AFL International Cup: No luck for the Irish

It was heartbreak after the final siren for Ireland in its final round fixture against New Zealand, reports Josh Pinn.

Hoodoo Gurus – Now The Stage Is Set For Melbourne

Is Josh Pinn crazy to believe in ideals? Has the Melbourne Demons convinced him of their scene?
Finals for the Demons, for so long 1000 miles away, look like returning at the right time for the AFL’s oldest club.

Almanac Music: Billy Joel’s Souvenir – The Ultimate Collection (or, How Billy Joel Paid For My New Guitar)

Josh Pinn’s (half share in) his first musical purchase and his current guitar. What’s their connection (and how do cricket bats fit in)?

A Tribute To Lou

Josh Pinn shares a childhood footy memory, shakily built on the legend of Lou Richards; true giant of the footy world. [R.I.P. Lou – Ed].

Footy: It’s not Life or Death

Luke De Piazza was a free spirit who loved the Western Bulldogs. Josh Pinn recounts his cousin’s life supporting the Doggies and seeing them win their first premiership in over 60 years. [Powerful words that really hit home – Ed.]

Grand Final 2016 – A Cool Beveridge

Josh Pinn reminds us where the Western Bulldogs have come from in the past two years after being tagged least relevant Club by The Age.

100% For 100 Minutes

The Almanac’s Farrer League correspondent, Josh “The Hot Gospeller” Pinn brings us all of the heartache of the East Wagga-Kooringal Hawks tilt at a long-awaited flag.

On Clarke, Sport and Family.

Tonight, Michael Clarke plays his final Test Match. In this touching reflection on family, Josh Pinn reflects on how sporting events can be markers in one’s life, and of how a discussion about Clarke helped he and his brother in a difficult time.

Mob Mentality

Josh Pinn states his case against the booing of the 2014 Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes.

Farrer Flag Favourites for ’15

Josh Pinn and his wider family have strong connections with the East Wagga-Kooringal Football and Netball Club. They are on the march and he wants everyone to know about it.

Round 4 – GWS v Gold Coast: Total Control

Footy gospeller Josh Pinn got up from his armchair to visit Manuka on the weekend. His keen powers of observation revealed yet another reason to love the game.

Hometowns and Upside Down Frowns

Josh Pinn celebrates 25 years since deciding to follow the North Melbourne Kangaroos. Can one’s choice of team be rationalised? Josh makes a good fist of it; there’s been a lot to enjoy. Bring on 2015.