FLOREAT PICA Match Report: Round 20- Essendon v Collingwood

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Geoff Sinclair’s Home and Away Games- Rd 20

Round 20 Essendon versus Collingwood M.C.G.  Friday, August 13th. So far, we’re only half-way through our platter of dips ‘n’ bread at Dinos’ Cafe, and Labrini hasn’t stopped to draw breath.  We’ve had a roll-call of the Magpies’ strengths as featured in their Saturday night victory over the Cats.  We’ve done hardness at the contest/numbers [Read more]

Bets, Seatbelts and September rainbows.

I remember once making a bet in year 6 for the Collingwood v Essendon game. My mate Sam was a Bomber; he was also a left hander. I remember the nudge fights we’d have when our elbows would smack. You see, I was the right hander sitting on the left and he was the left [Read more]

No Real Sign of a Contest

It’s hard to know where to start when you try to write e report about such an incredibly one sided game as we witnessed on Friday night.    At least it started off on a positive mood when I attended the Asylum Seekers rally at the State Library. An enthusiastic crowd supporting such a just cause [Read more]

Bombers well and truly belted

I wasn’t sure whether to go to school or not. Friday the 13th, who knows what could happen in the schoolyard on this black, spooky date. Something did happen, but not to me. Four year 12 students lost all the hair on their head’s in our yearly ‘Shave for a Cure’ fundraiser, while the teachers [Read more]