Dudley Street Doggies: Hammeroids

Old mate Clem shares his opinion on the Bullydogs Round 1 cartoon jumper. He’s not pleased.

Almanac Horseracing: Our Andy’s Paisley Park wins the Stayers’ Hurdle at Cheltenham

Almanac form analyst and red wine connoisseur Andy Gemmell’s horse Paisley Park has won the Stayers’ Hurdle at Cheltenham. Go you good thing! [Watch the race and also read the profile – Ed]

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life – Footy: we’re back. Go Pies

Cam Hooke returns to the Almanac for the 2019 season, full of his trademark Magpie optimism.

Almanac Golf: Golf Capital – MacLaren short-changed despite back-to-back wins, plus the glory of Lofoten

From the New South Wales Women’s Open to the Qatar masters, the New Zealand PGA to the upcoming Kenya Masters, Hamish Neal is all over all the happenings in the golfing world.

Almanac Cricket – Why Moises Henriques may be an Ashes smokey

Moises Henriques for the 2019 Ashes Squad? Dan thinks he’s a chance, what do you think?

‘The ultimate team-man…………’ – KB Hill

KB Hill maintains his run of ripper stories about prominent sportspeople from up around Wang. Today he highlights the Wilson family and, in particular, Mick, a long-serving, hard running, fierce tackling country footy icon.

1971 – Vic v SA (MCG): A New Record

The Victorian public’s interest in state football was at an all-time high in June 1971, as both sides were filled with names that resonate to this day. Swish has annotated that game’s Football Record and has obtained some memories from one of the SA participants.

Almanac Poetry – The Rhymer: The Wayward Golf Buggy

A golfing moral from the The Rhymer: keep your eyes on the motorised buggy and not the pretty girl!

Almanac Rugby League: New NRL season kicks off tomorrow night

The 2019 NRL premiership season kicks off tomorrow night when the Melbourne Storm play host to the Brisbane Broncos. Here’s our season preview complete with fearless predictions.

The Footy Almanac 2019 Season Launch (March 15)

Come to lunch! We’re launching the Almanac’s 2019 season on March 15 at the North Fitzroy Arms – with Sam Butler. All welcome.

AFLW Round 6 – Geelong v Fremantle: Dockers too hot

“It was my first visit to Kardinia Park since Saturday 14 August 2004 and after that horrible experience I’d vowed never to return.” Les Everett overturned a vow on Saturday. And he is very happy about that.

AFLW Round 6 – Geelong v Fremantle: A major step back for inconsistent Cats

Sean Mortell on a game of two halves – did Geelong fade out or did Fremantle run away with it in this contest with ramifications for both AFLW conferences?

Almanac Footy Teams – Bert and Ernie Muppets both, a footy team they’d love to coach

Sesame Street, The Muppets, what’ve they got to do with footy? Berts and Ernies of course! Phil Dimitriadis has come up with another corker of a footy team.

Almanac Poetry – The Rhymer: New Rules

The AFL new rules have been tried on the field, and his thoughts about them The Rhymer does wield!

The greatest of t-shirts

Got a favourite t-shirt? Earl O’Neill had 120 at one time! This is his story of a special one he bought in Zimbabwe. Earl also relives some of his experiences of his time in Zimbabwe.

Almanac Horseracing – The Corowa Cup: Country racing, a great day out!

The Corowa Cup proved country racing at its best, as Glen Davis reports, with a fistful of dollars in his hands!

AFLW 2019 Round 6 – Collingwood v North Melbourne: North continues to dominate

The Roos put on a polished display of footy to defeat Collingwood in Round 6 of the AFLW reports Caspar McLeod.

Almanac Rugby League – QRL Intrust Super Cup: 2019 season kicks off today

The QRL Intrust Super Cup season 2019 kicks off today. Our resident rugby league writer Ian Hauser offers his thoughts on the season (as well as his method of easing the pain of ironing).

Almanac Cricket: Pomborneit Cricket Club February Review

As the Division 1 Bulls prepare to take on Bookaar in today’s South West Cricket Association semi-final, catch up on all the latest at the club in the Pomborneit CC February review.

Cracking Reads: Stories by K B Hill

Got some spare time on your hands over the long weekend? What about a cracking story to read? Here’s a selection of titles written by K B HIll of profiles of local sporting identities. You won’t be sorry!