Big WAFL weekend and my part in a winning goal

• There was interest in the pack forming behind the goals as Peel’s Josh Treacy lined up for the second/third attempt at the winning goal. The young man with the fine head of hair actually marked it under great pressure. Photos by Les Everett

WAFL round seven

The WA Day long weekend is always a big one in the WAFL and this year there was a bonus with Nat Fyfe’s return to football significantly boosting the crowd at Leederville Oval. 

• Subiaco’s Lachlan Delahunty keeps a tight hold on Peel’s Nat Fyfe.
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Breaking the spell by Song List Rat

Erin Rae / Courtney Marie Andrews at Fremantle Arts Centre

quarantine

/ˈkwɒrəntiːn/

noun

  1. A state, period, or place of isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere or been exposed to infectious or contagious disease are placed.”many animals die in quarantine
• Courtney Marie Andrews at Fremantle Arts Centre

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Solving decades old murders in dustbowl district by Richard Jones

Dry

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

Flashback: Eaglehawk’s Team of Century by Richard Jones

eaglehawkeFifteen years back in the mid-Noughties Eaglehawk Football and Netball Club’s footy Team of the Century was announced. At an All Seasons Resort gala function in August 2005, attended by 550 people, the Two Blues’ greatest players of the preceding 125 years (1880 to 2005) were named. Footballing greats in David Parkin, the late Bobby Davis and Mike Brady of Up There Cazaly fame were the Hawks’ special guests. Continue reading