Grand Final 2016: What we have learned about visible and invisible teams

Lachlan Tighe is an elite lawn bowls coach and analyst who says we can learn a lot about sporting organisations from the Western Bulldogs.

57 Mt Pleasant Street (part 1)

E.regnans has found a couple of sporting commentators to express our rage at the destruction of our “once great game” (pick one).

Football’s helicopter parent syndrome

Despite numerous studies which report the negative consequences of helicopter parenting, the AFL is cosseting its clubs more than ever. Lop-sided fixturing, extra salary cap space, priority picks – is the AFL a professional competition or a form of welfare for clubs?