The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 13 – St Kilda v Richmond: As footy should be

Ahead of the St Kilda and Richmond clash on the weekend, enjoy James Massola’s appreciative take on a free-flowing 2007 match between the two sides.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 12 – Richmond v Melbourne: Brown gives the yellow and black a boost

A rainy 2007 Friday night greeted James Massola as he watched the cellar-dweller Tigers and Demons face off. When Nathan Brown sparked the yellow and black to a shock win, the knives were sharpened for Melbourne coach Neale Daniher.

Round 1 – St Kilda v Gold Coast: Power to the players

Yvette Wroby’s head is spinning between the AFLW Grand Final between Carlton and Adelaide, and her St Kilda Saints first game at Marvel Stadium. Starting a movement through a casual tweet, to watching a game of men needing skill improvement, it’s been a big week.

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 22- St.Kilda v Hawthorn: Saints put in a good one but miss out in a cliff hanger against the Hawks

Although St Kilda fell short by a few points in their match against the Hawks, Braham has gained some confidence by their improved performance hoping it is a good indicator for next season.

Round 22: Footy previews from Sal, plus some race tips.

All the tips and previews from Sal for this weekend of footy and racing.

Fearless 2018- Round 21: Injuries, suspensions, playing thru pain…now is the ultimate time to manage the numbers..

Injuries are hurting all clubs at the moment states Fearless as he poses some interesting questions about the depth and ability of club playing lists to mask those injuries. Fearless also presents his insights from the last round of AFL matches.

Round 15 – Richmond v Sydney: Red-blooded humanity amidst the gloom.

For Stainless, Docklands Stadium despite its many re-brandings,has always been a cold, soulless venue as he recalls a disproportionate number of serious, freakish injuries on its hard, patchy surface sustained by Richmond players. But, Stainless was more than happy by the team’s performance against the Swans.

Almanac Teams: Brown’s Browns

A team of Browns drawn from the AFL and state leagues, preceding it. Dave trawls back a bit before living memory and across state borders to come up with his team.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 10 plus City-Country Shield

Hamish Neal brings news of NRL Round 10, naming the fourth player from Melbourne club side Altona Roosters to score in the NRL. And there is an update of the Women’s City-Country Shield representative game.

Round 2 – West Coast Eagles v St. Kilda: Windy West Wrests Victory From Wayward Saints

Although the Saints were blown away in the Windy West, Braham says the team can hold their heads high with pride.

Ben McGlynn – How he will help us and welcome to the Saints

Ben McGlynn has been appointed as an assistant coach at St Kilda; Yoshi gives us his thoughts.

AFL Trades: Panic

Unsure of how you feel after the AFL trades have completed? Set to Panic by The Smiths, Jeff Dowsing pens his thoughts.

Round 22 – Essendon v Western Bulldogs: Thank You Mr. Cooney

Well done Coons! Alex fondly farewells a well-loved champion.

Almanac Rugby League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 19, 2016

Hamish Neal with NRL Round 19; Cronulla are now up to 14 wins on the trot.

Almanac League – Five Metre Gap: NRL Round 17, 2016

It is too late for James Tedesco to make a difference to the Origin series but at least Laurie Daley has finally heeded Hamish Neal’s call

The Comeback Kids

Anthony Mundine’s possible Rugby League comeback got Brin Paulsen thinking about some other candidates.

Pretty tired but very annoyed

With uni work piling up Danni Eid turns to footy to find some sanity only to find out even footy cannot escape her mood.

Crio’s Question: Softly, softly

Some players prefer the softer option on the field. Crio says every team has them. Who are they at your club?