SANFL Round 4 – Norwood v Port Adelaide: Norwood Goes Bam Bam

Rulebook’s back, and he reviews Norwood’s great win in the SANFL Round 4 match against Port Adelaide,.

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.

To the Port Adelaide list management team

Dave Boon couldn’t be happier with the AFL Trade Week for his Port Adelaide. The inclusions of Steven Motlop, Jack Watts and Tom Rockcliff will bolster the Power significantly according to Dave.

Yoshi on requesting trades because of homesickness

Yoshi presents some thoughts for discussion about players from interstate clubs wanting to be traded back to their home states.

Finals Week 3 – Adelaide v Geelong: Crows Overcome Adversity

Rulebook gives his customary summary of a fine all-round performance from the Crows who demolished the Cats at the Adelaide Oval.

Finals Week 1 – Geelong v Richmond: The Tigers need a Hero

Richmond needed to step up as a team to win their first final in 16 years and that they did. One player in particular rose above (as he has done all season) to dominate the game.

Round 14 – St Kilda v Geelong: Connections and communities

Yvette Wroby happily discovers a couple of clusters that help make up the fabric quilt of Saints supporters. And shares in the general glee surrounding the massive upset of the Cats.

Round 9 – Collingwood v Geelong: It was fair dinkum unbelievable

With Geelong threatening Collingwood in later stages of the game, Jeff Dowsing reports the highlight was an American Pie galloping towards goal.

Steven Motlop, The Clash, and a bit of Sam Smith

Geelong’s season over for 2015 – David Zita points out retention is just as important as acquisition for the Cats’ bounce. Warning Crows fans: this piece contains traces of Patrick Dangerfield

Cats must take their eye off the prize

The Cats are going to have to turn to their kittens. Stephen Cooke thinks he’s seen this somewhere before.

AFL Round 20 – Geelong v Port Adelaide: The meanderings of an accidental cat

The apex ambush predator of Australian football is very much poised to pounce, again.