AFL Round 8 – Monday Night Footy: What happens?

Ol Mate Gil will refer to Monday night football as being a stunning success, (“the crowd exceeded our expectations” will most likely be the line) despite the fact that channel 7 – who just love the footy , apparently – went with ...

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AFL Round 6: The visiting Jacksons take in as much footy (two …

And there was so much footy to watch! We started with the traditional Pies-Bombers game on ANZAC Day at the MCG, immediately followed by an NRL game at the next door AAMI Park between the Storm and the Warriors ...

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AFL Round 5 – Melbourne v Gold Coast: Sunday Footy at the G …

Steve Alomes. There is something about Sunday footy at the 'G'. A walk through the autumn leaves of the gardens with white and other palettes added by clusters of bridal parties taking the pics.

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Marathoning the Rotterdam – The Footy Almanac

“I came here six weeks ago and caught up with the people of Rotterdam and saw the track. I promised them that I would win, so, it is good to win. It is good to win and to get a good time.” Eliud Kipchoge in an interview with ...

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Crio’s Q(uandary): Is the footy fish rotting – head down or tail up?

Here's my glass half empty take on the jubilation surrounding expansion clubs excelling in Round One. It has been designed to happen that way and, ultimately, it is another step towards not the growth of footy , but its collision ...

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How to Watch Footy (part 18): Umbrella organisation

By Vin Maskell. Port Melbourne v Williamstown, Round 14, North Port Oval, Saturday 20 July. Sheets of rain are falling down/Falling on my head/Sheets of rain upon the ground…(The Blackeyed Susans, 1993)

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To walk or not to walk – The Footy Almanac

Stuart Broad is a cheat. No argument can deny that fact.

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AFL Round 16 – Carlton v St.Kilda: Small wonders – The Footy …

My combination of footy family is in flux.

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AFL Round 16 – Western Bulldogs v Essendon: Another honourable …

Week after week we – Bulldogs supporters – wrestle with the question, “Is it a good idea to go to the footy today?” Somehow, I always manage to convince myself it is. The recurring fear of not knowing which Doggies side will  ...

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First Test – Day 2: Agar the Awesome – The Footy Almanac

At the moment, footy is secondary in my mind, due to an event taking place in the land of Poms, THE ASHES. The event is so important to me that I write the words with caps lock on. Seriously, that means respect

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