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This week’s warm-up artist in the living room featured Cold Chisel. Young meets old, the Rising Sun a favourite. One soon to be 50-game veteran walked in the front door to greet another, we jumped in the car, picked up the 203-game veteran Profess...

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Fire in the Fitzroy belly


Alexa Madden, Lex to her mates, is one of the experienced heads and key conspirators in the Fitzroy Senior Women’s side. Remember, this side is currently second on the ladder, two and a half games clear of third, and aiming for the ultimate prize....

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Reality and Perspective


They reckon a change is as good as a holiday. We weren’t expecting a holiday in Caulfield against Old Haileybury, one of the ladder leaders who were on the back of three straight losses. And Fitzroy had ‘change’ again, our second straight set of 6...

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Taking care of business at BSO


As I kicked leaves strolling across the Edinburgh Gardens, I was a bit concerned. Not so much about the ‘big event’ later that night, but more how the Roys would go replacing a quarter of their side after the previous week’s meritorious victory ov...

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Kevin's come home


On Saturday, 7 May 2022 we unveiled the official Kevin Murray Stand sign we will raise for all Fitzroy home games at Brunswick Street Oval to honour our club's greatest player. It was a wonderful occasion and we were thrilled to see so many people...

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Le Rouge et noir, how bizarre


The challenge for the Rouge et Noir Cup, a contest against the formidable Uni Blacks, loomed again in Round 5, following the bye. It’s been one-way traffic in recent years, all favouring the Blacks. Truth be known, in this correspondent’s opinion,...

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A Day in the Trenches


A brilliant day weather-wise for the Anzac Day clash against Williamstown at Brunswick Street. A huge crowd, the Ressies did their bit smashing the opposition 190–21, and the ceremony on the ground set the scene. It was a game we had to win in the...

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An Ordinary Day at the Office


The Roys Men approached their contest with Ajax at Elsternwick with confidence, on the back of their last quarter surge a week ago against Beaumaris. There were four changes to the side however, with Jack Mackay, Luke Minahan, Cam Mitchell and Wil...

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