FEARLESS 2020 Round 10: The AFL’s Rodeo Road Trip equivalent is well underway

Fearless is back to dissect the Round 10 action and provide his entertaining view on the festival of footy.

The Footy Almanac 2007 Round 17 – Fremantle v Geelong: Who’s to blame for the purple fade?

Once again Geelong smacked their opposition in 2007 – Les Everett was left worrying what went wrong for the humbled Dockers.

Almanac Flashback: Fishing for a non-fisherman

WARNING: This story filled with beautiful images of sunsets, good red and fishing off the coast of WA will likely exacerbate any Monday morning back-to-work gloom you are feeling. Col reprises a story from a few years ago.

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 15 – Fremantle v North Melbourne: Brother Connolly dishes out punishment

Following Fremantle’s close loss to the Kangaroos in 2007, Les Everett brought the Dockers back to school to face an angry Chris Connolly.

Almanac (Footy) History: Polly’s Folly

Graham “Polly” Farmer was many things; a revolutionary innovator of handball skills, brilliant ruck and legend of the game…he also once made a claim that with hindsight can only be described as a howler. Warwick Nolan on when WA met Tasmania in 1970.

WA beats Vic Country in Under 18 championships

THE WA under 18s team atoned for their defeat by Queensland with a strong victory over Victoria Country at Subiaco Oval on Sunday. In a game highlighted by excellent kicking from both teams WA controlled the first and last quarter while Vic Country were in charge for the middle bit. The visitors took a three-point [Read more]

Road Warrior

By Sasha Lennon My profession takes me to lots of places.  Last week it took me to Western Australia’s Gascoyne region. The Gascoyne is a big place, twice the size of Tasmania but with only a fraction the population.  And like everywhere else in WA, the Gascoyne is big on footy.