When Collingwood trail at three quarter time and hit the turbo button, it always makes for a fascinating final term.
I’ve been tossing this topic around in my head for most of the season, debating the right time to dive into Will Phillips’ progress.
A noteworthy weekend of football as the mid-table logjam showed few signs of abating.
The eagle eyed will notice today’s title is much the same as a fortnight ago against Adelaide, and for good reason.
Without question, Sunday was a day where North Melbourne’s midfielders were taken to the cleaners.
There are only two and a half games between fourth and 15th on the ladder, with eight rounds remaining. It makes nearly every game, every week, high stakes for at least one of the teams involved and it was no different over the weekend. Today’s Notebook covers three topics: the limits of Gold Coast’s ball … Continue reading From The Notebook, Round 16: The limits of Gold Coast’s ball use, pros and cons of Essendon’s shell, Expected Score leaders
At times on Saturday afternoon, I couldn’t help but think back to Round 9, 2020.
Resuming after a well-earned week off, there are nine games left for North Melbourne to collect valuable data
We’ve made it – we’re finally at the end of the bye rounds.
Originally this post was supposed to specifically focus on Butters, Rozee, and Horne-Francis.