DA Puzzle of the Round (8)

DA has selected three new players from the one club to be clued. Remember, these clues rely on wordplay only, without any definition. Likewise, the level of difficulty climbs with each clue. Which club has been targeted, and who is the current trio?

DA Puzzle of the Round (7)

Here’s another trio of clues, pointing to current players from the one club. Keep in mind the clues are purely wordplay, with no definition. You’ll also find that the clues are ordered – in Brownlow style – from easy (1) to fiendish (3). Good luck.

DA Puzzle of the Round (5)

Three more current players to figure out this week, hidden in DA’s wordplay. All three play for the one club, with clues arranged from friendly to fiendish.

DA Puzzle of the Round (4)

Three more current players to figure out this week, hidden in DA’s wordplay. All three hail from the one club, with clues arranged from mild to masochistic. Who’s in this week’s lineup?

DA Puzzle of the Round (2)

David Astle has created another trio of clues, pointing to current players from the one club.

DA Puzzle of the Round (1)

He’s back! David Astle returns for the season and his opening puzzle has set a high benchmark. Can you solve it?

DA Puzzle of the Round (20)

  Discover the world of David Astle here.   But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? What player in this week’s press owns a vowel-free surname of seven letters? And sifting the lists across the league, I dug up two prominent players – both hailing from SA originally – who brag all five vowels [Read more]

DA Puzzle of the Round (19)

Discover the world of David Astle here. But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? There’s a current senior coach with a well-known nickname. Bizarrely, two current players in the coach’s former team, have surnames rhyming with that nickname. Unmask the trio.   (Burkie is quick off the mark with the answer this morning – [Read more]

DA Puzzle of the Round (18)

  Discover the world of David Astle here.   But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? How weird’s this? There’s a quick-handed player running around whose first name is a team-mate’s surname. Who is he? (While I reckon this fluke is unique, here’s a test to make sure you found the right bloke: mix [Read more]

DA Puzzle of the Round (14)

Discover the world of David Astle here. But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? Only new this year, this first-round draft pick has already impressed club selectors. (There’s now talk of a longer-term contract for the same left-footer.) But here’s the kicker: his first name is the character famously played by his surname in [Read more]

DA Puzzle of the Round (12)

Discover the world of David Astle here. But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? Two coaches in our cross hairs this week. Amazingly, one coach’s name contains a body part that may painfully observe the verb that lies inside the second coach’s name. Can you identify the anatomy and action of these two game-time [Read more]

DA Puzzle of the Round (9)

Discover the world of David Astle here. But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? As Leroy Jetta becomes the first player busted for staging, we look to other teams for prima donnas of repute. Greater Western Sydney, say, have Taylor (Amy) Adams and Callan (Rachel) Ward, while the Dees claim Troy (Judy) Davis, Jack [Read more]

DA Puzzle of the Round (6)

Discover the world of David Astle here. But first, can you solve this week’s puzzle? When you hit 32, the milestones appear, As they did for him last round. But the clock never stops, and maybe next year, Promising rookies will need to be found. This whole (13) process Is part of footy life, no [Read more]