Round 14 – Gold Coast v North Melbourne: Inspiration Not Found

Neutral supporter Mick Jeffery is in disbelief as he watched the Roos lose to the Suns, in what he described as a pathetic performance.

Round 10 – Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs: Torn Apart after 3 Quarters

Bulldogs supporter Mick Jeffery made the trip to Adelaide to watch his Bulldogs play the Power and as he discusses, he was left unfulfilled from the performance on Saturday night as the Bulldogs went down to the Power.

Round 1 – Western Bulldogs v West Coast Eagles: Who needs matchday entertainment when the game provides it?

The extra mascots might not have added much, but the Bulldogs and Eagles put on a show worth coming to see.

MCG Test, Australia v India – Day Two: Tweetlotto

Despite being handicapped with a failing phone battery, Mick Jeffrey tweeted his way through Day 2 at the MCG. His Twitter trail stands as a record of the day (“Call that leg bye, ump…”).

MCG Test, Australia v India – Day One: By The Numbers

Stat geeks; rejoice! Mick Jeffrey presents a beautiful set of numbers to add to Boxing Day Test history.

AFL Draft – Not Meant to Be

Mick Jeffrey journeyed down from North Queensland for the AFL Draft on the Gold Coast. His progress only interrupted by bookings disasters, hail storms and midget draftees (such is the lot of Bulldogs loyalists – Ed.)

AFL Round 17 – Western Bulldogs v Gold Coast: No Gazza No Cry (For the Pups at least)

Mick Jeffrey ventured from home in Central Queensland to Cairns to take in his Bulldogs convincing win over a disappointing Gold Coast. Mick is 2-1 on the road this year as a good luck charm for matches outside Victoria.

AFL Round 10 – Gold Coast v Western Bulldogs: Half the distance to the goal…..5th down?

Mick Jeffrey made his annual pilgrimage from North Queensland to see his Bulldogs in action at Carrara. He enjoyed the first half.

Nought From Seven In Five Rounds

Five rounds, seven matches played so far for Mick Jeffrey. A win for the Brothers would be nice, to put paid to the off-field ructions in the Capricornia league.

Round 4: GWS v Western Bulldogs: It’s against the law to frown in our capital city

Mick Jeffrey benefits from a happy coincidence as his Dogs are playing in Canberra the weekend he is there to run in the marathon event.

Melbourne Test – Day 3 : Is that what KP would do?

Mick Jeffrey asks the English batting lineup “what would Kevin Pietersen do?” Perhaps “what would Jesus do” is the right question?

Melbourne Test – Day 2: Someone woke up the Barmies

Mick Jeffery is on tour from Capricornia again and takes a Herbert-eye to the second day’s play.

Gabba Test – Day 4: To the tune of Abba’s ‘Waterloo’

Almanackers across Australia join hands and Mick Jeffrey, put on your white silk flared jump suit and join in Mick’s celebratory song.

AFL Round 22 – Brisbane v Western Bulldogs: Through a father and son’s eyes

Bulldog Mick Jeffrey heads to the Gabba with his old man, a long-time Brisbane supporter. Much banter and many beers in some iconic Brisbane pubs makes for a great day.

City2Surf 2013 – Sports triathlon leg 2 (aka I’m NOT either Chris Brown)

Mick Jeffrey started running to fill a gap in a weekend, since then he’s noticed a building addiction.

AFL Round 20 – Sydney v Collingwood: Sports Triathlon (leg 1)

Cloke’s inaccuracy continues to plague the Pies, while the Swans seem too big, especially up forward – both issues will need to be rectified if both teams want to go all the way in September.

Queensland footy: Sounds like its been worth the wait

And you thought the Giants had been doing it tough this year? The Brothers footy club in Rockhampton has just secured this first seniors win since 2011. Cue the club song.

Local footy: The sad story so far

Brothers AFC in the Queensland Capricornia competition may be 0 for 7 this season, but it isn’t for lack of application. Loyal club servant Mick Jeffrey rues missed opportunities and reflects on life in the local league with all its many responsibilities.

Round 9 – Fremantle v Melbourne: How to get worse in eight weeks of football

Mick Jeffrey (and doesn’t he get around) decided to watch Melbourne and Freo to see how the Dees had progressed since Round 1. (Sorry, that should read “regressed” since Round 1.)

AFL Round 6 – Gold Coast v Fremantle: Saturday night’s for fighting, bad decisions, skill errors and 10km on Sundays

Once upon a time Fremantle were once known as a team of turnover merchants thanks to their high risk possession style in the early Gerard Neesham era. It seems that mantle has been passed on to the Suns.