The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 13 – Collingwood v Hawthorn: Dirty Didak and mercurial Mitchell

Two resurging Victorian teams met in the last game of Round 13, 2007. Matt O’Connor reports on a nailbiting finish full of young and international talent.

Rough leaves with a legacy as grand as any

Jarryd Roughead’s forthcoming retirement has led Tom Harrington to pen his thoughts about the career of the champion footballer.

Almanac Teams: Rangas

Dan has come up a team of redheads, but can they play footy? Have your say!

Finals Week 2- Fearless 2018: Playing for keeps. They are all….

Fearless reviews week 2 of the AFL Finals.

Finals Week 1 – Qualifying Final: Richmond v Hawthorn: Dustin Martin, revisited

Dusty and the Tigers roar, plucking the Hawk’s feathers in an ominous premiership defining performance.

Round 23 – Sydney v Hawthorn: A loss, but our 20th finals series in 23 years awaits!

One thing Jan Courtin knows for sure, despite this loss, and with a couple of their stars back, they’ll be fighting in true Bloods spirit to do whatever is needed, at home or away, to carry the Swans onto victory.

Round 23- Sal’s preview: And now the end is near….

The curtain is about to fall on the last round of the Home and Away season as Sal presents his thoughts for the upcoming games.

Almanac Teams: A team of great No. 2s

This is becoming quite a tradition at the Almanac. Phil Dimitriadis, spiritual leader of the Teamsters’ Union, has picked another side: a team of those who wore jumper No. 2.

Round 20 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Onwards and upwards

A final quarter shoot out provided entertainment as Richmond proved too strong for the Hawks. The Tigers charge towards the finals continues.

Round 20 – Richmond v Hawthorn: Old Testament Guy has put away his lightning bolts for the weekend

Joe De Petro has been praying for Richmond to continue their fine form into the finals. A top four spot is theirs currently and a big test in Geelong is lined up next week.

Round 19 – Hawthorn v Sydney: I only have two words to say about Hawthorn…

Craig Dodson went to the extreme of a media following Sydney’s loss to arch rivals Hawthorn.

What do you do in Melbourne when Richmond has a bye?

Richmond had the bye this weekend so Joe De Petro attended two games of football: the friendly between the world’s top two countries Brazil and Argentina, and a footy clash between fallen champions (Hawthorn) and a team on the rise (Gold Coast).

Round 11 Preview – The Fight for Fair

Sal previews Round 11 that kicks off tonight with a clash between Port Adelaide and Hawthorn. Looks like it will be an exciting round of football.

Round 10 – Sydney v Hawthorn: Refuge, time, space, kinship, dialogue.

Mathilde de Hauteclocque with a thought-provoking meditation on unbinaries, and imaginings that are on the edge of imagining yet are somehow expressed in footy.

Round 1 – Essendon v Hawthorn: New Beginnings

After four years of turmoil and uncertainty, Tim and Essendon fans finally had something to really cheer about. Here’s how it started. [After last night’s win you’ll be even happier Tim – Ed]

Hawkology III: In the night garden, with Kolchak the night stalker whistling in the wind.

A Hawthorn romp through the 2016 finals and the post-season player exodus which finishes with the hope of 2017 and the return of Roughie. [An entertaining romp which includes rare Hawks acknowledgement of an opposing side. – Ed]

Fearless 2016 Round 9 – We’re all with the man they call Roughy. Cancer seems still so random…

Starting with a tribute to Roughy, Round 9 ends with a Fearless review of proceedings.

Round 9 – Hawthorn v Sydney: Yes Bloods – what a win! And a trip down memory lane.

Jan Courtin returned to Melbourne to watch her Swans against Richmond and Hawthorn, a journey that included a win and a loss and a trip down memory lane.

Round 9 – Hawthorn v Sydney: Passing the audit

Craig Dodson returns, once more, to the MCG to watch his Swans pass the toughest test in football

Round 9 – Hawthorn v Sydney: Life takes precedence over footy

Alex Darling perfectly surmises this week’s sincere responses to issues previously undiscussed: “the AFL community has grown up.”