Monthly Archives: July 2011
By The Winger There have been many changes and developments since ANZAC Day. There’s been the Carbon Tax and Julia Gillard’s popularity continuing to plummet, the birth of Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom’s baby, and volcanic ash clouds disrupting flights … Continue reading
By The Football Tragic
I’m quoting the great Vince Lombardi in the headline here, a genius of football in the United States and extremely quotable. This stemmed from my sister in law who indicated that it didn’t matter that Essendon … Continue reading
By The Iron Sock
Two factors were influential in Melbourne’s suburban settlement patterns in the mid-19th century: one was topography, the other was wealth. Melbourne’s commerce and industry developed around Queen’s Wharf and its immediate surrounds, which meant all economic … Continue reading
By Nick Maxwell
Tomorrow morning, I am heading to Brooklyn to meet the team from Make A Wish Foundation, Portland. Actually, I should explain first….
About 4 years ago I met Gail Jaensch, head of MAW Portland. At first it … Continue reading
By The Holy Boot
Before I start, I wish to make it known that this article is in no way meant to disrespect the St.Kilda football club, but merely attempts to outline the reasons why they are not … Continue reading
By The Sheriff
Hi. I’m The Sheriff. You may remember me from such self-help books as “Transform your man-den into a mai-den magnet”, “The 30 day Mullet Challenge” and “Smart Invest-ahhhhhhhh – The Moneymaking Masseuse”.
Today I’m here to tell … Continue reading
By The Stats Man
St Kilda 127 defeated Adelaide 24
Key stat: Adelaide had just 35 inside-50s and kicked a goal 8.6 per cent of the time once inside 50.
Comment: The Crows’ kicking inside 50 was woeful, while the … Continue reading
By Megan Hustwaite
Can make it, can shape it.
That sums up Box Hill and the VFL top eight.
The Hawks kept their finals hopes alive on Saturday with a 57-point upset win over the Northern Bullants at Box Hill … Continue reading
by The Iron Sock
Today we live in a truly historic era, by which I mean we live in a period in which history and nostalgia have become commodities that enjoy unprecedented cultural currency. Books and documentaries covering anything … Continue reading
By The Forward Scout
B: Andrew McKay, Stephen Silvagni, Simon Beaumont
HB: Heath Scotland, Bret Thornton, Bryce Gibbs
C: Nick Stevens, Anthony Koutoufides, Craig Bradley
HF: Matthew Lappin, Lance Whitnall, Jarrad Waite
F: Eddie Betts, Brendan Fevola, Andrew Walker
R: … Continue reading