You would struggle to find a better tap in the plumbing aisle at Bunnings.
Port Adelaide, after a tight match with St Kilda at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night, trailed by 4 points in the dying seconds. Enter in-form ruckman Paddy Ryder, who tapped the yellow Sherrin to wide-eyed Robbie Grey who couldn’t believe his luck and made no mistake.
“Meanwhile the coppers uncuffed their inhibitions on Twitter and got some serious viral action with this one – 827 likes at last count.”
With seven seconds to spare!
Unfortunately for many Power supporters, they were already walking back over the Torrens when the unthinkable happened. They will never again leave a Port game early.
It was a bit of a miserable night and you couldn’t blame Port fans for staying away.
Nice guy Jarrod Walsh is one of those rare people who posts a lot of positive stuff on social media rather than just bagging everyone and everything. We wish more people would try it.
Did Port Adelaide finally do it?
The umpiring seemed to favour the visitors. It’s been atrocious all year.
You know it’s a big win when Ken Hinkley, who hardly ever gets too excited about anything and just sits there in the coach’s box sipping his can of Coke, gives fist pumps.
Nothing better than giving the brother shit.
Follow your dreams.
Yes ‘Ports’, but imagine if the Power had dropped that one against that rabble?
Meanwhile the coppers uncuffed their inhibitions on Twitter and got some serious viral action with this one – 827 likes at last count.
The Adelaide Crows were terrible in the first half against Collingwood at the MCG on Sunday afternoon. They were down by 50 points at one stage, but fought back. Mitch McGovern took a great grab and kicked a goal after the siren to draw the game and get out of jail.
Look what happens when you encourage them!
The Crows just weren’t switched on in the first half. And their supporters were livid. Chef Adam Liaw never disappoints.
When all else fails, drink – Bintang. Every week Crows fans post pictures of the exotic locations in which they’re watching the footy. This week it was Bali’s turn.
Port Adelaide cop a lot of grief for some of their smallish crowds at Adelaide Oval – but not a lot showed up for this clash between two teams that have huge supporter bases. Half the crowd appeared to be Crows fans.
There was no stopping Collingwood. Sloane got another dose of heavy tagging.
Back in Round 7, the Kangaroos kicked 10-4 to the Crows’ 0-0 in the first quarter at Blundstone Arena in Tasmania. The Crows’ terrible starts are a worry and they need to sort it out before the finals.
There’s nothing worse than listening to sex when you’re trying to watch the footy.
And ‘bloody’ Jenkins. He’s the whipping boy at the Crows this year when things turn bad.
And catch up they did – only to be left with that awful empty feeling. But the two points were vital because it still puts the Crows one game clear on top of the AFL ladder.
The dramatic twin comebacks by the South Australian clubs has set the stage for an epic Showdown on Sunday. It has heart-stopper written all over it.
Congratulations Jordan Pepper – 300 games is a great milestone worthy of the most bizarre celebration in the history of the game.
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