday, the Seaford Tigerettes made history as they became the first 2015 Division 1 side to defeat a 2015 Premier Division side. However, according to midfielder Kellie Saunders and coach Brett Alexander, it’s just the first step.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Cecilia McIntosh

Veteran Melbourne University defender Cecilia McIntosh on her long return to VFL following a knee reconstruction.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Debbie Lee

VU Western Spurs’ coach and Women’s AFL legend Debbie Lee talks building a team, getting the most out of her players and her biggest inspiration.

Women’s Footy: VFL – Stephanie Chiocci

Diamond Creek and Western Bulldogs’ captain Stephanie Chiocci reflects on how the game has changed in her ten years as a player ahead of her 150th match against Cranbourne on Sunday.

Women’s Footy – VFL: Moana Hope

St Kilda Sharks’ champion Moana Hope talks being a leader, the pursuit of improvement and a new era for the Sharks as she prepares for her 200th game against Darebin in the VFL Women’s State League.

Round 5 – Melbourne v Richmond: Basket-case-dom

For Callum O’Connor Richmond’s game against a Melbourne side still realising its potential to become something more, was a fast-paced, exciting game of footy.

Round 1 – Richmond v Carlton: The Minus Touch

The Minus Touch could catch on. As could The Minus Touch index. Callum O’Connor begins the season with a lick under the oaks in Yarra Park and he and his Tiges survive the negatives of the evening.

Almanac Music: David Bowie – Still Ahead of the Curve

Callum O’Connor pays tribute to David Bowie, who died yesterday, with this celebration of his immense creativity, originality and influence.

The Way Forward For Test Cricket

Callum O’Connor thinks through the Test cricket woes. He has some suggestions.

Australia v New Zealand – Gabba Test, Day 3: We Were Saying ‘Boo-urns’

Kane Williamson ensured that whichever Almanacker is reporting on Day Four will have something to do – but it was an all Aussie day otherwise.

The Rise of Women’s Football Part 3: AFL

“This is coming, and we’d love you to be involved…” Womens Australian rules is undoubtedly on the rise, as Callum O’Connor explains in this profile piece on Female Football Development Manager, Chyloe Kurdas.

The Rise of Women’s Football Part 2: State

The second instalment of Callum O’Connor’s features on the rise of women’s football. The establishment of a State level has given the country’s talented female players an environment in which they can develop their skills.

Round 21 – Collingwood v Richmond: Albatross

Callum O’Connor has never enjoyed a Richmond victory (or is that Vickery?) less than he did last Saturday. Hard to believe, until you find out who lobbed next to him at half time.

Todd Goldstein: Tall Order for Brownlow

Callum O’Çonnor asks the question, could Todd Goldstein be the man to break the modern day trend of the Midfielder’s Medal?

Adam Goodes: A Game At Its Crossroads

As the Sydney Swans prepare to welcome Adam Goodes back to work, Callum O’Connor argues that despite initiatives like the Dreamtime round and the AFL’s best efforts to advance reconciliation and recognition, the game “might not be as reconciled with our past as we had hoped to believe.”

Ashes 2015 – Second Test and Day 3 of The Open: Analysis, Banter and Memory

Thoughts on Day 4 of the cricket and Day 3 of the golf?