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Almanac Cricket – A view of Australia from fine leg: Match 3 – Payneham Cricket Club

Craig Dodson has completed Game 3 on his summer-long cricketing odyssey, the object of which is to play for 10 different cricket clubs across several States and raise funds for charity along the way.

And here’s the cover of The Tigers’ Almanac 2019

Announcing the cover of The Tigers Almanac 2019. You can order now. The best gift for a Tigers fan since the 2017 edition (also available).

Almanac Cricket – A view of Australia from fine leg: Match 2 – Lake Albert Cricket Club

Peripatetic cricketer Craig Dodson played Game 2 as he continues his summer-long journey to play for 10 different cricket clubs across several States and raise funds for charity along the way.

Almanac Cricket: Memories of Australia v Pakistan Tests

A few years ago, Peter Clark provided this commentary on Australia v Pakistan Test encounters. With this summer’s First Test not too far away, let’s revisit Peter’s piece and enjoy his emotions ranging across humour, dismay, doubt, surprise and disgust. What will the 2019 series deliver?

Almanac Cricket – Sheffield Shield Round 2: Are we any the wiser?

Round 2 of the Sheffield Shield season did little to clarify Australia’s First Test team. Based on results so far, Ian Hauser takes a stab at a possible line-up for the Gabba next month.

Almanac Cricket – Marsh Sheffield Shield 2019-20 Season Starts Today

The domestic cricket first class season gets underway today with Round 1 of the Marsh Sheffield Shield competition featuring all six States in action. Familiarise yourself with the season’s Shield and Test match schedules.

Almanac Art

We have revamped our artists’ page. Have a look. Birrell, Howson, Pavlidis, Williams, Heil – quite a team!

Almanac Art – The Art of Football: a visualisation

A look at a selection of the brilliant works featured in the ongoing exhibition “The Art of Football.”

Almanac Art: ‘The Art of Football’ exhibition – opening night review

Kasey Symons was honoured to be at the opening night of ‘The Art of Football’ in Mildura, the latest exhibition featuring works of footy art curated by Bob Utber.

Art Exhibition: Aussie Rules – Passion and Pain Exhibition

A new art exhibition, Aussie Rules – Passion and Pain, opens Thursday 13 September at Glen Eira City Council Gallery featuring many works that encapsulate the love we have for our great game.

Round 17: St Kilda v Richmond- Not the upset Yoshi was hoping for

Footy loving Japanese correspondent Yoshi has been in town for a footy holiday and to attend his first ever AFL match. Although his Saints were disappointing, he has had a wonderful time here as his report indicates.

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)