Like clockwork, there’s always one surprise packet each season.
It’s been a fascinating season for Richmond. On the surface, it appeared their extensive injuries up until the bye would cruel any chances of a premiership tilt.
With the cavalry returning – unleashing Jordan De Goey and Jaidyn Stephenson in the first final is almost unfair – things are rounding into form at just the right time for Collingwood.
Friday night wins are always fun. It just sets up the entire weekend perfectly.
10 years. 211 matches. Four finals series. Two preliminary finals. The Brad Scott era at North Melbourne has ended to a decidedly mixed reaction.
Some games are relatively by-the-book and there’s not a lot which stands out to catch the eye. Sunday was not one of those days.
It’s so relaxing being able to sit back and enjoy the last quarter with a result already in hand.
It’s much easier writing these things after a win, let me tell you.
It’s that time of year again – plan the away trips, block out the days in the calendar – the 2019 fixture is here.
Out of all the moves North Melbourne has made during the Trade Period, Aaron Hall intrigues me the most.