Round 1 – Adelaide v Geelong: An afternoon of fine theatre (A Year in the Barossa)

John Harms went to the Adelaide Oval to see Geelong open its 2021 account, but the script went a different way.

Round 1 – Adelaide v Geelong: Tex in Crows Dream Team form!

Citrus Bob Utber travelled to Adelaide to watch the Crows and Cats play in cricket like conditions. Unfortunately for Bob, Adelaide defied the odds and put on a stellar performance over the disappointing Geelong.

Round 20 – Adelaide v St Kilda: Saints wasting opportunities again

As Yoshi’s Saints go down in Adelaide, he wonders from Japan about the idea that “relaxing will bring success in our life…”

Almanac Time Capsule: Round 16, 2015 – Port Adelaide v Adelaide – An emotional showdown

It was a day of high emotion in Adelaide back in 2015, as one of the fiercest rivalries in Australian sport celebrated the memory of Phil Walsh. Malcolm ‘Rulebook’ Ashwood reported on a game where football was a secondary consideration.

Round 4 – North Melbourne v Adelaide: Nightmare redeemed!

Past nightmares haunted Andrew Starkie and his mate, about whether the Roos could overcome the Crows in their Round 4 match. In the end, they had little to worry about!

Round 22: Footy previews from Sal, plus some race tips.

All the tips and previews from Sal for this weekend of footy and racing.

Fearless 2018- Round 21: Injuries, suspensions, playing thru pain…now is the ultimate time to manage the numbers..

Injuries are hurting all clubs at the moment states Fearless as he poses some interesting questions about the depth and ability of club playing lists to mask those injuries. Fearless also presents his insights from the last round of AFL matches.

Round 18: Sal’s thoughts and choices from monsoonal Hanoi.

From monsoonal Hanoi, Sal presents his thoughts and choices for this round of footy.

FEARLESS 2018 RD 5: Statement Round – statements abound over 6-day round

Fearless sums up Round 5.

Rounds 1 and 2 – Fearless: I’m back!

Fearless is back! Read his wrap up of Rounds 1 and 2 right here!

The Wrap Report – Finals’ Edition IV: Ninth no more

The Wrap is on top of the world. HE TIPPED THIS (as he tells us – Ed). Magnificent account of Grand Final day penned before he slinks back up the bush. [Super piece – JTH]

The 2017 Donald ‘Mopsy’ Fraser Cup

Earl O’Neill describes his Grand Final with a marvellous piece of stream of consciousness which absolutely nails it.

Finals Week 3 – Adelaide v Geelong: River Dancing in the Riverbank Stand

The world can be a shadowy, sometimes unknowable place says Mickey Randall, but right now Adelaide’s golden after the Crows smash the Cats.

Round 17 – Melbourne v Adelaide: Crows night out in Darwin

Malcolm Ashwood reports on the Crows win in the Top End, happy with how they’re tracking on-field, but finishing with a sledge for the SANFL Crows.

Round 16 – Adelaide v Western Bulldogs: Are the Crows back?

Classic Rulebook analysis of a dominant Crows performance against the reigning premier with an appraisal of numerous Crows players. While the Crows were good, he really starts to get to the heart of the matter when he looks at the Dogs. They were terrible.

Round 7 – North Melbourne v Adelaide: Four quarters, four pubs, four points (pints)

A really stupid and futile gesture leads to Mickey pondering the alternatives to an uncaring footy universe. As an ill-wind keeps blowing at Blundstone Arena he contemplates watching a tumble dryer instead.

Round 6 – Adelaide v Richmond: Crows Sunday Twilight Delight

A delightful twilight game at the Adelaide Oval for Malcolm Ashwood and his red hot Adelaide Crows.

Round 5 – Gold Coast v Adelaide: Nostradamus ‘book

Malcolm Ashwood is thrilled with another strong performance from his Crows, despite an injury to gun defender Daniel Talia.

Round 4 – Adelaide v Essendon: Betts & Walker the New Beethoven & Mozart

Tex Walker and Sir Edward Betts combine in perfect symphony to crush Essendon. As always, Malcolm Rulebook Ashwood is on hand with a comprehensive match report.

Round 3 – Port Adelaide v Adelaide: Crows Go Top Of The Tree

A happy Malcolm Ashwood is on top of the world today as his Crows top the AFL ladder after defeating arch rivals Port Adelaide in the South Aussie Showdown.