Round 15 – Brisbane v Geelong: Cats could learn from the Black Caps

Citrus Bob Utber thought he was heading for a heart attack watching Geelong’s woeful performance in their Round 15 match against Brisbane.

Round 7 – Brisbane v Port Adelaide: Lions get on the motorbike to overrun soft Power

Nick Kossatch had a big day of footy that started with his 16-year-old’s first senior game in Rocky and concluded with a trip to watch his Power down the road in Brisbane – the results didn’t fall his way, but that’s footy sometimes!

Sal’s Preview – The Empires Strike Back: and the Caulfield Cup tops Everest

It’s a big weekend of horse racing and Sal is right on the ball with all his thoughts and tips to help punters pick a winner or two.

AFL Trade Period 2019 – Joe Daniher: To go or stay?

The AFL Trade Period has commenced and Col’s disappointed one of Essendon’s favourite players wants a trade.

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 7 – Geelong v Essendon: Cats and cup cakes

Dips O’Donnell is a man of impeccable manners so when he is caught at a birthday party with the footy on the TV in the next room he finds himself locked in battle with his own conscience.

Round 6 – Essendon v Collingwood: Joy in the Ponsford Stand

Joy in the Ponsford Stand after a gripping game of high-pressure footy. Luke Reynolds and clan were there.

Round 5 – North Melbourne v Essendon: A Very Good Friday.

Like many Bomber fans, Caspar McLeod likes what he sees and today’s game against the Roos was no exception, their excellent win makes it three in a row for Essendon.

Round 2 – Essendon v St Kilda: Bombers bomb out

Col can’t …”get no,…no satisfaction” as his Bombers bomb out, and the Stones stop rolling.

Almanac Football – JLT 2019: Geelong v Essendon

Pussy cats have a lot to purr about as Geelong proved too slick and polished for Col’s Bombers in their Round 2 JLT match at Kardinia Park on Thursday night.

The 2018 Perky Girl Cup

The Voice f Perky Girl has some observations of recent footer – and Mother’s Day.

Bombers, Blues and the wood!

Certain teams have the “wood” over the Bombers and the Blues are no exception. Col is hoping this won’t be the case this week when his Bombers take on nemesis Carlton.

A hard rain’s gonna fall!

Bomber bombs, Bombers overshoot runway, it can all get a little too much for Col but he will still be there cheering for his team against the Hawks.

Round 6: Competition is close with some unpredictable results so far. Sal’s predictions for this weekend. 

Sal laments his team is in the doldrums but for the most part the competition it is pretty close with some unpredictable results.  Some concern though about the lack of scoring and how easy it is to be defensive.  Let’s see what this week brings as Sal presents his predictions.

Round 5 – Collingwood v Essendon: A Day To Be Thankful

Luke Reynolds is thankful on ANZAC Day. Thankful for the servicemen and women, for freedom, for being able to share in 7-year-old Josh’s first ANZAC Day game experience and thankful for a Collingwood win.

Thoughts and tips for the Anzac Round of footy and racing

The plight of the Blues has Sal’s mind wandering broadly across the sporting landscape this Anzac round of footy and racing.

Round 5: Nine games over five days

Footy over five days! Col picks his winners.

Round 4 – Essendon v Port Adelaide: Power supply cut off by Bombers!

Bombers flick the switch and turn off the Power!

Round 4 Preview – Essendon v Port Adelaide: Do the Bombers have the Power to switch on?

Can the Bombers switch on against the Power on Sunday? Col certainly hopes so!

Top 50 AFL players 2017

This should start a few conversations. Lucas J’s Top 50 for 2017, with comparisons to his list from 2016. Plenty of fresh thinking in here.