Ice Hockey 1.01: Austalia’s Presence in the NHL

Australia is a sport obsessed country and is represented in more top-level competitions than would statistically make sense for a country sitting 53rd on the population ladder.   For the NFL, the high-profile Australians include Jarryd Hayne, Sav Rocca, Ben Graham, and Darren Bennett. For the NBA, which has seen 27 Australians enter the highest [Read more]

Almanac Golf: PGA Golf Championship Preview and the Rise of Quality Independent Journalism

Peter Baulderstone offers some thoughts on the US PGA, one of the four majors, which is being played at Kiawah Island in South Carolina, and also offers some thoughts on the state of fresh golf journalism.

Almanac Rugby: Super Rugby: Trans Tasman Rd 1

Rugby correspondent Brian The Ruminator reviews all the matches from Round 1 of the Trans Tasman Series.

The Beeaanly Bugle: Summer Season Wrap-Up

A wrap on the Beeaans’ summer season and who the boys voted as their best players, as told by Deakin Uni student Connor Hoetzel in his weekly column about his local basketball team.

Almanac Rugby – Club rugby: A tale of two games

A couple of ripping games of club rugby in South Australia got Greg Andrew up and about – and provided another reminder that whatever the grade/division the footy is in, the way it’s played is the most important.

Ice Hockey 1.01: Unique Customs (Part 2)

In the second part of a mini-series, Deakin Uni’s James Wright continues his ‘Hockey 1.01’ journey with a delve into some of the quirks and oddities you can see in the premier ice hockey competition, the NHL.

The Beeaanly Bugle: The Run Home

The Beeaans’ final three games of the season, as told by Deakin Uni student Connor Hoetzel in his weekly column about his local basketball team.

Almanac Rugby – Super Rugby Finals

The two Super Rugby competitions have ended with the completion of both finals with victories to the Crusaders in NZ, and the Reds in Australia reports Brian The Ruminator.

Ice Hockey 1.01: Unique customs (Part 1)

In the first part of a mini-series, Deakin’s James Wright continues his ‘Hockey 1.01’ journey with a delve into some of the quirks and oddities you can see in the premier ice hockey competition, the NHL.

Almanac Soccer: Golden Plains v Bell Park

Bells Park had a big win against Golden Plains in the local derby soccer match at Bannockburn as Roy Hay reports..

Almanac Baseball – Ruminating on Rankings

Brian The Ruminator runs the stats to see who’s hot and who’s not in Major League Baseball this season.

The Beeaanly Bugle: The Beeaans Go Back-To-Back

Another win for The Beeaans, as told by Deakin Uni student Connor Hoetzel in his weekly column about his local basketball team.

Almanac Soccer: Barnsley FC update

Rod Oaten presents an update report of the fortunes of the Barnsley FC in the Championship League.

Almanac Rugby – Super Rugby AU Semi Final/ Aotearoa Rd 10

The finals are upon us in both Super Rugby competitions and despite a cameo from first timers the Western Force, familiar faces await in the remaining crunch matches. Brian the Ruminator fills us in on the results.

Almanac Rugby Union: An unseasonably warm day for rugby

Greg A is back at the rugby union on an unseasonably warm May afternoon in Adelaide. Old Collegians are playing host to the Adelaide Uni Blacks and crowd watching is a sideline attraction to an enjoyable afternoon.

Almanac Soccer: Corio v Whittlesea United

Roy Hay reports on local soccer in Geelong where Corio and Whittlesea played a 2 all draw.

Ice Hockey 1.01: A Day At The Hockey

Deakin University student James Wright continues his weekly column about ice hockey. This week, he writes about his experience at the last NHL game he went to in San Jose.

Club rugby: It has a real community feel to it.

Greg A reports on a superb day of rugby – and other sports – at Brighton (Adelaide).

Almanac Rugby: Super Rugby AU Rd 10/ Aotearoa Rd 9

The Super Rugby finals are shaping up in both Australia and New Zealand. Brian The Ruminator takes a look.

Ice Hockey 1.01: The Basics

Deakin University student James Wright continues his weekly column about ice hockey. This week, we learn about the basics of the game and which NHL teams to get around (Maple Leafs, of course).