VAFA Premier C – Fitzroy v Peninsula Old Boys: “Bush” Cassidy and the “Tiger Raglan” Kid

Fitzroy took a while to get going, but ultimately were far too good for Peninsula – King George III was on hand to document the game and picked his moment in the Reds Foundation political lunch with Barrie Cassidy and Ged Kearney.

VAFA Premier C – Fitzroy v Peninsula: A Walk In the Park

William Westerman, wife and three-month old son were down from Canberra to see the Roys play Peninsula at the Brunswick Street Oval. It was a beaut winter’s day – and the Roys made full use of the conditions.

VAFA Premier B – Fitzroy v Peninsula: Back at Brunswick Street

Rod Oaten wandered over to Brunswick Street Oval – one of his favourite places in the world – to see the Royboys take on Peninsula in what turned out to be an entertaining encounter.

VAFA Premier B: Fitzroy v Peninsula Old Boys

Phil is pleased with what he saw from the Roys as they defeated their long-time rivals, the Peninsula Old Boys.

Long may She reign

V.A.F.A: DIVISION ONE REPORT. RD 7 Although I am a staunch republican, there is one weekend each year when I make sure I raise my glass and toast Her Majesty, praising her generosity in granting her subjects a Monday morning sleep-in in mid-June. (I am told that this year is even more special, as there is [Read more]

Pirates keep plundering on

Amateurs: Round 5 It is all beginning to fall into place very nicely for Peninsula Old Boys. The Pirates, unbeaten through the first five rounds, are demonstrating a ruthless streak that was missing for much of last season. (Four of their victories have been by 75 points or greater). Instructively, it is not just down [Read more]