Round 5 – Collingwood v Essendon: ANZAC XXIV

Mark O’Connell has been to all 24 ANZAC Day matches between Collingwood and Essendon and this year’s was another special one where his Pies defeated the Dons in emphatic fashion.

Round 4 – Adelaide v Collingwood: B Grundy and the Magpie raiders (Floreat Pica Society)

Paul Harkin liked what he saw at Adelaide Oval: a four quarter effort from Collingwood in stormy conditions and a superb ruckman’s night.

Round 2 – Collingwood v GWS: Giants run away from small pies (Floreat Pica Society)

Paul O’Connell for the Floreat Pica Society writes of a much better effort from the ‘Pies (B Grundy 3 Horsburgh Medal votes). Do A Treloar and T Adams read the Herald Sun?

Round 1 – Hawthorn v Collingwood: Do Not Be Satisfied With Mediocrity (Floreat Pica Society)

Is Collingwood content with mediocrity? Paul O’Connell reports on another frustrating Magpie loss for the Floreat Pica Society.

Round 23 – Collingwood v Melbourne: Pies end Demons finals chances (for the Floreat Pica Society)

Collingwood drove a nail through the heart of Demons supporters everywhere with hard fought win on Saturday afternoon; resulting in the Dees missing out on the finals by a fraction of a percentage.

Round 22 – Collingwood v Geelong: A lack of class (for the Floreat Pica Society)

Collingwood lacked class and fell to a Geelong team vying to find their best form before the finals.

Round 21 – Port Adelaide v Collingwood: Solid effort, falling short (for the Floreat Pica Society)

Port Adelaide got over the line against the Pies, but Collingwood stayed in the contest. This weekend sees a beauty against Geelong.

Round 20 – North Melbourne v Collingwood: This you call Football (for the Floreat Pica Society)

A headache made the noise and lights of Etihad even more frustrating for Jim Kesselschmidt as Collingwood won in a lacklustre game against North Melbourne.

Round 16 – Collingwood v Essendon: Frustration builds (by Paul Fahey on behalf of the Floreat Pica Society)

Collingwood have continued their slip in form with a second loss to Essendon in the season. Paul Fahey couldn’t find many positives in this one as Collingwood look to make wholesale changes.

Round 15 – Hawthorn v Collingwood: Hope is all there is (by Paul McKay for the Floreat Pica Society)

Another loss for Collingwood, and Paul McKay ponders whether Buckley will be coaching many of the young players on the list next season.

Round 14 – Collingwood v Port Adelaide: Reality check (by Andrea McNamara for the Floreat Pica Society)

Collingwood had a gentle reminder of where they stand amongst the teams vying for finals footy writes Andrea McNamara.

Round 12 – Melbourne v Collingwood: Umpiring? No comment (Floreat Pica Society)

Paul O’Connell files for the Floreat Pica Society, on a day when Gavin Brown’s son made his debut. Melbourne played well, but some dubious calls against Collingwood were costly.

Round 11 – Fremantle v Collingwood: Pies Win in the West at Last (Floreat Pica Society)

Rory Adams watched his beloved Magpies take on Fremantle at Subiaco. The travel and injuries couldn’t stop the Pies from getting a much needed win in the West.

Round 10 – Collingwood v Brisbane: From in front of the Long Room (Floreat Pica Society)

Richard Moody had a lot to contemplate as he headed to the MCG for this Sir Doug Nicholls Indigenous Round match against Brisvegas. He found some answers.

Round 9 – Collingwood v Hawthorn: Penalty Units – For the Floreat Pica Society by Doug Wilson

Collingwood are back on the winners list after defeating Hawthorn at the MCG.

Round 8 – GWS v Collingwood: Pacify all the Piessimists (For the Floreat Pica Society by Paul McKay)

Paul McKay battled the Piessimists all week and the Magpies almost got over the line against GWS. And they would have gotten away with it too if weren’t for old man Stevie J.

Round 7 – Collingwood v Carlton: 125 year Commemoration Match by Frank Taylor for the Floreat Pica Society

Frank Taylor from the Floreat Pica Society saw the 125th anniversary match between Collingwood and Carlton as his party, and he’ll cry if he wants to.

Round 4 – Collingwood v St Kilda: Man Bun v Man Bun; just who were the Easter Bunnies? (Floreat Pica Society)

Jim Kesselschmidt believes Nathan Buckley doesn’t have a Plan B and led to the poor showing against the Saints. Where to now for Collingwood? [Another Kesselschmidt cracker – JTH]

Round 3 – Sydney v Collingwood: An away win for the ages (Written for the Floreat Pica Society)

Emmet Brasier made the trip to Sydney to see if her Pies could do the unlikely and beat the Swans at home. And life was great when they did.

Round 2 – Richmond v Collingwood: Sloppy skills lead to frustration (Floreat Pica Society)

This was just one of those games for Collingwood, more disposals but ball use was way off. It was a very frustrating game for Pam Lowther to watch.