Mic Rees catches up with Ray Walker, a Bulldogs stalwart through the first half of the 1960s. Like some other famous Dogs before him, Walker was a Braybrook boy.
Jim Conway took Claremont from wooden spooners to premiers in one single amazing season. John Devaney tells the story of the Tigers' 1964 triumph over Old Easts.
| 12 Jan 2015
Jack Worrall of the Australasian proclaims leadership the great essential in football, and names the greatest leaders he has seen on the footy field.
| 21 Jan 2015
As told to News' Lawrie Jarvis, Les 'Bro' Dayman, Port Adelaide champion of the 1920s, tells the story of his time at Footscray in the 1930s, and recounts some of his most vivid footy memories.
| 21 Jan 2015
Four V/AFL matches have seen a team register 31 behinds as part of its total score. Geelong kicked 21.31 in 1934, while 23 years later Fitzroy registered 10.31. In 1971 Footscray scored 22.31 and in 1985, Hawthorn compiled 11.31. While Fitzroy's score was a losing one, the other three were all winners. - Andrew Gigacz
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Andrew Gigacz | 16 Jan 2015
Col Hutchinson is on a mission to track down photos of every Geelong player since 1877. Can you help?
Andrew Gigacz | 30 Jan 2015
Reader Richard McIntosh is looking for help in identifying an old football carnival photo from the early 20th century.
Andrew Gigacz | 1 Dec 2014
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