The Western Bulldogs won the 2016 Premiership seemingly against the odds, that was from the outside however, inside the four walls of that football club, they definitely believed the AFL’s ultimate was very achievable. “Why not us?” was the catchcry used by the Bulldogs that year, and that same sentiment should be held by every […]Read More So you’re saying there’s a chance?
Melbourne’s season is alive but on life support With 30 seconds left on the clock in their game against the Gold Coast Suns, the Demons trailed by six points and were on the verge of their sixth loss of the season. A goal by Marty Hore shortly after followed to level the scores, before Tom […]Read More Three takeaways from round eight
HAWTHORN coach Alastair Clarkson says his team will continue to grow in confidence following their six-point victory over rivals Sydney last Friday night at the MCG. The Hawks led for the majority of the night before being challenged in the second half, eventually wrestling back the lead for a tight victory. It was another exciting […]Read More Clarkson lauds Hawks, Swans culture
Tonight night sees the Hawks and Bulldogs clash in a do or die semi-final at the MCG. The second week of the finals is upon us, with the Western Bulldogs, Geelong, Greater Western Sydney and Adelaide all successful in their pursuit to advance further into September last weekend. The Cats and the Giants have earnt […]Read More Hawthorn vs Western Bulldogs | Semi-final Preview
Eight teams, eight chances, it doesn’t get closer than that. Its round 17 of the AFL season and incredibly the top eight may already be decided roughly two months out from the first week of the AFL finals. It seems that every team inside the eight has at least a case to be a labelled […]Read More Contender or pretender? How realistic are the top eight’s flag hopes?