Round 18 – Carlton v Port Adelaide: And that’s what Bob Turner would have said

In the finest tradition of sports writing from the outer, Andrew Fraser presents his thoughts on Carlton’s impressive performance against Port, weaving in a reminder of one of life’s characters. [Beaut little piece – Ed]

Round 20 – Collingwood v Port Adelaide: F-Word marks the spot

Port took the game right up to Collingwood at the MCG but came up with another near miss.

Round 17 – Port Adelaide v GWS: Port turns Giants to minnows

Port Adelaide gave GWS a hiding at home writes Nick Kossatsch.

Round 13 – Richmond v Port Adelaide: We fight you in San Jose

Port had to travel to Melbourne (San Jose?) for their clash with ladder-rivals Richmond. They didn’t take a ruckman, and a few things didn’t go their way, and the Tiges did enough to get a key four points. John Green was there.

Round 10 – Geelong v Port Adelaide: Port wilt to Pussy Pressure

Port Adelaide could have made more of their early dominance in a match where the Cats came storming home writes Nick Kossatch.

Round 8 – Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs: Mojo back?

In what was billed in South Australia as a preliminary final rematch, Port put in a far better performance to knock off the Doggies. Nick Kossatch reports.

Round 4 – Port Adelaide v Melbourne: Wall-paper cracks become Grand Canyon chasms

Port coach Ken HInkley may still be optimistic but he’s not convincing Nick Kossatch.

Round 2 – Port Adelaide v Hawthorn: They Said It – Or Did The Data Say It?

Statistics do not always tell the full story, as Anne Cahill Lambert explains in describing the Hawks (surprise?) win over Port

Round 2 – Port Adelaide v Hawthorn: Hinkley under pressure

Nick Kossatch is worried about Port Adelaide after their insipid performance against Hawthorn at home.

Round 1 – Brisbane v Port Adelaide: Fort on world record pace (briefly) as the Lions fly home.

After a quarter of footy, Shane Reid was considering whether Peter Hudson had something to worry about. [Great Maths from the English teacher – Ed] But Mr Darcy Fort fell off the early pace. The Lions, trailing for much of the game, lifted and got home.

Finals Week 3 – Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs: Out-coached, outplayed, out of the finals.

Port supporter Nick Kossatch is bitterly disappointed with the performance of his team and pays his respect to the Western Bulldogs coaches (who got plenty right) and players (who dealt with all that was thrown at them before and during the game).

Round 16 – Hawthorn v Port Adelaide: Shaun Burgoyne’s 400th

It was a huge night for Shaun Burgoyne and his legion of fans – whether Port or Hawks people. Nick Kossatch reports.

Round 13 – Port Adelaide v Geelong: Big Cats finish

When your local club includes some Power and some Cats supporters bragging rights are up for grabs. The Cats supporters have claimed them in this instance writes Port man Nick Kossatch.

Finals Week 3 – Port Adelaide v Richmond: The better angels of our nature

I didn’t realise mild-mannered John Green had this in him. He reports on the Port-Richmond match which seems to have added bonuses.

Finals Week 3 – Port Adelaide v Richmond: Another option

Paddy Grindlay depicts snippets which construct a picture of a high-pressure game which was crazy-random at times and predictable at others. [Some tremendous observations in this – Ed]]

1971 SANFL Mobil Cards – Part 5: Port Adelaide

If your subject is the SANFL, then you will inevitably find yourself discussing Port Adelaide. Swish Schwerdt’s 1971 Mobil footy card series stops off at Alberton Oval.

Round 5 – Brisbane v Port Adelaide (a sort of preview): And so it goes

Shane Reid considers local footy in Gippsland, carries out a holiday ritual, and prepares for the top-of-the-ladder clash between his Lions and Port Adelaide. [Excellent pic of Won Wron footy ground – JTH]

Round 2 – Port Adelaide v Adelaide: SA Leading the Way

Daryl Schramm was one of 2000 people in the crowd at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday night. He saw a powerful performance from Port Adelaide.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 6 – Melbourne v Port Adelaide: The trouble with umpires

“As if the Dees didn’t have enough problems with dodgy draft picks, why did the umpires have to give them a hard time, too?” Mark Freeman may well have asked. Why indeed?

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 1 – Fremantle v Port Adelaide

From the Footy Almanac 2007, WA correspondent Les Everett, reported on the match between Fremantle and Port Adelaide. A 10 goal third quarter by the Power set up their victory.