The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: Another Richo tragedy

Paul Daffey ventured to the MCG for the third instalment of Dreamtime at the ‘G. In a dramatic finish, a fatal kick at goal by Richmond’s beloved full-forward decided the 2007 encounter.

Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: A dream for Tigers

Dreamtime at the G stirs mixed emotions for Rod Oaten at the best of times. And for Bomber fans, this night was definitely not the best of times.

Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: Dreams, legends, full circles and quick hands

Stainless ponders Kevin Sheedy’s legacy at both clubs during Dreamtime at the G.

Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: When Tribes Collide

On a cool winter’s night touched with tradition both old and very old, Joe De Petro saw Richmond continue their Dreamtime dominance over the Bombers

Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: Dreamtime at the ’G

Gill and Richmond enjoyed their Saturday night family rivalry round: “twinkling of lights from phone torches,” the “gibbous moon,” and even “young lads trying their hardest to impress…”

Round 10 – Richmond v Essendon: From Cork to the G

Tim Kemm’s girlfriend from Cork, Ireland, had her footy introduction at the Dreamtime Game. He showed her what all the fuss is about.

Nicky Winmar Statue Pozible Campaign

Nicky Winmar created history by standing up racism on the footy field. Alex Wadelton wants to help make his iconic stance stand forever with a more than life size replica of Winmar in bronze. Get behind this amazing cause.

Round 10 Fearless Review – Indigenous Round: a celebration of the past, the present and the future.

Fearless recaps all the action from the AFL Indigenous Round over the weekend.

Round 10 – Richmond v Essendon: Celebrate Dreamtime at the “G”

Essendon fell short despite inaccuracy by the Tigers in the Dreamtime at the ‘G.

Mob Mentality

Josh Pinn states his case against the booing of the 2014 Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes.

Indigenous Round 2015

Ted Wearn-Jarvis discusses Indigenous round this year and what important moments came from the round.

Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: Using light and sound to illuminate the people.

Chris Daley went to the MCG on Saturday night and was impressed with the pre-match entertainment and a Tigers victory.

Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: Bombers go down in tight contest at the G

Bombers go down in a tight contest at the G and as Bombers supporter Nick Weidmann writes they like previous weeks are unable to make the most of their opportunities.

Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: The return of Derek Peardon

As Tigers supporter John Green explains Richmond have a tight win at Dreamtime at the G, as Richmond’s first Indigenous player Derek Pearson returns to the mainland after 40 years to celebrate this great occasion.

Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: Dreamtime at the G

Bombers supporter Rod discusses a couple of issues with his Bombers as they go down to the Tigers at Dreamtime at the G.

Round 9 – Richmond v Essendon: Dreamtime Nightmare

Dustin Fletcher doesn’t quite get his dream 400th as Caspar McLeod reports in on the third most important occasion of the footy calendar

AFL Indigenous Round Celebrated Far And Wide

Ahead of tonight’s Dreamtime at the G, Wesley Hull provides an insight into the importance of the AFL Indigenous round for us all and not just in the big smoke.

AFL Round 11 – Essendon v Richmond: Dreamtime at the G

The Bombers cruise to one of their easier Dreamtime victories as the Tigers stare down the barrel of being … gulp … worse than Melbourne circa 2013? Rod Oaten reports.

Angus embraces Dreamtime

My Footy Weekend   Dreamtime at the G For me Dreamtime at the G was really about Richmond at the G. Mum was disappointed at the start because we didn’t see the Dreamtime extravaganza. We did see the last 30 seconds or so which was the musicians packing up and the big parachute brolgas strutting [Read more]

Dempsey shows shades of Norm McDonald in Bombers win

Dreamtime at the “G” has always been one of my favourite games of the year, so I was in a state of turmoil to realise that a few weeks ago the good wife and I had promised to have an overnighter with the grand kids on that particular night.  Pretending it didn’t matter that much [Read more]