Round 15 – Geelong v Adelaide: All roads (and trains) lead the Cats faithful and others to Billy’s pub

It’s hard to tell what Roger Lowrey enjoyed most – the dedication of the lads from the West, the Cats’ win over Adelaide or the meal at Billy’s. Sounds like a pretty good trifecta!

Plenty of horses and beer at Casterton but where are the kelpies?

Roger Lowrey heads to the home of the kelpie, Casterton, by the Glenelg River where the famous jumps course features fences which are actually alive and growing. He meets locals and visitors all united in the love of a punt and an ale on Cup day.

The polling booth near the cricket ground

Dog legs, racing, cold beer and fraternising with the enemy were all part of Roger Lowrey’s stint while handing out how to vote cards during the SA State Elections in 1985.