Almanac (Local) Cricket: Pomborneit Cricket Club 2020/21 Season – January, February & March Review

Luke Reynolds presents a comprehensive newsletter wrap of the Pomborneit Bulls 2020/21 season, with their first XI taking home the ultimate prize for a third consecutive season amidst a wonderful year of growth for the club.

The Forgotten Premierships

George Smith takes a stroll down memory lane, inviting us to recall the forgotten premierships.

The Statistical Premiership Window: How teams are placed after Round 15

What does a premiership window really look like? Get the picture with djlitsa. Warning: contains graphic mathematical images.

Five Tiger flags before my 20th birthday

It’s been more than 30 years since the charmed period of Richmond as a powerhouse came to a close. Tom Pagonis says the Tigers are ready to roar again.

Missing out on a flag

Sasha Lennon wants to profile former players who have missed out on playing in a premiership side and he needs your help.

Book review: Classic Cats – Geelong’s Premiership Years 1951-1952

Geelong local Denis Hart reviews Classic Cats, Michael Rogers and Bruce Kennedy’s book on Geelong’s premiership years of 1951-52.

The last Sunday in August

You see it every September in the Herald-Sun. Photographs of victorious premiership sides in suburban and country leagues across the state. Jubilant players leaning into a huddle. Laughing out loud and yelling “Yeah, you beauty!”