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2002 – The Almost (Where’s SA and Tas?) All Australian SSA Team – All Bound for Mornington

Cloke. T, Swallow. A and Deledio. B together in the same team would be a pretty awesome combination, and one that would have 17 other list managers green with envy. In the latest Almost All-Australian Team ‘Swish’ Schwerdt revisits the 2002 All-Australian Schoolboys side.

New Wave – My Favourite Compilation Album

‘Swish’ Schwerdt has had enough of the faux artsy crap that’s been masquerading as music writing on this site. He goes straight for the groin with his favourite compilation cassette (google it kids) of the Ramones, New York Dolls and the Runaways (sigh – Ed.)

Dice Cricket – Stats Entertainment

As a child, did you ever play dice cricket? “Swish” Schwerdt did, and he took it to extremes…

Bowled (Canna) Lily – Park Cricket in 1970s Elizabeth

Mark ‘Swish’ Schwerdt revisits the battlefields of childhood, and the characters that made those informal test matches forever memorable.

A Tale of Three Cities – From St Kilda to Kings Cross (via Gepps Cross)

Mark ‘Swish’ Schwerdt reviews the comparative attractions of Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. Nominate your icons and cast your votes.

Adelaide Uni Greys Melbourne Lunch: Meeting Rulebook

Luke Reynolds attends an Adelaide Uni Greys lunch to meet the great man. Not Bob Neil – but his acolyte ‘Rulebook’ Ashwood.

AFL Round 18 – Collingwood v Adelaide: Late Last Night

‘Swish’ Schwerdt finds that one offspring still shares his dedication to the Crows. Homework can wait when there is a win over the Magpies in the offing.

Boys Don’t Cry – Central Juniors 1974 (Warning: Contains Traces of Laceup)

After a 1974 incident that lead him to tears, Mark ‘Swish’ Schwerdt vowed he would never fiddle a team sheet. He’s kept that vow.

The Sporting Web: Piccies, Pundits and Passings

This week Peter Baulderstone gets all nostalgic for the passing of 70’s rock singers, dramatic images of beautiful horses with stupid owners, and old woollen footy jumpers where the owners think the Socceroos can win the World Cup. Check out these romantic yarns from the sporting web.

Confessions of a Smart Arse – My Brilliant (Game Show) Career: Episode 2 – Wheel of (Mis)Fortune – It’s A Shame About Rae

Swish’s journey as a smart arse affords him time with the great J. Burgess and A. Xenides. But where does fortune take him?

AFL Round 4 – St Kilda v Adelaide: Done Like A Dinner

Mark “Swish” Schwerdts solid pre-game preparation is rewarded with a big win for his Adelaide Crows. Swishter #3 accompanies him and has a great line in droll humour. (Where did she get that from? – Ed.)

Little Decisions Are The Kind I Can Make

‘Swish’ Schwerdt sets the popular culture test from heaven. Or hell? Our call centre is waiting to take your answers.

In Praise of the Polo (Shirt that is)

‘Swish’ Schwerdt has a wardrobe full of hardly worn polo shirts. Can the Adelaide Crows latest membership offer add to the moth sustenance?

That Summer Feeling

A scorecard can tell you what happened in a game, but not how or why. Mark ‘Swish’ Schwerdt puts his imagination to work constructing explanations for the results of the weekend’s Victorian premier cricket. He invites you to join in.

SEN 1116 – Are We Being Served?

‘Swish’ Schwerdt has been good enough to join us (thanks Andy), and asks if you find SEN Sports Radio informative or annoying? Let us know your brickbats and bouquets.

Sheffield Shield 2013/14 – RIP

“Swish’ Schwerdt asks a few questions about something called the Sheffield Shield. Let us know if you have heard of it.

2013 – A Season in Song: Semi Finals – Fitness Test

It’s semi-final time at “Footy’s Got Talent”. ‘Swish’ Schwerdt was hoping for Danni Minogue, but these classics got a Guernsey from Greg Champion.

2013 – A Season in Song: Round 12 – Poor Form and Disillusionment / Early Retirement

‘Swish’ Schwerdt shares a song about a cranky Mick Malthouse, confusing umpiring and a disappointing Blues effort. It didn’t make the cut. Dogs, Eagles, Pies, Tigers and Saints fans had heard it before.

AFL Round 21 – Western Bulldogs v Adelaide: Bob Neil: The Encore.

Rulebook reports on the traditional Adelaide Uni Greys lunch in Melbourne (at the All Nations Hotel), and on another disappointing Crows loss when the umpires make a hash of it.