Almanac Teams: Another Political Football Representative Team

Mark Duffett with a poll to get everyone engaged in the (s)election process. 3 votes will get you nowhere in this side, it’s all about who can gather the most 1%ers (all 50 + 1 of them).

Almanac Teams: Norm, be in it!

Remember Life Be In It! And norm. Well Glen! has picked a team of Norms.

Almanac Local Footy: One of many places in the Melbourne suburbs on a Sunday winter afternoon…

Sean Mortell tells the story of a transformed young footballer and a classic muddy match between Hillside and Aberfeldie.

Round 8 – Carlton v Collingwood: Honourable Loss FC

Being a Carlton supporter can be an emotionally draining experience as expectations are raised but not met as Jake P found out in their Round 8 match against the Pies.

Speedy Croweaters get the job done: by Les Everett

Speed was the essence in the SANFL’s victory over the WAFL in their interstate game in Perth reports Almanac WA correspondent, Les Everett.

Almanac Art – Kate Birrell: Street Rhythm Exhibition 21 May (opening night function) – 9th June

“Street Rhythm” is an exciting new exhibition of Kate Birrell’s recent paintings. The exhibition will be held at Chapel off Chapel, Prahran from 21st May to 9th June. Join Kate for Opening Night from 6.00pm to 8pm on Tuesday 21st May.

Almanac Footy Teams – Political Football

Who’d you vote for? Andrew Gaylard has come with a footy team of leaders who have been either Prime Minister or President of their country.

Cam Hooke’s Collingwood Life – Round 8 Review & Round 9 Preview

Cam Hooke wraps up for the True Believers the Round 8 Collingwood game against the Blues, and previews the Pies Round 9 game against the Saints.

Round 8 – North Melbourne vs Geelong: Why Tim Kelly has our Cat hearts

Anna Pavlou has a soft spot for Geelong’s Tim Kelly as her report shows.

Round 8 – Carlton v Collingwood: the despair of deflation

Yvette Hollings has experienced many emotions in her life and they continued for her with the Blues & Pies Round 8 clash as deflation hit her hard.

Round 8 – Carlton v Collingwood: Too close for comfort

Sean Mortell felt apprehensive about the Blues and Pies Round 8 clash, no matter their position on the ladder, it’s always game on, and this match was no exception.

Round 8 – Sydney v Essendon: What the hell am I doing?

The heart, the teeth, feeling absolutely terrible, and don’t forget the Bloods, are all just part of a day for Jan Courtin as she explains.

Round 8 – Sydney v Essendon: Who ya gonna call?

Tom Bally is relieved the Swans were able to hang on and win in the Round match against the Bombers at the SCG on Friday night.

Round 8 – Carlton v Collingwood: The appropriately titled “Unbiased Report”

Umpiring decisions made Tony Reed’s day a frustrating one during the Round 8 match between Carlton and Collingwood as can be seen by his “unbiased report.”

The polling booth near the cricket ground

Dog legs, racing, cold beer and fraternising with the enemy were all part of Roger Lowrey’s stint while handing out how to vote cards during the SA State Elections in 1985.

Round 8 – Sydney v Essendon: Either way, I win (and yet lose as well).

Caspar McLeod is a Bombers supporter who also supports the Swans, so he is a winner tonight as the Swans hold on to a 5 point victory in their Round 8 clash at the SCG.

Round 8 – Sal’s Preview: No Mummy for Mother’s Day

Sal’s going with gut feeling here – and some analysis. But it seems he thinks a weekend of upsets is looming.

Round 7 – Geelong v Essendon: Dips, I’ll fill you in.

For Dips – some notes on Geelong’s win last week. Can anyone else help fill Dips in? [Busy week – JTH]

Reds Foundation (Fitzroy FC) Political Lunch with Hung Le

Book now for lunch with Hung Le speak at the Reds Foundation and Fitzroy FC on Saturday 18th May at the Brunswick St Oval..

Almanac Music: Introducing Heed the Porter (especially today, May 10, because their single comes out today)

Heed the Porter are an alt rock/blues band from Brisbane. They have much to offer. Do yourself a favour…