For ten years a small group of former non-footballers have met on Sunday mornings for The Sherrin At The Fearon kick-to-kick sessions in Williamstown, opposite the beach. It’s blokes mostly, and most on the wrong side of 50, re-living teenage glory days. (Even if those glory days were no more than kick-to-kick itself.)
Peel away the goal post padding…
Peel away the goal post padding
Roll up the white flags
The white coats too
Let the footballs go flat
69 KPI down to zero
Jawbone Marine Sanctuary, Williamstown, Victoria. Photo by Vin Maskell.
AT the end of the innings I slip off my black flippers and emerge from the water, waist-deep in the shallows of the sanctuary. Continue reading
Winter arrived in style at the Warringa Crescent ground for the round seven FIDA western derby between home team Wyndham and ladder leader Williamstown.
The icy cross-ground wind and the frequent rain didn’t stop Williamstown from a bright three-goal start. The hosts got back into the game with a two-goal second quarter but were then shut right down in the second-half. Continue reading
I wish I still had my brother’s football jumper. Three wide panels: red, yellow black. A red collar. Long sleeves. An old-fashioned woolly and scratchy football jumper. Number 37. Continue reading
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Changes gears, changes lanes, changes everything
This little app pushes the child on the swing while you’re tweeting
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