Equinox to solstice and the Time of Coronavirus

E.regnans walks on through the Time of Coronavirus with U2 in his ears. He ponders a thousand thoughts.

FEARLESS 2020 Round 3 (incomplete): Positive test for Covid 19 postpones a game…

FEARLESS weighs into the Eddie Betts saga with a few telling comments, then casts his eye over Round 3 results.

2019 AFL Grand Final – Sal’s Preview: Can Jack Bring Down The Giants?

Sal’s got the field covered: a Grand Final preview, questions for the other 16 clubs to contemplate in the off-season, and a few tips for this weekend’s races. Plenty to digest here.

Round 20 – Adelaide v St Kilda: Saints wasting opportunities again

As Yoshi’s Saints go down in Adelaide, he wonders from Japan about the idea that “relaxing will bring success in our life…”

A Footy Newcomer’s Story Volume 2: The Richmond Rollercoaster Ride

Some Tiger fans just can’t forget the ride that was the 2017 premiership year. Here, footy latecomer Ben the Artist relives the trip that got to the station sooner than originally expected.

FEARLESS 2019 – Round 19: The overdue return of the squirrel grip…

FEARLESS calls out pointless jargon, such as the use of ‘metres gained’ statistics and the over-hyped obsession with ‘players as athletes’. How would a ball-getter like ‘Diesel’ Williams fare in the modern draft?

Round 19 – Carlton v Adelaide: Glenelg v Crows v Carlton v Crows

Mickey Randall has his eye on two games at once as his Bays play at home and his Crows play away.

FEARLESS 2019, Round 13 – Behavioural Awareness Officers: what a load of BS…

FEARLESS gives his take on the BAO controversy and apportions blame as he sees fit – in his own unique way! There’s also his take on last weekend’s Round.

Round 12 – Adelaide v GWS: Orange for a night

Bomber supporter Caspar McLeod needed the Giants to knock the Crows down a peg on Saturday night to boost his Dons’ September chances. To his chagrin, help was not to be forthcoming.

Round 4 – North Melbourne v Adelaide: Nightmare redeemed!

Past nightmares haunted Andrew Starkie and his mate, about whether the Roos could overcome the Crows in their Round 4 match. In the end, they had little to worry about!

The Pooncarie Letter: Mr Wrap Returns

Mr Wrap returns off the long run to support the traditions of the great game and flay the jellyfish from Jellymont House.

Round 21 – GWS v Adelaide: Junior and the Meat Tray

In this increasingly fractious world of dilemma and doubt, is there anything better for the soul than winning a meat tray asks Mickey Randall. And, what about a team of Juniors?

Daniel Giansiracusa: Devoted Dog

In today’s fickle world of AFL, it’s refreshing to know that Daniel Giansiracusa is a Bulldog through and through and is invested in the game of Australian Rules and the only club he has ever called home.

SANFL Round 13 – Norwood v Adelaide: Redlegs Defeat Crows But Unite Together Fighting MND

Malcolm ‘Rulebook’ Ashwood was on hand for a very special day at the Parade, the ‘Count Me In’ fundraiser for Motor Neurone Disease as the Redlegs played host to the Crows. Includes several fantastic photos from the day.

The 2018 Eddie Betts Cup

[JTH here] I love Earl’s stuff. Ahead of his time. I find myself in agreement with references to:
Dean Rioli
The Lions of 2001-2003
Gilbert McAdam
Wayne Schwass
Other stuff including a great line about Eddie Betts
And if there’s a get together at Henson Park please let me know.

Round 7- Adelaide v Carlton: Come, Come Mr Bond

A critique of TV, radio and Bond movies all in one match report from Mickey Randall. Gold!

Round 5 – Sydney v Adelaide: Beware!

Keiran Croker had good reason to be wary before the game as the Crows bounced back with intent against his Swans!

Round 3 – St Kilda v Adelaide: Crows too good for Matt’s Birthday

Yoshi has a great time at his mate’s 40th birthday, but received no joy from the performance by his beloved Saints against the Crows.

Round 3 – St Kilda v Adelaide: The Noel’s Caravans/Jock Cheese Cup

Caravans, TISM and housing development; this match report from Mickey Randall has got it all!

Round 2 – Adelaide v Richmond: Welcome Home Bryce Gibbs

Michael Sexton remembers Bryce Gibbs as a 17-year-old from Glenelg with a drop punt that made you purr, and a Zen calmness that defied his age, and has watched him with pride in becoming the champion footballer he is today.