Book Review: Les Everett on ‘Belief’ by Dave Warner

Les Everett has written a review of Marlion Pickett’s biography, ‘Belief’, written by none other than Dave Warner.

WAFL Grand Final – Claremont v South Fremantle: Bulldogs seize the moment

A brief yet entertaining WAFL season came to a close with South Freo winning a nailbiter to claim the flag as described by Les Everett. [Tough day at the office for the Tigers! Ed.]

Almanc (WAFL/W) Footy: More finals for Freo Oval by Les Everett

Les has the latest on the WAFL and the WAFLW.

WAFL Round 9 – So that was the Dee-plan

Never tell me the odds! Les Everett takes us through a remarkable final home and away round of the WAFL that saw Perth break a 22-year drought in dramatic fashion, while other results upended the expected finalists.

WAFL Round 8: Oh Dees, not again!

Poor Perth dropped what might be their last chance to play finals for the first time in decades with a loss to lowly Swan Districts according to Les Everett; he looks to Round 9 of the WAFL for how the cards will fall for the Demons.

WAFL goes Freo by Les Everett

The WAFL’s Grand Final location has been decided and Les Everett is a fan – as the shortened season nears completion, find out the lay of the league and upcoming clashes that may yet prove significant.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 21 – Fremantle v Melbourne: Giving a season a chance

The Dockers had to win to save a spiralling 2007 campaign, and Les Everett cast his eyes out west to see if Fremantle could respond against Melbourne.

That’s ok – we’re invisible

On the surface, they’re hard to miss: purple jumpers, the old heave ho, over 50,000 members…but for Les Everett, the Fremantle Dockers are the AFL’s invisible side when it comes to a whole range of measures.

WAFL: Bulldogs tame the Lions

With the season progressing at pace, Les Everett has the WAFL’s highs and lows covered, with particular mention of a South Fremantle performance for the ages

WAFL: Bulldogs win battle of Dead Flank

A strong breeze at Fremantle Oval held sway, as Les Everett reviews the weekend’s round of WAFL action.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 19 – Fremantle v Essendon: The Dockers’ redemption run

It was hard to know what to expect from an underperforming Fremantle in 2007. Les Everett nervously watched as the Dockers faced off against Kevin Sheedy and his Bombers.

The WAFL’s on!

The season’s been compressed into a “mini-season”, but at least they’re playing! Les Everett updates us after two rounds of the WAFL.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 7 – Fremantle v Hawthorn: An emotional rollercoaster

Les Everett rode an emotional rollercoaster as the Dockers took on the Hawks at Subiaco Oval on Mother’s Day. He felt the power of two.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 5 – Fremantle v Adelaide: Battles within the contest

Les Everett went to Subiaco Oval to watch Fremantle take on Adelaide. He admired the structures and method of the Crows, but would it be enough for them to win in the West?

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 3 – Fremantle v West Coast

The Eagles took the Derby points, but Les Everett saw signs of further trouble in their continuing siege mentality over off-field controversies.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 2 – Essendon v Fremantle: Dockers struggle to find their feet

From The Footy Almanac 2007, Les Everett reports on the Round 2 match between Essendon and the Dockers. The Bombers 2 from 2.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 1 – Fremantle v Port Adelaide

From the Footy Almanac 2007, WA correspondent Les Everett, reported on the match between Fremantle and Port Adelaide. A 10 goal third quarter by the Power set up their victory.

AFLW Round 3 – Fremantle v Collingwood: Someone turned the pressure on

WA correspondent Les Everett reports on the Round 3 AFLW clash between Fremantle and Collingwood, with the Dockers just getting home over the Pies.

Best songs of 2019 by Rick Kane

Les Everett shares the musical tastes of Almanacker Rick Kane with this list of Rick’s Top 12 Songs of 2019.

Best of Lists 2019

Can you help WA correspondent Les Everett out? He is seeking “Best of Lists 2019” from readers to publish onto his website.