Mic Rees looks back at the day Footscray put aside the upheavals of a season of woe to kick a then-record VFL score. The star of the show was Kelvin Templeton.
Michael Rees | 3 Jun 2013
Richard Prentice was heavily involved in the setting up of Scotland's first ever organised Australian football competition. Here is the story of his early endeavours to 'set the ball rolling'.
Richard Prentice | 30 May 2013
In 1895, Fitzroy won their first VFA title. At the annual meeting the next year, club dignitaries had a chance to show their appreciation, as reported in the Fitzroy City Press.
| 18 Jun 2013
A Mirror writer looks back on the career of South Fremantle star high flyer John Campbell, and his ruck partner, Jerry Sutherland, two of the stalwarts of inter-war WA football.
| 18 Jun 2013
On this day in 1897 Essendon 1.13 (19) defeated South Melbourne 2.4 (16), suggesting that perhaps bad kicking isn't always bad football. - Andrew Gigacz
Source: AFL Tables
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What does an Essendon-Carlton thriller have to do with the Battle of Shaizar, fought in the year 1111? The only place you'll find the answer is in this week's Micro Noises.
Andrew Gigacz | 13 Jun 2013
In 1915, League premiers Carlton took on The Camp Team. As Brian Membrey explains, it was all in a good cause.
Brian Membrey | 18 Jun 2013
A week of ladder upheaval has seen Theo get the heave ho and Michael Ba take centre stage after round 9.
Andrew Gigacz | 30 May 2013
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