WAFL round two
WAFL round two
It was round five of the AFLW season. The Dockers were unbeaten in 2021 after an unbeaten season in 2020 for which they were credited with nothing. Continue reading
A look at The Dry (MA)
Even though he’s now in his early 50s Eric Bana remains one of Australia’s leading male actors. In this gripping murder-mystery he’s a Federal cop returning to his little hometown district where it hasn’t rained for 324 days.
Aaron Falk (Bana) is back home after 20 years away to pay his respects at an old mate’s funeral. In the town’s accepted folklore Luke (Martin Dingle Wall) committed suicide after murdering his wife and small son. Continue reading
Ace full-forward Steven Oliver passed the magic 1,000-goal mark in the Bendigo footy league’s round 17, in 2005, when he banged home 13 against Golden Square. Continue reading
We managed to squeeze in five movies ranging from excellent to reasonably good at the cinemas early in 2020 before they were forced to shut as COVID-19 struck.
Dave Warner is a Western Australian living treasure. He is a successful writer with his latest two – yes, two! – books (crime novel, Over My Dead Body and the Marlion Kickett bio, Belief) released in the last few months! Continue reading
Normally around this time of the year I can let you know what I’ve let the AFL recruiters know about the riches in the WAFL – Kelly, Broad, Ryan, Baker, Pickett, Menegola, that kind of thing – 2020 was a bit different, maybe you noticed.
Country footy writer Paul Daffey showed magnanimity in the face of dashed hopes and grace in the face of disappointment when his book The Totem Poles of Ouyen United, Travels in Country Footy missed out on winning the 2020 History Publication Award that is part of the Victorian Community History Awards. The awards were announced late October. Continue reading
Every scoreboard tells a story
A Song. A Place. A Time.
With the first dog chosen in the AFL Canine Draft
escape to the Vasse idyll