The Footy Almanac 2007 – Ladder after Round 14

The ladder is starting to take shape in the 2007 season. Follow the Footy Almanac’s coverage of the year as it continues to unfold.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Richmond v North Melbourne: What to do with Richo?

Paul Daffey finishes off the 2007 Heritage Round with a recount of North Melbourne’s easy win over the Tigers, which prompted Richmond fans to either love or loathe their favourite son.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Carlton v Melbourne: Cheeky Penny and the rebuilding Dees

Mark Freeman went to the MCG in the 2007 Heritage Round, interested to see what Melbourne would be like after weeks of turmoil. The result gave him plenty of hope.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Sydney v Fremantle: Victory for milestone men Goodes and O’Loughlin

Rod Gillett enjoyed Sydney’s barnstorming win over the dismal Dockers in 2007 to celebrate milestone matches for favourite sons Goodes and O’Loughlin.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – West Coast v Brisbane: The Lions triumph at the House of Pain

Tony Roberts predicted a miracle in 2007, as the Lions managed to beat the reigning premiers to overcome their Subiaco hoodoo.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Adelaide v Hawthorn: Craig out-coaches Clarkson

John Kingsmill recounts the day in 2007 where former Adelaide coach Neil Craig out-pointed Alastair Clarkson’s young Hawks en route to a comfortable win.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide: Young Dogs win Heritage Round

Port Adelaide and the Bulldogs played out a high-scoring 2007 encounter at the old Telstra Dome. Christopher Riordan watched on, as a plethora of young Bulldogs impressed him.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Essendon v Geelong: A rich night of Geelong domination

John Harms watched his Cats from Perth. His Geelong ladder-leaders were rich in skill as they waltzed over Essendon in a 2007 Friday night match-up. [This is the ‘Chaaaaapppyyy!’ game- Ed]

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – Collingwood v St Kilda: Daisy’s day out

Andrew Stafford watched the Pies triumph in a tight clash against the Saints in 2007. In the tense final minutes, some Daisy Thomas magic proved to be the difference.