Round 6 – Collingwood v Richmond: D.Wilson & B.Grundy 

The Tigers run out 43-point winners on one of the rare occasions when everyone leaves the ground somewhat satisfied. The Pies showed enough to challenge the premiers, which bodes well for the rest of their year. And the premiers rose to the challenge, as very good sides do reports Jack.

Round 6 – Collingwood v Richmond: The Masters Apprentices

The tribes gathered before the game, headed to the MCG and then slogged out a tight battle for three quarters before the Tiges exploded away, much to the delight of Joe De Petro.

Haiku Bob – Round 6 – almost gone

Here’s Haiku Bob’s reflective Round 6 offering.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life – When a 43 point loss to Richmond isn’t too bad

Cam Hooke and his customary links cover all of Collingwood’s AFL, VFL, Netball, VFLW and VWFL efforts. Though the AFL side lost to Richmond, it’s still mostly up-side.

Round 6 – Collingwood v Richmond: Playing the champs (Floreat Pica Society)

The Pies ran into the best team in the competition; despite the loss, there were definite positives to be found according to Dave Nadel

Round 6 – Collingwood v Richmond: Just like the good old days

When the Pies and Tiges are on, games don’t get much bigger or passionate. Cheryl Critchley was on hand to witness a revival (of sorts) of the memorable clashes of the 1970-80s

Vale, Roy Willard

This the story of a sensitive, gentle and thoughtful man who was subjected to unspeakable hardships during his early adulthood in the Second World War. Joe De Petro’s presents his moving and loving tribute to his father-in-law.

Round 6: Competition is close with some unpredictable results so far. Sal’s predictions for this weekend. 

Sal laments his team is in the doldrums but for the most part the competition it is pretty close with some unpredictable results.  Some concern though about the lack of scoring and how easy it is to be defensive.  Let’s see what this week brings as Sal presents his predictions.