Round 19 – St. Kilda v Melbourne: Saints prevail against the Demons in see-sawing Saturday night struggle

Victory brings a sweet taste to the mouth explains Braham Dabscheck as he reviews the Saints win over the Dees in their Round 19 clash.

Round 15 – St Kilda v Richmond: Losing MRV Match Saints should have won

Yoshi is not happy with his beloved Saints, feeling that they threw the game away against the Tigers through negative play in the second quarter when attack was the go. His frustrations were compounded by rain washing out training for the Osaka Dingoes.

Round 4 – St. Kilda v Hawthorn: Saints’ One Percenters add up to a Perfect Score

The 2018 year from hell has become a distant memory for Braham Dabscheck, as his Saints got over a strong challenger in the Hawks to salute for a third time in four games.

Round 23 – St. Kilda v North Melbourne: The Saints’ season from hell finally comes to an end against high jumping Kangaroos

For Braham Dabscheck, the Saints’ season from hell has finally come to an end.

Round 21 – Essendon v St. Kilda: Three Great Moments Despite Saints Being Demolished By Bombers

Braham bemoans the fact St Kilda’s game against Essendon was a somewhat imperfect replica of last week’s match against the Dogs, and at one and the same time a somewhat worse performance by his team.

Round 20 – St Kilda v Western Bulldogs: It’s a long season when you suck

‘It’s a long season when you suck’ writes Yvette Wroby. Saints fans (and team it seems) are now longing for an end of season lie down with a nice cuppa. The Southern Saints were the highlight of the weekend.

Rooey, Rooey … let’s celebrate and have a good time!

Jennifer Muirden went to the Trevor Barker Awards where, fomr this account, it’s clear she had a great time. Here’s the story. [Includes highly charged emotion, penned songs, Roo and Joey love, and more. – Ed]

Round 20 – St Kilda v West Coast: Saints jumping Jacks soar over the Eagles

Braham gives us the low down on St Kilda’s win over West Coast, and particularly the performances of the Jacks!

Round 18 – Sydney v St Kilda: Sinful Saints slide sideways (or maybe downwards) against Swans in Sin City

Braham Dabscheck could only watch on in pain as St Kilda barely managed to get the ball into their forward 50; while Sydney surge to the finals.

Round 13 – North Melbourne v St Kilda: Despite Leaving Their Kicking Boots At Home, Saints Hippity Hop Over The Kangaroos

St Kilda returned to form by punishing a subpar North Melbourne on Friday night. Braham Dabscheck hopes this revives the Saints and pushes them forward in their quest for a spot in the finals.

Fearless 2017 Round 12 – Queensland Footy… Maybe the signs of life are truly there!

The two Queensland teams had big wins on the weekend. Could this be the beginning of the rise of the Lions and the Suns?

Round 8 – St Kilda v Carlton: Saints Jump Over Blue Hurdle Under Roofless Dome

With a high degree of tension and anxiety from start to finish for all concerned, the Saints played the Blues under the roofless dome.

Round 7 – St. Kilda v Greater Western Sydney: One Small Step For Footy, One GIANT Leap For Saintkind

For Saints’ fans their win over the Giants was like landing on the moon: One small step for footy, one GIANT leap for Saintkind. Saints’ fans have only ever been over the moon once, way back in 1966 and Braham has a feeling another landing is not too far away!

Round 2 – West Coast Eagles v St. Kilda: Windy West Wrests Victory From Wayward Saints

Although the Saints were blown away in the Windy West, Braham says the team can hold their heads high with pride.

Round 20 – Carlton v St Kilda: Sainters Reunite and Rebounce

Saints fans are pretty thin on the ground in Osaka. That was until Yvette caught up with Yoshi to watch their team towel up the Blues

Round 16 – Essendon v St Kilda: Bitter win and strategy required

Yoshi is frustrated by the Japanese rainy season and the lack of energy in his St Kilda Saints in their narrow win over Essendon.

Round 9 – St Kilda v Essendon: Happy anniversary

Our St Kilda fan from Indiana, Glenn Brownstein, got to support his Saints at Etihad Stadium on Sunday. But that’s not the only reason it was a notable day.