A look at 2017…
FREMANTLE didn’t need this season. With a move to a bigger stadium in 2018 it would have been nice to showcase an attractive young team that makes going to the footy exciting. Instead they got the second lowest scoring team in the AFL, a team that didn’t make it to 10 goals in nine games and scored over 100 points just twice. It was also a team that conceded at least the first three goals of the game nine times. Continue reading
Bendigo FL wrap
KANGAROO Flat finished the 2017 season on a high note holding on to defeat South Bendigo by 10 points at Harry Trott Oval on Saturday. Continue reading
WAFL round 22
Andrew Stephen has played his last game for East Fremantle. Photos by Les Everett.
IT was two for the price of one in the WAFL on Saturday. The competition had a much-needed upset and that result set up a four way contest for the last two finals spots. Continue reading
Bendigo Football League…
KYNETON and Golden Square played out the second draw of the 2017 BFL season locked on 71 points apiece at the final siren. Continue reading
A look at War for the Planet of the Apes (M)
IT seems many decades ago that Charlton Heston appeared in the first Planet of the Apes movie, set on another planet and not on Earth. Continue reading
Keeping an eye out…
Story first published in The Big Issue
From the street (first haul).
My cousin Don Milner reckons it’s bred into us old Goldfielders. We walk with our heads down, instinctively looking for a glint of gold. Continue reading
BFL round 16 wrap
STRATHFIELDSAYE’S gun small forward Lachlan Sharp booted his fourth goal of the day and his 100th for 2017 at the 18-minute mark of Saturday’s second term. Continue reading
WAFL round 21
Tim Kelly swerves out of trouble at Claremont Oval. Photos by Les Everett.
There was a strong breeze at Claremont Oval and the visitors used it best to pretty much put an end to Claremont’s finals hopes for 2017. Cory Dell’olio kicked four goals for the Bulldogs, Jarrod Garlett had his best game at league level, Dylan Main was solid in the midfield along with Ryan Cook and Tim Kelly while Blaine Wilson was a constant threat in the forward line. Matt Guelfi worked hard for the Tigers and Ian Richardson kicked three goals Continue reading
A look at Churchill (M) Continue reading