Poultry by Numbers – 19 Roosters: An Analysis of the SANFL Tribunal’s Decision in the “19th Man” Case

Adelaide lawyer Michael Dadds and his son, legal clerk Eddie Dadds, navigate a path through the legal matter which is the SANFL’s “19th man case”. This analysis is an antidote to the emotive and sometimes ill-informed social media discussions which are doing the rounds. This was a matter of law. But perhaps this gives rise to legal debate.

The AUFC Blacks: President’s Report March 2017

Michael “Daddsy” Dadds provides an excellent summation of the Adelaide Uni Black AGM. The report encapsulates all things great about the club highlighting those who have and continue to uphold its proud tradition.

James Hird, Essendon and the CAS judgment

Daddsy is ahead of 99% of the rest of us, having actually read the CAS judgment and considered an opinion. A useful summary of the findings before you next read / listen to James Hird

Life Membership and Life. And Death.

Michael Dadds got to present Life Membership of Adelaide Uni FC to the “Nose” Brenton Eckert. Every day is precious, and Brenton treasured every moment. (This article was originally published in 2014)

Is any of this getting through? Post-match analysis with my 12-year old

A sign of our times: Daddsy becomes a coach for his son Charlie …. via texts.