Round 11 – Adelaide v Collingwood: Baby steps

Sean Mortell says it isn’t easy being a black and white fan. He experienced the whole range of emotions as he watched the Pies confront the Crows.

Round 7 & 8 – Saints beat SA clubs at Adelaide Oval

Double delight for Yoshi and Saints fans all over the world as they broke their Adelaide Oval hoodoo against the Crows then followed up with a smashing of the premiership fancies Port Adelaide.

Round 7 – Adelaide v St. Kilda: Enigmatic Dr JeKyll and Mr Hyde Saints finally have something to Crow about in historic win at Adelaide Oval

Braham Dabscheck was happy to watch his Saints overcome their Adelaide Oval hoodoo against the Crows.

Round 6 – West Coast v Adelaide: Beware, the broken phone!

The Eagles got the four points, Nic Nat had the last laugh and Cathi Johnston’s side is back home in WA…what’s not to like?

The best Crows team that never was

While footy continues to bore Citrus Bob Utber, he has found the time to select a best ever Adelaide side that never got the chance to grace the field together.

Five fresh ideas to improve the Crows

Though he isn’t a Crows supporter himself, Declan Dempsey-Young has been giving their current situation some thought. He offers some suggestions for Round 4.

Round 3 – Sometimes there are no words

There were no words for the disappointment of Saturday afternoon’s Collingwood v St Kilda match for Yvette Wroby… But why not share your own words or images if you were on the losing end of the “weird” games of this week’s round?

Round 2 – Port Adelaide v Adelaide: SA Leading the Way

Daryl Schramm was one of 2000 people in the crowd at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday night. He saw a powerful performance from Port Adelaide.

1995: Bernie’s Boys make Cocky Crows eat humble pie

It will be 25 years this coming Wednesday since the Roys’ produced their last truly great performance in the VFL/AFL – Fitzroy Pete has shared with us his piece on that famous victory, featured as part of his book ‘Fitzroy’s Fabulous Century’.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 7 – Brisbane v Adelaide: A rock ‘n’ roll experience

Paul Daffey tried out a new pub for this match. The crowd tended to Brisbane. The conversation tended more Beatles than Stones.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 3 – Port Adelaide v Adelaide

Rivalry Round in in 2007 meant it was Showdown time in Adelaide. The game left John Kingsmill weighing the value of anger against confidence.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 2 – Western Bulldogs v Adelaide: Dodgy Dogs chase crisp Crows

Easter Sunday 2007 saw Christopher Riordan at the MCG where he witnessed the Western Bulldogs looking more like relaxed rabbits while the Adelaide Crows pecked them to pieces.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 1 – Adelaide v Essendon

John Origlasso took in the Bombers’ away game at the Social Club in Windy Hill. A bit of a big kid, he signed in as Geoff Blethyn! And, just as Geoff used to do, John saw his Bombers fly up.

Round 1 – Adelaide v Sydney: The touch of the unknown

Mathilde de Hauteclocque watches her Swans whilst striving to come to terms with a very different season.

About time the inevitable happened!

Jan Courtin did manage to watch her Swans win and it did feel great…but in the larger scheme of things, she’s surprised we forged ahead as far as we did with footy in 2020.

Plastic boots and footballs … a dog’s breakfast

Fifty years ago, two young blokes met in Adelaide and found they had lots of common – except for their choice of footy teams. Could their friendship survive? Here’s the story.

AFLW Round 4 – Adelaide v Carlton: Not so useless after all

John Butler reports on an impressive Carlton performance.

AFLW Round 3 – Geelong v Adelaide: Heartbroken Cats denied a last chance to snatch points.

Courtney Santospirito has a few musings on the quality Round 3 clash that went down to the wire between the Cats and Crows at Kardinia.

AFLW Round 2 – Adelaide v St. Kilda: Saints just miss out against Crows

One of the new teams on the block in 2020, the Saints have impressed with their style, despite failing to register a win in the opening two rounds – Braham Dabscheck on their latest game against the reigning premiers, Adelaide.

‘The Horseman……..’ by KB Hill

Peter McIntyre played in the Adelaide Crows’ very first match back in 1991. Footy and life have taken him in various directions ever since. KB Hill tells the tale of Peter’s perambulations.