AUFC Blacks 1982: Join The Club

Swish came across this Adelaide Uni Blacks new player information sheet from 1982. The secrets to their long-lived success can be found between the lines.

ANFC Carnival: Adelaide 1969

Swish Schwerdt looks at the 1969 Australian National Football Council Championship in Adelaide through the medium of a program. You’ll see. [Great piece – JTH]

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Adelaide Crows (1st)

This Crows 1998 list was meant to herald a decades long domination of footy. It was fun while it lasted.

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: North Melbourne Kangaroos (2nd)

Like North did at half time of the 1998 Grand Final, Swish has hit the wall. Help him out with your reflections of the nicer members of this list.

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Western Bulldogs (3rd)

Did the Bulldogs’ 2016 flag start from this 1998 list? Even if it didn’t, tell us what these fellas have been up to since.

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Melbourne Demons (4th)

In: N Daniher (Coach) Up The Ladder: Melbourne.
Was there a more popular Demons list that this 1998 cohort? You tell us.

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Sydney Swans (5th)

Sydney was still part of the top flight in 1998. Which of these faces are household names at your place?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: St Kilda Saints (6th)

The Saints were about to plummet fast two decades ago. How many of these mugshots do you come across these days?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: West Coast Eagles (7th)

The Eagles of 1998 were neither up nor about. A few of these left, some stayed for their mid 2000s revival.

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Essendon Bombers (8th)

Underachieving or over-rated? It depends on the year according to the Footy Record’s 1998 appraisal of the side from Windy Hill. Seen any of these fellas lately?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Richmond Tigers (9th)

Richmond’s 1998 side was chock full of characters. Seen any of them lately?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Port Adelaide (10th)

Port Adelaide weren’t immediately successful, but there were plenty of future flag winners in their 1998 list. Who are they now?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Carlton Blues (11th)

Carlton were on the cusp of something big in 1998. It didn’t last long, did it? Who are these blokes now?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Geelong Cats (12th)

1998 wasn’t the Year of the Cat, that’s for sure. But there were a couple of good young ‘uns starting out. Any recent sightings?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Hawthorn Hawks (13th)

They were a lowly team at Hawthorn in 1998, but they were on the improve, despite the lack of superstars displayed herein. Who are they now?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Collingwood Magpies (14th)

Change was in the wind at Victoria Park twenty years ago, but the worst was yet to come for this 1998 crew. Give us any thoughts, happy or otherwise, or maybe some recent sightings.

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Fremantle Dockers (15th)

Two decades ago, this collection was on the verge of two more decades of something. Who are they now?

AFL 1998 – Twenty Years On: Brisbane Lions (16th)

The Brisbane Lions weren’t much good two decades ago, according to the astute judges at the Football Record. We all know about the guns who kicked on from this crew, but what about the others?

1971 – The Greatest Game I Never Saw: Sturt v Centrals 1st Semi Final

Swish harks back to his beloved Centrals’ first ever final in 1971, which he missed due to a visit to relatives in not so greater western Sydney.

Dudley Street Doggies – A Late Westerly

Old mate Clem has had a few upheavals since the Doggies’ 2016 flag, but he (plus his mates Quang and Van) is still with us.