Close to 9,000 spectators turned out for the WAFL WA Day derbies on Monday to round off a very big weekend for Australian football in WA.
A look at First Cow (PG)
These days everything we need can be bought at specialist downtown shops and supermarkets. We also can have food and beverages delivered after ordering on-line so it takes time to remember how different things were back in the 19th century. In those far distant times a simple beverage such as milk wasn’t available in bush or outback locations. Continue reading
The double-header versus Monash was an eagerly awaited fixture and the first time both teams had played together on The Fearon this year. We looked forward to two great games of FIDA football and we were rewarded with the same.
Though never a player
Too slow, too skinny, too scared
There are three footy jumpers
A look at Six Minutes To Midnight (M)
Until we saw this movie I had no idea that an English finishing school for the daughters of high-ranking German Nazi officials existed in southern England in the late 1930s. Well, it did, in the coastal town of Bexhill-on-Sea in east Sussex.
WAFL round seven
In a round full of interest and some surprise the performances of the WAFL’s two AFL-linked teams were remarkably contrasting. West Coast, featuring just six AFL-listed players, were absolutely thrashed by East Fremantle. Peel, with five AFL-listed players, kicked eight straight goals in the first quarter and led all day to beat Perth. Continue reading
Sunday 2 May – FIDA round three
Div 3/4: Mazenod v Williamstown
It was a beautiful day for FIDA football and we saw a terrific Div 3 /4 match at Central Reserve, Glen Waverley.
WAFL round two