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Essays and Opinion

Neglected heroes: The Hall of Fame

Induction into the Australian Football Hall of Fame is a great honour, but as Adam Cardosi argues, the heroes of the first sixty years of the game have been virtually ignored.


Pompey Austin - Aboriginal pioneer

Trevor Ruddell recounts the remarkable, largely forgotten story of pioneer indigenous footballer Albert "Pompey" Austin.


Footy Research

1900 VFL Final - Fuchsias' farcical flag

The manner of Melbourne's 1900 VFL premiership was the source of great controversy, writes John Devaney.


The game that never was

In this essay from Australia's Game, Jack Clancy, who who passed away on March 23rd aged 79, recounts the story of his only VFL game.


Treasure Trove

The finest full forward

Percy Taylor of the Argus looks back at some of the great full forwards from Victoria and pronounces his finest of all time.


Old football days - some Geelong gallants

In 1930, Donald MacDonald and T. P. Walsh took a nostalgic look at the great footballers, in particular those of Geelong, of the 1880s.



The death of Syd Barker

Old Boy of the Argus reports the death in 1930 of Syd Barker, premiership captain of North Melbourne in the VFA and premiership captain-coach of Essendon in the VFL.



The closest match ever played on April 23rd was a one-point thriller which saw Norm Smith's Fitzroy pip Carlton by one point at Brunswick St in 1949. The match was Smith's second ever as a VFL coach. - Andrew Gigacz

Footy Tube

ANZAC Day 1984 - VFL Park

A thrilling finish to the 1984 ANZAC Day clash between Carlton and Collingwood. The final result came down to a kick after the siren from Carlton's Warren Ralph.

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Source: AFL Tables

AFL 2014 Season

For a complete summary of the 2014 AFL season, including the fixture, results and ladder, click here.

2014 AFL Ladder

# Club P Pts %
1 Geelong 5 20 148.84
2 Port Adelaide 5 16 157.66
3 Hawthorn 5 16 146.23
4 West Coast 5 12 128.14
5 Fremantle 5 12 125.67
6 Collingwood 5 12 102.99
7 North Melbourne 5 12 101.30
8 Gold Coast 5 12 84.65
9 St Kilda 5 12 83.22
10 Essendon 5 8 111.72
11 Richmond 5 8 99.33
12 Adelaide 5 8 99.20
13 Sydney 5 8 96.47
14 GWS 5 8 92.32
15 Western Bulldogs 5 8 82.01
16 Carlton 5 4 77.08
17 Melbourne 5 4 69.32
18 Brisbane 5 0 53.85


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Micro Noises

Micro Noises 51 - Blend 43

Gigs says the Tigers have finally squared the ledger in 43-point matches. What is he on about this time? Read on to find out.


Micro Noises 50 - Happy anniversary!

Move over Mike Sheahan! Gigs has come up with his own anniversary edition of footy's top 50.


Footy Blogs

Sleeve Tattoo Team of the Century

Chris Tetaz has put together a VFL/AFL Sleeve Tattoo Team of the Century. What do you think, of his team of ink?


Gigs Ladder Comp 2014

It's back for a 24th season - it's the "set it and forget it" Gigs Ladder Comp! Join in the fun!


Full Points Footy author's new eBook

John Devaney, the founder of's predecessor Full Points Footy has a new e-book out.


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