My word, what an enthralling last few weeks it has been. Richmond are AFL premiers once again, and like it or loathe it, it feels appropriate, they are a magnificent team and are a very worthy winner, I’ll divulge on this a little later on. We’ve seen the Los Angeles Lakers take home an NBA […]Read More A novice’s impression on the world of sport
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?
A world without sport, don’t be ridiculous. I would have scoffed at you had you proposed it to me a few months ago. Heck, I may have even called you an idiot, or even just simply laughed it off. So wrapped up in our day to day lives.. we lose track of how vulnerable we […]Read More Sport’s big hiatus so unfamiliar to us all
Last week the AFL announced that they will be holding a ‘State of Origin’ match between Victoria and the All Stars, which will raise funds for disaster relief following the devastating bushfires that have engulfed the country. It’s an appropriate incentive at a great time of need, and will be a spectacle that will see […]Read More Should State of Origin be here to stay?
When a powerhouse club embedded with a proud history is at the top of their competition, they truly are a dominant force. That is the case with the Richmond Football Club, and we are firmly witnessing an era that will be talked about for years to come. Two premierships in three seasons is not quite […]Read More This is Richmond’s era
Dale Thomas deserved another contract at Carlton 2019 is building a stellar class of retirees, but Dale Thomas is probably unlucky to be featuring amongst them given he still has something to offer at AFL level. Thomas, 32, has been one of Carlton’s most consistent contributors this season after a solid season last year, and […]Read More Three takeaways from round twenty-two
The Crows must keep playing Darcy Fogarty He’s only played two games this season, and on Sunday Darcy Fogarty showed why he has to be a regular member of the Adelaide Crows side going forward. In a year that has seen Josh Jenkins fall out of favour, Tom Lynch battle injury and at times Taylor […]Read More Three takeaways from round twenty-one
Sam Walsh has to win the NAB rising star The conversation for who should be crowned the rising star this year has been ongoing, but the reality is Sam Walsh should be a runaway winner. Connor Rozee (Port Adelaide) and Sydney Stack (Richmond) have had fantastic debut seasons for their clubs, and they are undoubtedly […]Read More Three takeaways from round twenty
Round 23 between the Crows and Bulldogs is shaping as a regular season final Adelaide are sliding, and the Western Bulldogs look like the biggest threat to take their spot in the top eight if they don’t find some form quickly. The Crows currently sit eighth on the ladder whilst the Bulldogs are one place […]Read More Three takeaways from round nineteen
Jarryd Lyons was one of the great steals It would have been said hundreds of times amongst many different footballing circles throughout the duration of this season, but it is going to be said again, what on earth were the Gold Coast Suns thinking when they delisted Jarryd Lyons? Lyons averaged 25 disposals for the […]Read More Three takeaways from round eighteen