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Junior Almanac: My first footy season

Jasmine Conrad, who we are so lucky to have on the cover of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017, tells the story of how she started playing footy and of her first game – where her team received some special encouragement via video.

When a young footy star can dress up as herself for Book Week

Jasmine Conrad has come up with a great idea for Book Week.

Brunswick East Primary School – My memory: My holiday (by Saskia) and Monty (by Emily)

It’s Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary – so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Saskia is off to Queensland and Emily remembers a dear pet.

Brunswick East Primary School – My memory: Gymnastics display day (by Kyla)

It’s Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary – so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Kyla describes performing gymnastics in front of a crowd.

Brunswick East Primary School – My memory: The waves (by Hugo) and Europe (by Lois)

It’s Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary – so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Hugo misses a beachside sign and Lois describes a trip of CRAZY length.

Brunswick East Primary School – My memory: My soccer (by Bromley) and My footy (by Connor)

It’s Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary – so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Bromley is back from injury and Connor enjoys Round 2 much more than he did Round 1.

Brunswick East Primary School – My memory: Swimming competition (by Lily) and Alone (by Delilah)

It’s Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary – so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Lily relates the buzz of a swimming competition and Delilah assures us that life isn’t like the movies.

Brunswick East Primary School – My memory: Collingwood (by Felix) and MCG (by Hugo)

It’s Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary – so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Felix flies his Collingwood colours and Hugo warms up thinking of the MCG.

Lightning Premiership – Banyule U10W

Banyule played a tough lightning premiership last week. Thanks to Ben W for this story of the day.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passions: Hockey (FT) and Footy (TH) and footy (ZKL)

Two footy lovers tell their stories and FT explains how he got into hockey.

Lightning Carnival – Fitzroy Under 10-3 v The World: Gallery of Richard Colyer’s photos

Lightning Carnival – Fitzroy Under 10-3 v The World: Gallery of Charlotte White’s photos

The Roys Under 10-3 side played in the lightning premiership on a freezing day at Bulleen. They just missed out on the finals. Thanks to Charlotte White for these pics.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passions: Soccer (by JS) and Godzilla (by SM)

JS is quite a goal-scorer and SM may just be the world’s greatets Godzilla expert.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passions: Science (by SL) and Soccer (by SE)

The Grade 3/4 kids at Merri Creek Primary School have many passions. Today we focus on Science and soccer.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passions: Redblox (by LP) and Soccer (by RM)

LP loves Redblox and RM loves soccer. Here are their stories too.

Fitzroy Under 10-3 v Kew Rovers W: Richard Colyer’s photo gallery

The team’s first home game at Ramsden Street, where the young Roys played four great quarters of footy for an excellent win.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passions: Gymnastics (by CE) and Soccer (by QK)

CEJ loves gymnastics and QK loves soccer. Here are their stories.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passions: Taekwondo (by JA) and Tennis (by MW)

JA is certainly passionate about taekwondo and MW’s family introduced MW to tennis. More stories of passion from Merri Creek Primary School students.

Merri Creek Primary School – My Passion: Footy (by AB) and Gymnastics (by IG)

Two more stories from Merri Creek Primary School as the Grade 3-4s write about their passions.

My first floorball tournament

It was a successful debut for William Little as his team won their Floorball tournament.