AFL Round 15 – North Melbourne v Richmond: Roos make a tough day a little easier

Josh Barnstable went to watch his Kangaroos against Richmond on a very tough day for him. It was the perfect day for the Roos to turn it on.

AFL Winners and Losers: Rounds 13 through 15

Facing Sydney, Collingwood and Essendon in three successive weeks and coming away with two wins means Port Adelaide are, by far, the biggest winners of this three round period.

AFL Round 15 – Geelong v Hawthorn: Kennett Curse irrelevant to young Cats

Geelong’s winning streak is no longer about simply redeeming an unexpected loss. It’s about the new generation of Cats proving themselves. They want to win for their own sake, to show they’re genuine contenders and can create their own history.

AFL Round 15 – Geelong v Hawthorn: Like David Bowie and Queen

The argument that the 2008 premiership matters more than the matches the Hawks have lost to the Cats since then is beginning to wear a little thin, writes Hawks fan Sasha Lennon.

AFL Round 15 – Carlton v Collingwood: break in the gloom

Haiku Bob on Round 15.

AFL Round 15 – GWS Giants v Western Bulldogs: Crunching the numbers

Two teams miles from home meet in Canberra for the greater good of the competition. Meanwhile, clubs at the opposite end of the ladder play in front of 80,000 at the MCG. That’s footy in 2013, writes Bulldogs fan Neil Anderson.

AFL Round 15 – Melbourne v Sydney: A Sunday stroll in the park

It’s a risky proposition but the Swans seem to be taking their chances this season and showing that they’re not entirely reliant on the premiership side to win. Is it a deliberate strategy by Longmire?

AFL Round 15 – Review: The 2013 ‘Mopsy’ Fraser Cup

There is no time like the mid-season to take a mid-season break. Zeus does it every year and, like many a club president, the executive branch of ‘Stop Privatisation Of Football Productions’ did so too.

AFL Round 15 – Brisbane v Gold Coast: Winning with two eyes

Beth Newman is particularly vocal when it comes to watching Brisbane, so she knew her first chance to sit in a press box at the Gabba would be a challenge (to say the least).

AFL Round 15 – North Melbourne v Richmond: A rebuild falls apart

Haje Halabi was happy with the Richmond rebuild, but against the Kangaroos, not only did the plumbing leak but the joint looks like it has to be completely rewired and re-stumped.

AFL Round 15 – Adelaide v West Coast: Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory

A perfect night of sport beckons Rajesh Singh, but unfortunately, so does his mate Bruno’s cards night. But he is determined to manage both. The cards go well, the Crows seemingly likewise – but when it comes to the crunch, who will prevail?

AFL Round 15 – Review: The plot thickens just a bit more

If you think the Essendon matter is clear cut then think again…reasons abound as to why the resolution is still a month away.

AFL Round 15 – Carlton v Collingwood: No rivalry tops this

Round 19, 2010 (Jeff Garlett) was the last time Carlton had a Rising Star nomination – the Blues need to refresh their list urgently, writes Blues fan Tony Reed.

AFL Round 15 – Melbourne v Sydney: Improved Demons? Check back in a month

Losing 5kg in 3 days is an ideal build up for a title fight or to ride down the Flemington straight on Cup Day. It is not a good build up when trying to get to the footy.

AFL Round 15 – Geelong v Hawthorn: Colonists and Dirty Dogs

Saturday’s result had a winner and a loser – but the rich narrative hasn’t concluded. This particular episode didn’t disappoint, writes Dips O’Donnell.

AFL Round 15: The View From Shepparton on Round 15 and Other Things

Was watching the rugby instead of Geelong-Hawthorn a good move? Not when you’re turning to Wikipedia to find out what’s going on. It was a varied weekend in sport for Peter Schumacher, but there’s still plenty to say about Round 15.

AFL Round 15 – GWS Giants v Western Bulldogs: Come on Canberra!

Bulldogs fans must be patient (as if they haven’t been for years!) says John Warhurst from Canberra.

Round 15 – North Melbourne v Richmond: Four quarters of effort

The Kangaroos have potential, but against the Tigers they played four quarters, writes a jubliant Matthew Naqvi, who still believes his team has a slim chance to play finals.

AFL Round 15 – Fremantle v St.Kilda: The boys are back in town

When one has no expectations, funny things happen, writes Yvette Wroby.

AFL Round 15 – The Wrap

Won’t someone think of Mr & Mrs Football and all the Little Footballs? And Chris Scott’s blood pressure? After round 15, The Wrap is on Maggot Watch.