Grand Final – My Return to the Almanac for a One-Off Grand Final Ramble

Some of the projected golden years of Daniel Saunders’ young life have been marred by the pandemic we all know and hate. He’s incredibly thankful for the wonderful season of top shelf footy that has kept him sane; he proffers his view on the looming last game of the year.

Grand Final – West Coast v Collingwood: Footy was the real winner

Daniel Saunders is still at high school. He barracks for the Swans- and the game. In this report of the Grand Final he poses the question: after that gripping match who could possibly be thinking of 6-6-6 and 18-metre goalsquares? [Nice piece Daniel and have a great trip – JTH]

A Message to All Swans Supporters Out There: Stay Positive

Daniel Saunders urges fellow Swans to keep the faith in a message filled with strategy, intensity, and unbridled passion.

Round 17- North Melbourne vs Sydney Swans: The Interstate Trip

After only ever seeing his beloved Swans play in Sydney, Daniel Saunders ventures South to see his team play North at the Docklands. Aliir Aliir, YEAH YEEEEEAAAAH!!!!

Mid-Season Review: Contenders and Pretenders

Daniel Saunders tries to read the state of the season to come up with his predictions about who will play in the finals in 2018 and comes up with a few big calls.

Round 7 – Sydney v North Melbourne: Just My Luck!

Daniel Saunders thought it was his lucky night when a prior engagement wrapped up early and he could make it to the game in Sydney, if only he knew what he and his Swans were in for!

Round 4 – Western Bulldogs v Sydney: Happy Birthday Banjo!

Daniel Saunders caught the Swans’ game around a very small screen on his best mate’s birthday.

Round 1 – West Coast v Sydney: What A Ripper!

What a game it was; and definitely a much better start to the year than last year for the Swans reports Daniel Saunders. He is eager for the Swans to bring it on and take it up to Port Adelaide next week! What a ripper this footy season is turning out to be writes Daniel. He is hopeful it makes up for the disappointing summer this year!

AFL 2018: What Are We Waiting For?

Daniel Saunders has been a little disappointed with the summer. He can’t wait for the AFL season to start.

Almanac Cricket: Picking Australia’s Best Ashes XI

Daniel Saunders selects his Australian XI for the 1st Test. Do you agree with him?
Add your team in the comments.

Round 23 – Sydney v Carlton: No bridge too far

The Sydney Swans and Buddy sent a message to the top 8 with a demolition of Carlton in the final round of the season.

Round 20: Geelong v Sydney – Blame it on the Bogey

Sydney’s brilliant run towards to the finals continued with a quality performance against the Cats at Kardinia Park.

Round 18 – Sydney v St Kilda: Sinclair’s Moment

The Swans comfortably accounted for St Kilda; Daniel Saunders reckons the top four is a possibility.

Round 16 – Sydney v Gold Coast: All aboard the Rohan Express

Gary Rohan has elevated in his cult status with match winners and dominance in recent weeks. Junior Almanacker Daniel Saunders didn’t find much to enjoy in the regulation win, but the Swans are surging towards finals.

Round 14 – Sydney v Essendon: The season with several gears

Daniel Saunders saw the Swans’ season slipping away. That was until the Swans went up a gear to overcome the Bombers after the siren. September action may beckon yet.

Almanac Cricket: Where it Went Wrong for the Aussies

Junior Almanacker Daniel Saunders delivers has take on the recent disappointment for Australia at the ICC Champions Trophy in England. Who is needed for the upcoming India tour?

Round 13 – Richmond v Sydney: Our Bloods, Our Culture

Daniel Saunders was overcome with joy as his Swans kept the Bloods culture well and truly alive after a comeback win over Richmond.

Round 12 – Sydney v Western Bulldogs: Here Come the Swans

Daniel Saunders believes the doubters need to be wary of a Sydney team that has the potential to make it to the finals in 2017.

Round 10 – Sydney v Hawthorn: No More Excuses

Despite the disappointment of the close loss to Hawthorn, Daniel Saunders still believes his Swans can make the finals.

Round 9 – GWS v Richmond: Sign of the Tiges

Channelling Harry Styles, Richmond’s close losses are a sign of the Tiges according to Daniel Saunders.