The North Fitzroy Post Office and the 5.95 Degrees of Separation

It really is a small world. The Fitzroy North Post Office has provided John Milton with quite a few links since meeting John Harms there.

Neil Craig: Elite Performer (Part 1)

Neil Craig’s career has been so prolific Rulebook is covering it in two parts, all starting with the Yorke Peninsula, Carmel Court and the Norwood Football Club.

1968 SANFL Grand Final – Sturt v Port Adelaide: Triple Threats

Swish has a rummage through the 1968 Grand Final Budget, which included team photos from all ten clubs, a bonus Barrie and lots of late 60s advertising.

SANFL 1966 Grand Final – Sturt v Port Adelaide: First of Five

Norwood’s Ron Kneebone featured on the cover of the 1966 SANFL Grand Final Budget. The second successive Oatey-Williams Grand Final proved to be the beginning of a Double Blue era of dominance.

Bruce Winter: Mr Significance

Time to sit down for a cuppa and enjoy Rulebook’s review of the career of Sturt, Norwood and Woodville West Torrens stalwart, Bruce Winter

1971 – The Greatest Game I Never Saw: Sturt v Centrals 1st Semi Final

Swish harks back to his beloved Centrals’ first ever final in 1971, which he missed due to a visit to relatives in not so greater western Sydney.

SANFL Round 14 – Sturt v Norwood: Redlegs go bang in record last quarter blitz

Coming home with the breeze, the Redlegs seemed a chance of chasing down a 24 point deficit. What followed was the biggest last quarter in the club’s history

SANFL Round 4 – Sturt v Port Adelaide: Powell-Pepper crashes the grand final replay

Peter Sweeney witnesses the controversy first hand as Sam Powell-Pepper takes to the field in the traditional Anzac Day SANFL Grand Final rematch

Tim Weatherald: Footballer, mentor, Bali survivor

Often a footballer’s story involves more than one club and much more than football. Rulebook pays tribute to Tim Weatherald

SANFL Grand Final – Port Adelaide v Sturt: see ya at the Arkaba

Dave Brown’s family has history at Port v Sturt Grand Finals. There’s nothing like a happy ending

SANFL Grand Final – Port Adelaide v Sturt

Peter Sweeney was over the moon with the Sturt upset win over the favourites Port Adelaide in the SANFL Grand Final.

SANFL Grand Final: Underdone Woodville-West Torrens v match-hardened Sturt

BD wins a prelim final bet on underdog Sturt so travels with his young son Benno from Sydney to the Adelaide Oval where the Double Blues fight like blazes to hold hot favourites Woodville-West Torrens at bay. Excellent story of the day – with an unmistakably South Australian flavour.

Round 5 – Hawthorn v Adelaide: and football and football

Dave Brown cements his place by getting in the first stobie pole reference of 2016 – one more stirring Friday night in Adelaide.

Chappelli at Sturt

Ian Chappell recently launched a new book ‘We Are Sturt’ for the Double Blues, for whom his grandfather played. Mike Sexton reports on the occasion.