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Cyril Rioli retires

Today the Hawthorn Football Club have announced that Cyril Rioli has played his last game for the Hawks.

Almanac Art – Last few days of Footy as Art exhibition

The Art of Football exhibition, organised by Citrus Bob Utber, will finish this Sunday at 4pm in Cororooke. Do yourself a favour and check out the great work on show.

Football is Art?

Football is art? Football as art? Check out this press release on Citrus Bob Utber’s ‘The Art of Football’ exhibition. The exhibition is on now at Red Rocks Regional Gallery in Cororooke. Spread the word.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017: the story of the inaugural AFLW season.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 is still available. Re-live the first AFLW season.

Almanac Art: Opening Night of ‘You Kick Like A Girl’

A fine night was had by all at the opening of “You Kick Like a Girl” and Lyn Campbell-Anderson took the photos to prove it. Exhibition open until February 18th at Red Gallery, 157 St Georges Road Fitzroy North.

You Kick Like a Girl: Women in Football Exhibition at Red Gallery

Opening February 1 just in time for the AFLW Season, is a new exhibition at Red Gallery: You Kick Like a Girl: women in football. Be sure to check it out.

The AFL season for a Tiges supporter in Denmark

It’s become a lot easier to be a Tiges’ fan in Denmark, but when his beloved Richmond started to look so good Ian Hill thought about making plans, then made plans – and had the time of his life. [Terrific Tiger life story which Ian was motivated to write after he received his copy of The Tigers’ Almanac in Denmark – yes we can get copies to you overseas JTH]

Almanac Cricket – Selection policy

This cartoon from David Wilson suggests something about Australian cricket team selection.

Osaka Dingoes President Matt Gale interviewed by Rohan Connolly

The future of footy in Asia is bright, none more so than at the Osaka Dingoes (Yoshi’s hitting the gym)

The Ashes presentation ceremony – Respect

David Wilson’s pen and ink sketch of the Ashes presentation ceremony…

Almanac Cricket: Peace and war; a selection minefield – 1979-80 revisited.

Peter Warrington looks at what transpired in and around the 1979-80 Test series (England and West Indies toured that summer), the first series after the WSC split. Great memories. Intriguing analysis.

Rodney ‘Rocket’ Maynard: the running machine

Another entry into Rulebook’s pantheon of Redleg greats, Rodney Maynard is so much more than just the Redlegs… or the Crows

Presenting The Tigers’ Almanac 2017: Ninth no more

We bring you The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. Read all about it.

Writing Richmond Together: A review of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017

Andy Fuller gives a terrific overview of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. He has absolutely nailed it.

Dusty, Punt Road End…. The Tigers’ Almanac Cover Art

With much emotion and joy Kate tells the story of her journey to producing her work of art that adorns the cover of the book about this AFL season The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. The original is available, and so are A3-sized prints. [Purchase details follow Kate’s piece – Ed]

Aussie Rules – Passion and Pain Exhibition

The Rotary Club of Caulfield is very active in the local community arts arena. They are taking submissions for next year’s footy themed exhibition, further details can be found here.

Almanac Grand Final Lunch: Pics, brief report and thank yous.

The Footy Almanac Grand Final Eve Lunch has become an institution. Great to see everyone – from around Australia and a few from overseas. Thanks to Lyn Campbell-Anderson for the wonderful photos.

Junior Almanac: My first footy season

Jasmine Conrad, who we are so lucky to have on the cover of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017, tells the story of how she started playing footy and of her first game – where her team received some special encouragement via video.

AFLM Round 23 – Richmond v St Kilda: A Big Tick

Yvette Wroby signs off from a pretty amazing 2017 (bar Saints performances overall) and reflects on the year that has been. Siren’s Call and The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 are now in bookshops and available online. Now to take a break and watch some more women’s footy.

Women’s Footy Almanac on AFL360

The 2017 Women’s Footy Almanac was the highlight of last night’s AFL360.