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The SAFL and the Great War

Trevor Gyss looks back at the 1915 SAFL season, the last before the comp was discontinued for the duration, and the South Australian footballers who went onto enlist.

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Hooroo hoodoo

Mic Rees takes us back to 1972 and down Geelong Road to see if Footscray could break a 27-year Kardinia Park hoodoo.

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Footy Research

Carnival clincher in Perth

The title of interstate carnival champions was on the line when Western Australia took on South Australia in Perth in August 1921. John Devaney takes up the story.

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Cliffhanger at Bassendean

The battle for top spot in late 1993 between Swan Districts and South Fremantle was every bit the cliffhanger it promised to be. John Devaney tells the story.

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Treasure Trove

Geelong's six year cycle

In another club profile, Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian looks back at the history of Geelong and some of the great names that have played for the club. 

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South Melbourne's successess

Reg 'Old Boy' Wilmott writing for the Australasian reports on the history of South Melbourne, which by 1940 was struggling to recapture the form of the previous decade. 

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Obituaries

The death of Tick Phillips

The News reports on the death of Harry 'Tick' Phillips, champion ruckman and Port Adelaide's outstanding player during the colonial era.

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GIGA BITE

Fitzroy and Collingwood drew 14.9.93 apiece at Brunswick St on this day in 1935. Brunswick St Oval has seen 13 VFL/AFL draws, more than any other ground except the MCG (28) and Princes Park (16). - Andrew Gigacz

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VFL 1971 and 1972

Sandy Roberts looks back at the 1971 and 1972 Victorian Football League seasons.

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AFL 2015 Season

For a complete summary of the 2015 AFL season, including the fixture, results and ladder, click here.

2015 AFL Ladder

# Club P Pts %
1 Fremantle 5 20 151.10
2 Collingwood 5 16 147.53
3 Western Bulldogs 5 16 104.75
4 Hawthorn 5 12 149.86
5 West Coast 5 12 145.92
6 Sydney 5 12 118.26
7 Adelaide 5 12 111.40
8 GWS 5 12 102.87
9 Essendon 5 12 98.16
10 Port Adelaide 5 12 96.70
11 Richmond 5 8 111.83
12 North Melbourne 5 8 90.62
13 Melbourne 5 8 81.78
14 Geelong 5 8 78.42
15 Gold Coast 5 4 86.92
16 St Kilda 5 4 80.83
17 Carlton 5 4 71.96
18 Brisbane 5 0 51.01

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Micro Noises

Micro Noises 85: Tiger trouble ahead

There's a stack of omens piling up against Richmond this week. Gigs tells the tale of the terrible Tiger tape.

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Micro Noises 84: Cats incredible!

Geelong has occupied three different ladder positions in three weeks. Gigs is wondering what the record is. The historical hunt is on!

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Footy Blogs

The 2015 Gigs Ladder Comp

It's back for the 25th consecutive year! Join in the fun of the Gigs Ladder Comp, the greatest ladder competition in the known universe.

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In search of the 1978 VFA Grand Final

Paul Bolger's son Chris would love to sit down with his dad and watch the 1978 VFA Grand Final. Paul kept Sam Kekovich to just one goal in that match.

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Putting a face to a name

Bob Gartland and Col Hutchinson are trying to track down photos of every Geelong player since 1877. Can you help?

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Footnotes

* Behinds calculated from the 1974 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.