FEARLESS 2020 Round 9: After 700+ days, the time comes around for some Majak magic….

FEARLESS 2020 reviews all the Round 9 matches.

Round 23 – St Kilda v North Melbourne: Sad to end the season but hope for 2019 – not only for Saints but also for Caulfield Bears

Yoshi reviews the Saints loss against the Roos, and recalls some of his wonderful experiences this season.

Round 17- North Melbourne vs Sydney Swans: The Interstate Trip

After only ever seeing his beloved Swans play in Sydney, Daniel Saunders ventures South to see his team play North at the Docklands. Aliir Aliir, YEAH YEEEEEAAAAH!!!!

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 18 Preview – Keeping it all in the family

Footy is getting tense as teams battle out for a finals spot. It doesn’t get any better than tonight’s blockbuster (possible Grand Final preview) clash between Adelaide and Geelong.

Round 20 – Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne: The Game That Divides Two Friends MK II: Enter The Bont

Alex gets his revenge as his Dogs defeat friend Ellen’s Roos.

Round 18 – Collingwood v North Melbourne: What have we learnt?

Rob recounts the Kangaroos Round 18 game and we learn that if Murphy was an optimist, North fans are too.

Round 18 Review: Transparency in the trade market? Bradley Hill goes home perhaps.

In Fearless’s analysis of Round 18, both Cousin Itt and Idina Menzel make appearances.

Round 18 – North Melbourne v Collingwood: Meh-ness under the roof

Was there much point to this game for the general footy fan? Friday night and who cares. Young Paddy Grindlay reports. [That ‘meh’ word is gaining currency – never saw it when the Almanac first started. – Ed]

Round 14 – Adelaide v North Melbourne: What Rulebook learnt last night

Rulebook has a few points to make on the Crows game last night – 17 of them actually. Here’s his analysis, excellent as always.

Round 13 – North Melbourne v Hawthorn: You open your mouth one week

Old Dog watches Friday night footy and has some observations about physicality, umpiring, electric energy and bar crowds.

Round 13 Preview – It’s a Pie Sore

Sal Ciardulli picks the Pies apart at the bakery before picking you some winners from the first bye round for 2016

Round 8 – Essendon v North Melbourne: Winners, not grinners

Part of me wonders why Bombers supporters bother turning up this year, given expectations for their side are so low. Or why nearly 60,000 of them have paid for memberships, funding the institution that let them and their playing list down so badly. Another part of me gets it. We’re a tribal town and few [Read more]

North Can Make the GF This Year*

North Man Andrew Starkie has high hopes for the Kangaroos in 2016. Can they make the big dance? Do Brad Scott’s boys have the killer instinct required? All these questions, and more, answered by Starkie the Shinboner.

North Melbourne’s Best Side in 2016: Discuss

Some Smokie musings on North Melbourne’s best 22 for season 2016. Are veterans Harvey and Wells included? Plus the meaning of the acronym N-O-M-W revealed.

Round 23 – Richmond v North Melbourne: Not All Farces are Created Equal

Rob Chanter steps up to the plate with the case FOR North resting nine of their best 22 for round 23.

Round 23 – Richmond v North Melbourne: Finally, we beat North! (Junior Almanac)

For this Richmond supporter, the defeat of North Melbourne marked a significant milestone. Laurie enjoys a night out at the Docklands (and made it into your loungerooms – if you caught the game on telly!) as his Tigers wrapped up their 2015 Home and Away season.

Sunday Evening Coming Down: It’s a funny old game

“Aussie” Tony Robb offers a non-discriminatory all-inclusive spray at Mick, the Magpies, dodgy NRL results, the Pepsodent pissoir and selective nationalism. Good to have him back.

AFL Round 8 – West Coast v North Melbourne: Majak and the AFL Hype Machine

At the press conference two days out from this game, Nic Naitanui was asked six questions about Majak Daw. Six questions. You would think the Bombers copped less of a grilling from ASADA.

AFL Round 8 – West Coast v North Melbourne: 27 seconds

This game was billed as the Nic Nat and Majak Show, but it was the big West Coast Eagle that stole the spotlight.