Round 16 – Sal’s Preview: Like Tiger moths to the flame

Sal Ciardulli previews Round 16 of the footy and Feehan Stakes day at the races and can’t resist a comment on the genius footballers on the Gold Coast.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – North Melbourne v Melbourne: Worth the cheap ticket and bike ride

Soaking in the lovely 2007 weather, Rob Clarkson found himself inside an empty Telstra Dome, watching his Kangaroos put on a finals-worthy performance.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – Richmond v Port Adelaide: Six times tables don’t cover 24 goals

When the struggling Tigers met the Grand Final bound Power in 2007, it wasn’t pretty. But Vin Maskell reflects on how it provided some kids a chance to develop their mathematical skills.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – St Kilda v Hawthorn: A bad night for Hawthorn and Australia

Choosing to stay away from the old Telstra Dome, Kevan Carroll took his time to find a bar not packed out by Australian fans of other sports. When he did eventually settle down, he was to leave disappointed by Hawthorn’s poor effort in their 2007 clash with the Saints.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – Adelaide v Fremantle: Free-flowing football derails the Crows

John Kingsmill left AAMI Park surprised by a high-scoring encounter in 2007. With straight kicking and attacking footy dominating the day, Fremantle found their spark.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – Brisbane v Carlton: Brown fills his boots on a picturesque Brisbane day

Travelling up for an old university catch-up, John Harms soaked in the Brisbane sun and a wonderful Jonathan Brown performance, as the Lions won an easy 2007 clash.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – West Coast v Sydney: A suspicious Cousins

In another famous Grand Final rematch, Rod Gillett only had the returning Ben Cousins on his mind as the Brownlow Medallist led the Eagles to a close victory over the Swans in 2007.

Spoon the WAFL interest

Bracing for next week, Les takes us through the results from Round 16 of the WAFL – interest lies in the wooden spoon race…

Joel Selwood, an experienced winner

On the weekend, Joel played his 150th game for Geelong, and recorded his 124th victory for the side as well. Over his journey, he’s only experienced 26 defeats, and leads the competition for the highest win/loss ratio of current players (those who have played 150 games or more).

Round 16 Winners and Losers

After a two week absence Winners and Losers has returned bigger and better than ever*. Round 16 saw  Richmond take Richmondness to unfathomable levels as Karmichael Hunt snatched pole position in the “did that really just happen?” awards from Chris ‘arms aren’t meant to go that way’ Judd. *This is in no way a guarantee. [Read more]