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St Kilda rookie still too afraid to introduce himself to Michael Gardiner

St Kilda rookie still too afraid to introduce himself to Michael Gardiner

After being recruited by the St Kilda Football Club with the no.41 pick in last year’s rookie draft, 2011 should be the best year of St Kilda rookie Warrick Andreoli’s young life. On…

Port’s future in jeopardy following outrageous success of bye

Port’s future in jeopardy following outrageous success of bye

The future of the Port Adelaide Football Club is once again in jeopardy following the overwhelming popularity of its Round 18 bye. AFL supporters have universally embraced the initiative, declaring…

Tony Shaw’s ongoing employment evidence Australia can survive another GFC: RBA

Tony Shaw’s ongoing employment evidence Australia can survive another GFC: RBA

With the United States precariously perched on the edge of a catastrophic debt default, Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens yesterday declared the fact that Tony Shaw remains employed…

Oscar Dylan Judd dominates maternity ward on debut

Oscar Dylan Judd dominates maternity ward on debut

Oscar Dylan Judd, son of Chris and Rebecca, dominated his delivery suite yesterday in what obstatricians have labelled a “scintillating debut”. Cutting his preseason short at 8 months, 3 weeks,…

Outrage as Andrew Maher struggles to conceal erect!on during Judd interview

Outrage as Andrew Maher struggles to conceal erect!on during Judd interview

Channel Ten was inundated with phone calls from concerned viewers on Saturday night after it became apparent host Andrew Maher was struggling to conceal an erect!on during his post-match interview with…

Number of douche bags on Victorian roads tipped to skyrocket following Cadel Evans victory

Number of douche bags on Victorian roads tipped to skyrocket following Cadel Evans victory

The Victorian Department of Transport fears the number of needlessly arrogant douche bags on Victorian roads will increase astronomically following Cadel Evans’ victory in the Tour de France overnight. “From…

Adelaide man missing after questioning Neil Craig’s tenure

Adelaide man missing after questioning Neil Craig’s tenure

Adelaide man, David Brown, is missing, feared-dead, after reportedly questioning Neil Craig’s future as Adelaide Crows coach during Friday night’s loss to St Kilda. Friends have grave concerns for Brown’s well-being,…

Dockers declare Western Derby first annual ‘Purple Rain’ game

Dockers declare Western Derby first annual ‘Purple Rain’ game

Following the success of its ongoing ‘Purple Haze’ crowd engagement initiative, during which fans are encouraged to turn Patersons Stadium into a mass of purple in a tribute to the classic Jimi…

Freak blow-wave accident rules Nicoski and Swift out of derby

Freak blow-wave accident rules Nicoski and Swift out of derby

The West Coast Eagles will be forced to make two late changes to their side that faces Fremantle on Sunday, after Mark Nicoski and protégée, Tom Swift, were injured in…

Demetriou refuses to apologise for AFL phone-hacking scandal

Demetriou refuses to apologise for AFL phone-hacking scandal

AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou has refused to apologise for the phone-hacking scandal that has engulfed the AFL and is threatening to end his benevolent dictatorship. General Demetriou, speaking before a parliamentary select…

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