The Footy Almanac 2007 Week 2 Finals – West Coast v Collingwood: Unbearable phone updates all night

Other commitments didn’t stop Andrew Stafford, who managed to keep up to date with Collingwood’s 2007 extra time Semi Final against the Eagles thanks to a passionate mate.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 16 – West Coast v Sydney: A suspicious Cousins

In another famous Grand Final rematch, Rod Gillett only had the returning Ben Cousins on his mind as the Brownlow Medallist led the Eagles to a close victory over the Swans in 2007.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 14 – West Coast v Brisbane: The Lions triumph at the House of Pain

Tony Roberts predicted a miracle in 2007, as the Lions managed to beat the reigning premiers to overcome their Subiaco hoodoo.

Graeme Watson (Don’t leave it too late)

John Gordon remembers the late Graeme Watson, who was a big early influence during his teenage years in Perth.

Almanac Footy – WAFL 2019 Grand Final: One Lions’ roar too many

Is yet another win to Subiaco in the WAFL 2019 Grand Final too much of a good thing? Les Everett takes us behind the system in the West to explain how and why the Lions roared again.

Phil Matson: Prince of Coaches

FitzroyPete profiles early twentieth century legendary player/coach Phil Matson of the East Perth Royals. And what a story – an extraordinary player, peerless coach and colourful character all wrapped up in one! Read also of Pete’s plans for a commemorative series on Matson’s premiership successes. (Great reading – Ed.)

1973 Championship of Australia – Smoking, Tigers, Hidden Coaches

The best team in Australia in 1973 was decided between Richmond, Subiaco, Glenelg and Scottsdale (!) over two Adelaide October days. Swish brings us some extra colour on Adelaide Oval’s last splurge of big-time footy for a few decades.

Round 13 Preview – Love the ones you’re with

West Coast and Geelong promises to be a ripper of a game in the west while the Dogs and Dees have a tough clash that will help determine who is a real contender in 2017. Get your tipping advice for Round 13 with Sal’s predictions.

Round 11 – Fremantle v Collingwood: Pies Win in the West at Last (Floreat Pica Society)

Rory Adams watched his beloved Magpies take on Fremantle at Subiaco. The travel and injuries couldn’t stop the Pies from getting a much needed win in the West.

Round 1 (2012) – Fremantle v Geelong: The greatest of all pests

Head back to Round 1 at Subiaco in 2012. JTH and P. Flynn were in the crowd. It was a memorable opening match.

WAFL: Peel make a big move

Les Everett with the news that Peel Thunder saw off East Perth at Leederville Oval, shoring up a finals place. Get your WAFL words (and picture) here.

WAFL five still alive

Les Everett’s words (and pictures) from Perth, where four rounds remain in the WAFL home and away season. Can East Fremantle make the top five?

Round 17 – Fremantle v Geelong: Character building at Subiaco

It’s been a long year for Fremantle fans. Some would say “character building”. Patrick Smith reports.

Round 6 – West Coast v Collingwood: From a magpie at Subiaco

Rory Adams grimly headed to Subiaco for the Floreat Pica Society. “Sitting at Subiaco is like going to Victoria Park back in the day except the exact opposite for a Collingwood fan.” Things are not going to plan.

WAFL Round 7: Lions top Dogs by Les Everett

WAFL Round 7 review by Les including top of the ladder clash Subiaco v Sth Fremantle.

WAFL Round 4: Royals and Swans get a win

Round 4 of the WAFL season has tightened… everyone has a win. Les Everett reports.

WAFL – Prelim Final: Falcons into the GF, Demon wins Sandover

In WAFL news, Les Everett says that this week’s Grand Finalists are worthy contenders. The Sandover winner was remarkably consistent too.

WAFL Round 22: Swans keep it alive

Les wraps up a crucial win for Swan Districts against fellow finals aspirants Claremont in the headline game of Round 22. Subiaco firmed as flag favourites with a big win over East Fremantle, while there were AFL-listed players involved in notable incidents.

WAFL looking interesting but hard to watch on TV

The tightness of the WAFL ladder is not reflected in the TV coverage.

Close ones in the WAFL by Les Everett

As Les reports, Round 2 in the WAFL saw three of the four games decided by 13 points or less.