It was a week off from the WAFL and instead the live game for the week was at the Gabba – the meeting of the bottom two Brisbane and Carlton. I’d seen the Lions smash Freo a week earlier and Freo smash the Blues before the bye so this one looked predictable enough. Continue reading
It’s funny how things turn out. Earlier this year I discovered the scoreboard at Nukarni which is, as you know, between Nungarin and Merredin in the Eastern Wheatbelt. A little research led me to John Crook, Nukarni’s finest player, who a had brief but triumphant impact on footy in the city. Crook played 42 games in two seasons with South Fremantle, was a premiership player in 1950 and represented WA five times. Then he went back to the farm. Continue reading
A look at Bendigo footy’s 11th round
WAFL round 13…
Claremont continues to rise. Subiaco just continues.