A Forgotten Isle – The State of Football in a ‘Football State’

Jack Banister spoke to some key players in Tasmanian footy on the current situation and the future for the code.

The State of the ‘Union’

Liahm O’Brien has taken some time to reflect on shape of football on Tasmania’s North-West Coast, following the decision of the Burnie Football Club to withdraw from the Tasmanian State League.

Why Tasmania’s never had an AFL Team – and why that won’t change anytime soon

Alex Darling provides a solid argument why a Tassie based AFL Team is unviable

AFL Round 1: The View From Shepparton

Peter Schumacher gives a Wrap (again) for Round 1 and a rap to the AFL. Covers all this weeks footy news, and a few hit-outs to boot. Give us your notes on what you have seen at the end of the longest first round ever.

A modern-day (Tasmanian) parable

Easter Sunday dawned in Tassy and the natives awoke to three main news stories.   Firstly the Easter Bunny had arrived and I’d consumed the ears out of three chocolate rabbits before arising.   Secondly we met with a word unfamiliar to us in the southern outpost, Ominium. The nearest I’d heard of it was [Read more]