The 2018 Grand Final, the 122nd, on Saturday the 29th September was one of the greatest of all time. The Collingwood Magpies, after a poor
The 2018 Brownlow Medal for the Fairest and Best in the AFL was won by Tom Mitchell from the Hawthorn Football Club. It has been
2018 saw the issuing of the annual Footy Stamps which commenced in the year 2000. Unlike previous years the selvedge of the P stamps did
The 2017 Premiership Players club induction was held on the 30 November 2017. The inductee, club and Premiership years are seen in the table below.
The AFL Grand Final for 2017 was played at the MCG on the 30 September 2017. After 37 years, the Richmond Tigers are once again
Dustin Martin poled a record 36 votes to win the Brownlow Medal. He proved he was the best midfielder in the competition. With his famous
The 2017 Footy Stamps issue was one of the best ever. The inside of the three page folder showed 2 sets of the $1.00 Flowering
The 2016 Premiership Players club induction was held on the 24 November 2016. The inductee, club and Premiership years are seen in the table below.
The Bulldogs won their first Premiership in 1954 with the imposing team player, Mr Football, Ted Whitten. The Bulldogs fought through numerous injuries in 2016
GEELONG superstar Patrick Dangerfield capped off a glittering season with the most prestigious individual award of all, breaking records to win the 2016 Brownlow Medal.
On the 30 July 2016, in round 19, Brent Harvey, also known as “Boomer”, broke the record for the number of AFL games played. Michael
Australia Post released the annual Footy Stamps Issue for each club. The inside of the folder showed two sets of ten $1.00 Australia Map stamps