Round 7 – Carlton v Port Adelaide: We were so close

Another twist in an already twisted season saw Tony Reed hit the road from the Sunny Coast down to Brisbane to watch his Blues front up to the top side Port. With never much more than a kick in it, the emotional tension accompanying the closing moments was palpable for both sets of fans.

SANFL – West Adelaide FC: Great players and the mid-season draft effects

West Adelaide FC Life Member and Past President Lee Harradine reminisces upon some of the great players who have played for the Bloods and gone on to play AFL football. He also comments upon the effects of the mid-season draft for his club.

FEARLESS 2019 – Round 16: Saints in 15th and still only 2 games and % out of the 8!!

Fearless gives us his take on Round 16. Just what do Elon Musk and Port Power have in common? Are the Lions finals material? Read on.

Round 14 – Port Adelaide v Geelong: Stab kicks with Citrus Bob Utber

Citrus Bob Utber “stab kicks” from Adelaide as he reports on the Round 14 match between Port Adelaide and Geelong. [Congrats great-grandpa! – Ed]

Round 3 – Brisbane v Port Adelaide: The 4400

Distractions here, distractions there, supporters coming out of the woodwork, Igor02 muses upon them all in his excitement watching the Brisbane Lions win their third straight match for the season.

The Brownlow?

Who’ll win the Brownlow? I don’t know, but The Rhymer emphatically, gives it a go!

Round 23 – Port Adelaide v Essendon: Port’s season ends with a whimper. How the weight of success can sometimes harm not help a club.

Port Adelaide’s fall from grace in season 2018 reached a new low last night in Adelaide as Essendon, a side who also won’t be competing for flag glory this year, gave Port a lesson in hard work and team football according to Chris Michaels.

Round 19 – Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide: The Other Big Freeze

Braving the freezing Ballarat temperatures, Nick/Claire Fredriksson journeyed watch the Bulldogs-Power game. Here’s her match report.

Round 18: Sal’s thoughts and choices from monsoonal Hanoi.

From monsoonal Hanoi, Sal presents his thoughts and choices for this round of footy.

Who can challenge Richmond this year?

As the ladder begins to take shape, the form of certain teams highlights the limited amount of outfits capable of taking out the 2018 flag. With Richmond appearing as ominous as ever after a barnstorming run to the top of the ladder, the main question to arise is which teams are actually able to match them and perhaps clinch a premiership off them come Grand Final day. Sean considers the options.

Free Agents, Commentators, and Kids

This week on the AFL website, commentator Damien Barrett promoted the potential benefits of free agents openly admitting they are planning to leave clubs the best part of 12 months before they actually do so. Edward ponders the potential outcomes such moves may present.

Round 9: Sal’s thoughts and predictions for this week

Commonsense is not that common when considering the recent plague of umpire touching says Sal as he ponders the consequences of these acts. Sal also provides food for thought with his considerations about the forthcoming round of footy.

Round 21 – Port Adelaide v Collingwood: Solid effort, falling short (for the Floreat Pica Society)

Port Adelaide got over the line against the Pies, but Collingwood stayed in the contest. This weekend sees a beauty against Geelong.

Fearless 2017 Round 19 – The one and only Vinny Catoggio Multicultural Round

Another round resulted in some cracking close games and upsets. Fearless has all of the Round 19 covered.

Round 19 – Port Adelaide v St Kilda: Losing my gray matter – This was worse than a thumping

What looked a brilliant win was turned to dust my 60 seconds of remarkable Port Adelaide footy. Braham Dabscheck is still recovering.

Round 15 – Port Adelaide v Richmond: A trio of triumphs

John Green packed in three games of football watching on Saturday. Three wins for his teams made it a special day.

Fearless 2017 Round 14: Heath Shaw – now that’s a press conference

Fearless is back with his thoughts on the Round 14 action including Hawthorn’s rise against the Crows and the Bulldogs’ one point win over North Melbourne.

Round 14 – Collingwood v Port Adelaide: A Messerschmitt up your arse or free bird seed

Mickey Randall kept himself while watching the footy with mates; discussing more pressing issues such as Looney Tunes and cricket. Port Adelaide got up comfortably in the end.

Round 14 – Collingwood v Port Adelaide: Reality check (by Andrea McNamara for the Floreat Pica Society)

Collingwood had a gentle reminder of where they stand amongst the teams vying for finals footy writes Andrea McNamara.

Round 6 – Richmond v Port Adelaide: We’re halfway there

Bon Jovi, you made Cathryn McDonald’s day! No longer “Living on a Prayer” as the Power fulfilled Cathryn’s unexpected hopes and prayers with a stirring win over the Tigers.