Greg Baum Seasons change, teams change, rules change, but THE rule doesn't.
Greg Baum Frequently, the AFL finals are a new and self-contained season, not susceptible to the form or verities of the home-and-away rounds.
Greg Baum Two damaged teams sought to use each other to regain their fluency and rhythm last night. At long length, Geelong succeeded.
Greg Baum Much as the football world likes a good conspiracy theory, this time it is unsustainable.
Greg Baum Three certainties characterise the Geelong-Hawthorn rivalry, the grandest of the age.
Greg Baum Ruthless Kangaroos take full advantage of a mentally and physically tired Geelong.
Greg Baum Either tribunal is taking a softer line, or review panel is pressing speculative charges.
Greg Baum In trying, honourably, to deal with one problem, the AFL has created two more.
Greg Baum To put Geelong in the mood for the 1963 VFL grand final, coach Bob Davis brought in piano accordionist and television clown Happy Hammond.