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Essays and Opinion

A one-way ticket to frustration

Personal experience with the AFL's new pricing structure moved Andrew Gigacz to have his say on the cost of a ticket to the footy.


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.


Footy Research

Piggybacking on heartbreak

In this extract from Playing to Win, Michael Gordon looks at the aftermath of the 2012 Grand Final and how Hawthorn took its first steps toward redemption in 2013.


Golding's greats

John Devaney looked back at the day Frank Golding led South Australia to a famous victory over the Victorians at the MCG in 1926.


Treasure Trove

A chat with Mick Grace

Old Timer of the Referee chats with retired V.F.L champion Mick Grace about his new role as coach of the N.S.W football league and his thoughts on the game.


'Australian rules', the first 80 years

H.O.Balfe, writing for the Referee (Sydney), marks the eightieth year of the game known in Sydney as 'Australian rules' by charting its origins and course in Victoria.



The death of Arthur Green

The West Australian reports on the death of Arthur Green, one of the toughest defenders produced in the West.



Only two one-point VFL/AFL games have been recorded on July 24th. Both of them involved Fremantle. In 1998, the Dockers pipped Adelaide, 14.14.98 to 15.7.97, but 13 years later went down to West Coast 9.10.64 to 8.17.65. Interestingly, both matches were won by the team that kicked fewer goals. - Andrew Gigacz

Footy Tube

West Coast v Richmond - Round 1, 1987

The second half of the West Coast Eagles' very first VFL match, against Richmond, played on March 29th, 1987. 

For match details, click here.

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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 Sydney 16 52 143.51
2 Geelong 17 52 112.12
3 Hawthorn 16 48 139.92
4 Fremantle 17 48 133.16
5 Port Adelaide 17 48 132.36
6 North Melbourne 17 40 112.49
7 Essendon 17 40 109.83
8 Collingwood 16 36 106.61
9 Gold Coast 16 36 99.45
10 Adelaide 16 32 108.38
11 West Coast 16 28 108.21
12 Richmond 16 24 100.14
13 Carlton 17 24 91.48
14 Western Bulldogs 17 24 85.45
15 GWS 17 16 73.50
16 Melbourne 17 16 72.98
17 Brisbane 16 16 63.30
18 St Kilda 17 16 61.55


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Micro Noises

Micro Noises 62 - Retiree Round

With three players announcing their retirements this week, Gigs speculates on the perfect end to the careers of Hayes, Maxwell and Cassisi.


Micro Noises 61 - Simply the Don thing

Bomber fans thought Essendon's victory over Port was one for the ages but Gigs reckons it was just a routine win! 


Footy Blogs

Once a Jolly Ruckman ....

...camped by a behind post? Very old Fitzroy fans would turn in their graves, not so old would shake their heads when the club in 1962 moved to change its  song.


Looking for a win

After another Western Bulldogs loss, Gigs couldn't do the crossword the next morning. Instead, he penned this ode to the Doggies and their fans.


In search of Prince Alfred footballers

Can you help Tony Aldous in his search for state footballers who went to Prince Alfred College?


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