Losing isn’t everything for flag-hungry Eagles

Alex Darling goes back through West Coast’s history to explain why he thinks the Eagles will be flying high in 2016.

2015 AFL Grand Final – No ticket, no worries – part two

In the second part of his Grand Final ticket odyssey, Matt Watson heads from Brisbane to Melbourne for work, but without a ticket to the game. When all seems lost, however, Matt becomes involved in a ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ style race to Melbourne’s outer west in search of the gold. [SPOILER ALERT: Matt’s available to help with your Lotto and Quaddie numbers for Caulfield this weekend. – Ed]

2015 AFL Grand Final – The Final (Ever?) Wrap.

The Wrap draws the curtain on both 2015 and 13 illustrious seasons of output from The Wrapcave. The Wrap looks back on the 2015 Grand Final and, like just about all of us, looks on in awe at the Hawthorn machine. [A lap of the G in the back of a sponsor’s ute on Grand Final day? Say it ‘aint so Wrap!?!? – Ed]

2015 Grand Final – Hawthorn v West Coast: Great Hope part 2.

The Grand Final experience through metaphor. Old mate Rabonzo experiences the joy of victory and the importance of humility.

The Pre Wrap – The Finals Week VI

Mr Wrap previews the AFL Grand Final and reviews Brownlow Medal night.

Grand Final Preview – Will the Hawks be GOATs?

A big weekend of sport needs some handy investment advice if you’re inclined towards a wager or two. Sal Ciardulli’s comprehensive look at this weekend’s Grand Final and the Group racing action at Money Valley, The Heath, Randwick and Headquarters should give you some food for thought by the time the off rolls around.

Grand Final 2015 – What West Coast can learn from Hawthorn’s recent defeats

Saturday promises to be an intriguing Grand Final; Hawthorn have contested the last four Grand Finals, while this is West Coast’s first appearance on the big day since their 2006 triumph. Can youthful enthusiasm trump over experience? Does Hawthorn have an chillies heel? Alex Darling looks at how the Eagles can knock off the reigning premiers.