Round 5 – Melbourne v Richmond: Football as an impartial observer

Jeremy Hill, as a neutral observer identified hope for Melbourne that things are finally starting to turn for the better while Richmond provided an all too familiar disappointment.

Why this Ashes series was a disappointment (not just the result)

Jeremy Hill on why he believes that not just the result, but the whole Ashes series was a disappointment.

Round 20 – Geelong v Hawthorn: Hawks too good for the Cats

Jeremy Hill is used to the feeling of trepidation when facing Geelong. This time, he enjoys the full Hawthorn show; ageing stars and all.

Round 18 – Hawthorn v Richmond: From Bachar’s Brain Fade to Brilliance

Every footy fan knows it and dreads it happening: the match where your team isn’t ‘on’. Jeremy Hill spotted it on Friday night, the Tigers saw it too, and took full toll on the flag faves.

Round 2 – Essendon v Hawthorn: Dons edge Hawks

Jeremy Hill watched his Hawks fall to the Dons on the weekend. Despite the frustration, he sees the Bombers have the capability to cause the big guns some serious headaches before the season is done

AFL Elimination Final – Port Adelaide v Richmond: Tiger fans look away…

Jeremy Hill records the Port Adelaide prison bars slaughter of the toothless Tigers.

AFL Round 21 – Fremantle v Hawthorn: Freo Finds Form

The Dockers – a well-coached, well-disciplined and highly skilled outfit – are back in town. You have all been warned.

AFL Round 17 – Adelaide v Hawthorn: Hawks win Battle of the Birds

Jeremy Hill offers an unbiased analysis of the Friday night game between the Hawks and Crows. Jack Gunston was not feeling the love at Adelaide Oval.

AFL Round 11 – Hawthorn v GWS: Hawks get the job done… just

Did they improve (hugely)? Or were we undermanned? So asks Jeremy Hill having seen GWS give the Hawks a real scare.

AFL Round 5 – Geelong v Hawthorn: Cats Take the Chocolates

Hawks fans are used to the Cats winning these, and they don’t seem too concerned.