Raiders (Season) Review Part II: The Bumps In The Road

BY DAN This is part 2 of a 3-part series on the Canberra Raiders 2016 season. For the (sunnier) Part 1 start here. Seriously. Read it first. Historians often insist that there is one word that can never be use when telling the story of events. Inevitable. When viewing affairs from the sunny-side of an event, we tend to … More Raiders (Season) Review Part II: The Bumps In The Road

Marcus Bontempelli And Comparisons Of Greatness

BY BOZZA This weekend afl.com.au posed the question ‘Is the Bont the best 20-year-old we’ve seen?’ As at Monday lunchtime the accompanying survey saw two out of every five of the 25,100 respondents agree that he was. The interesting thing with afl.com.au, having better success than Donald Trump’s campaign team, was the fact that they … More Marcus Bontempelli And Comparisons Of Greatness

Trade Week’s Hill Family Reunion And Other Notable Sibling Team-mates

BY BOZZA The AFL’s annual horse trading period is in full swing with players and draft picks changing hands between the competition’s 18 clubs. One of the most anticipated swaps has been completed, with Three-Time Premiership Hawk Bradley Hill joining Fremantle in exchange for Pick 23. A nice piece of business for both clubs with … More Trade Week’s Hill Family Reunion And Other Notable Sibling Team-mates

Flashback Friday – Hugh Jackman and Melbourne Storm’s 1999 Premiership

BY BOZZA This week Hugh Jackman celebrated his 48th Birthday. To celebrate his birthday this #flashbackfriday we take a look at the events that followed what we suggest is inarguably Jackman’s career highlight – singing the National Anthem at the 1999 NRL Grand Final.. With the players from both teams and a world record Rugby … More Flashback Friday – Hugh Jackman and Melbourne Storm’s 1999 Premiership

The A-League is Back

BY BOZZA The A-League is back again and what a kick off we had for the start of season twelve of the national football league. The aggregate crowd record for a single round fell by the wayside as crowds flocked to watch the opening round of matches. They were rewarded with some red cards, injury … More The A-League is Back

Flashback Friday: VFL/AFL’s Highest Scoring Grand Final

BY BOZZA This #flashbackfriday we rewind to the highest scoring VFL/AFL Grand Final in history played on this day, 44 years ago in 1972. Like the 1990 decider, Carlton and Richmond met for the Premiership in October due to an earlier Final being drawn and requiring a replay. October 7, 1972 dawned a dull and … More Flashback Friday: VFL/AFL’s Highest Scoring Grand Final