Should The AFLW Be Afraid Of North Melbourne In 2019?

Alex Docherty gives a comprehensive wrap up of the AFLW player movements after the trade period and ponders if the Kangas have recruited their way into being Flag favourites.

The Definitive and in No Way Completely Biased Toward the Bulldogs and In Particular Emma Kearney AFLW 2.0 Season Wrap Up

Greetings, sports fans! Like a comet shooting across a night sky, the AFLW 2018 season has come and gone. So, here it is, the ultimate season conversation piece – in the handy form of a series of made up awards presented by Jackie Lynch!

Almanac AFLW: Glimpsing oblivion – taking life in their hands

Cheers to all the women who look over the edge, and then step back and turn to encourage the rest of us to go a little more bravely into our day, or to face our demons, or to enjoy riding a bump or a wave, or to walk for days across a dangerous but beautiful landscape.  Never mind the cuts and bruises.

AFLW Round 6 – Carlton v Melbourne: Daisy meets Olive

Young Olive turned 5 a few days ago, and she will be starting Auskick soon. Last Saturday she watched her first ever game of football when the Demons were too good for the Blues. And Olive met Daisy Pearce!

AFLW Round 5 – Melbourne v Brisbane: The Cranbourne Identity

Jamie Simmons with all of the important questions such as how do you best replicate Cranbourne in your lounge room and exactly how will we tell which way the wi d is blowing when Nat Exon loses the mullet?

VFLW Preliminary Final – Darebin v St Kilda: Nic Callinan – The hand that touched the football

Jackie Lynch with a superb report on the thrilling VFLW Preliminary Final between Darebin and St Kilda, literally a fingertip deciding the game.

I Barrack for the Dees

Why is Hawker Rick Kane now following the Dees? He’s got some very good reasons, none of which involve velcro. Daisy Pearce is just one of them.