2019 AFL Grand Final – GWS Giants’ coming of age with the old and the new

Brandon Erceg traces the development of the GWS Giants since 2012, explaining how they achieved their place in tomorrow’s Grand Final and why they deserve to be there.

Bye Round: Our future is looking extremely bright!

Jan Courtin continues her lifelong affair with the Swans as her recent report to the Sydney Swans site indicates.

Round 12 – Sydney v West Coast Eagles: Winning the best teacher!

Keiran Croker continues to love the way his developing Swans are playing at the moment as they account for the Eagles at the SCG in their Round 12 encounter.

Round 10 – Sydney v Collingwood: “How good are Collingwood?” Floreat Pica Society report

“How good are Collingwood?” asks John Ramsdale in his Floreat Pica Society Round 10 report of the match against Sydney.

Round 8 – Sydney v Essendon: What the hell am I doing?

The heart, the teeth, feeling absolutely terrible, and don’t forget the Bloods, are all just part of a day for Jan Courtin as she explains.

Round 8 – Sydney v Essendon: Who ya gonna call?

Tom Bally is relieved the Swans were able to hang on and win in the Round match against the Bombers at the SCG on Friday night.

Round 2 – Sydney v Adelaide: One is a ballet, the other sea foam!

The contemporary footy landscape, recent cultural and politcal events, concern Mathilde de Hauteclocque as she grapples with the consequences of them. And, her beloved Swans going down to the Crows hasn’t helped either. Perhaps the Cotes du Rhone on Saturday night put Mathilde in a better frame of mind!

Round 23 – Sydney v Hawthorn: A loss, but our 20th finals series in 23 years awaits!

One thing Jan Courtin knows for sure, despite this loss, and with a couple of their stars back, they’ll be fighting in true Bloods spirit to do whatever is needed, at home or away, to carry the Swans onto victory.

A Message to All Swans Supporters Out There: Stay Positive

Daniel Saunders urges fellow Swans to keep the faith in a message filled with strategy, intensity, and unbridled passion.

Sydney v Geelong: I’m down in the dumps. Strewth! Imagine if they’d kicked straight!

Jan hates losing. At anything. Tennis, “snap” at midnight on the beach but when her team loses, then it feels personal.

The Red and the White – Swans mid year review

Keiran figured the Swans chances of doing well in 2018 had dipped after some early season injuries to key players. And, you can’t put off your travel plans to the USA on the basis of your team maybe making the Grand Final … or can you Keiran asks as he reviews the half way mark for the Swans?

Round 7 – Sydney v North Melbourne: Opposition songs should never be heard at the SCG

The winning opposition’s team song lingers like a bad smell for Jan, infiltrating her bones, and getting the hippocampus all excited once more. Not a beneficial thought, one to get rid of claims Jan as she ponders the Swans defeat.

Round 6: Competition is close with some unpredictable results so far. Sal’s predictions for this weekend. 

Sal laments his team is in the doldrums but for the most part the competition it is pretty close with some unpredictable results.  Some concern though about the lack of scoring and how easy it is to be defensive.  Let’s see what this week brings as Sal presents his predictions.

Round 4 – Western Bulldogs v Sydney: That was a tough one (what a relief!)

Diana Dors, Marianne Faithful and Bette Davis! What have they got to do with the Sydney Swans? Almanacker Jan explains all.

All your Round 4 Footy tips, racing tips, and some thoughts about the Tribunal

All the footy and racing tips you need, and more from Sal to help you select your winners this weekend.

Round 3 – Sydney v GWS: Us winning is just as good as them losing!

According to Jan, Sydney played as a team, everyone contributed, and for the full four quarters. The Giants, those privileged young men who, despite being brilliant footballers, can still learn a thing or two from their eastern suburbs rivals – the Mighty Bloods! And long may it grow and last! Jan is excited by the Swans win.

Round 3: Preview – Let’s just get to the footy.

Wondering who to tip in the footy, or which horse to back? Sal presents his selections for your consideration.

Finals Week 2 – Geelong v Sydney: In Our Favour

Aidan Hammond provides his take on the Geelong – Sydney semi-final.

Round 13 – Richmond v Sydney: The Half-time Break Requires Alcohol

Joe De Petro donned the custard catcher to watch Richmond v Sydney from the Balcony.

Round 12 – Sydney v Western Bulldogs: A Renaissance of the Swans

Les Currie was blown away by how impressive the Swans looked against his Dogs in Round 12. They may or may not make the finals but they can cause a lot of headaches for their rivals along the way.