The day I saw the Bulldogs win the Grand Final.

Five years ago, as the Bulldogs prepared for the 2016 Grand Final, Neil Anderson recalled attending the 1954 Grand Final. between Footscray and Melbourne.

Round 2 – St Kilda v Western Bulldogs: Saints Alive!

Yvette Wroby, with her Saints in seventh place, allows herself to be once again, consumed. St Kilda played so well all the other wonderful distractions and obsessions have been put in place. A Monday has never felt as good.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 9 – Western Bulldogs v Sydney: Superman stamps the Swan’s intentions

Cameron Noakes was bullish after the Swans accounted for fellow finals aspirant in the Bulldogs. Played in the harsh terrain of the ‘Manuka Triangle’, the 2007 clash epitomised the class of Sydney.

Lest we forget the other pandemic

The First World War, the Spanish Flu pandemic, and their terrible effects on life at the time are reflected upon by Harold Peacock in this timely piece leading up to Anzac Day. Check out details of a live stream of an Anzac Day commemoration.

AFL Round 4 – Collingwood v Bulldogs: Gritty, Gritty… Got it!

Cricket presentation commitments didn’t help, but Sean Mortell still managed to follow developments at the ‘G on Friday night.

Moz The Magnificent: A reprised tribute to an injured hero

Neil Anderson reprises his penned tribute to injured Doggies hero, Dale Morris. A Bulldogs win was the perfect tribute to the man they call Moz as he reached his 250 game milestone against North Melbourne, Round 19, 2018.

AFLM Round 8: Western Bulldogs v St Kilda: What Matters Most

Pre-game Yvette Wroby suspects she was suffering Premiership envy. Post-game, she was grateful for love and family, friendship and all things St Kilda. And byes.

AFLW Round 2 – Western Bulldogs v Adelaide: Ying, meet Yang

It wasn’t the best night for Jack Banister with the Western Bulldogs losing to Adelaide and a warm beer beforehand.

How the Bulldogs went from a club of individuals to a team of Champions.

Dr Cruel puts his spin on how the Bulldogs became a Premiership club.

Round 20 – Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne: The Dogs of More

Tom Riordan never thought 2016 was going to be the year of the Dog, nor did he think the ‘Roos could go all the way. Thrilled with Saturday’s win, he’s sure that the only way is up for the ‘Dogs.

Round 8 – Melbourne v Western Bulldogs: Sunday Arvo Dees

It’s a quick trip to Melbourne for Piffy, but the fixture denies him a Friday night game at the G. He flies home to watch his Demons go down to the Dogs.

Round 2 – St. Kilda v Western Bulldogs: Dogs Reign On St. Nick’s Parade

The Saints hosted the Dogs for Nick Riewoldt his 300th game. Where does he stand when compared to other St Kilda greats?

AFL Round 20 – St Kilda v Western Bulldogs: Dogs put bite on Lenny’s parade

Braham Dabschek sums up the Saints day on St.Lenny’s afternoon at the Dome. At least the final home game showed a better St.Kilda team against a more confident and skillful Western Bulldogs. Even the Dogs celebrated Lenny in the end.

AFL Round 2 – Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne: Crush and Boom

A “wretched” game it may have been – but for Daniel “Crusher” Currie, Sunday’s match between the Roos and the Bulldogs was his coming-of-age, writes Rob Chanter

Round 15 AFL Preview

Andy Tuano ‘s tips and Preview going into Round 15.

Almanac Rugby League – NZ Warriors v Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs

  by Basil Naimet Going to NZ to play the Warriors is always…well… a worry! The boys is blue and white had nothing to worry about though. They had the match under control from the opening whistle. Good tries by Barba, Turner and Wright got the Dogs barking. Not even a resounding onslaught from the Warriors [Read more]

The Dogs are Barking

The Dogs came out barking in this highly anticipated match. Talk earlier in the week focussed on whether Frank Pritchard was going to cop a suspension for his high shot on Penrith winger David Simmons. He got a week. Most of the betting agencies – if not all, had the Dragons as favourites to win [Read more]

Almanac Rugby League – Making the Most of a Dead Rubber

I met a couple of Canberra Raiders when I was in year one at school. It was a uniform free day and I happened to be wearing my Canberra Raiders jersey. Two up and coming Raiders players were visiting to promote Rugby League at the grass roots level. The players happened to be Ricky Stuart [Read more]

Almanac Rugby League – A noble rugby league tradition

For good or ill, I am an optimist, so despite another disappointing season from Canterbury and a reliance on either a Friday night draw between South Sydney and Newcastle or a Rabbitohs win followed by a mammoth Bulldogs win, I still thought there was hope for Canterbury. Mathematical chance, I believe they call it. That [Read more]

Doggies coaching candidate

They say the new skills coach at Footscray may get the top job.