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August, 2021

  • 5 August

    Horsham's Rene Caris and former Ararat Storm player Georgia Clarke are set to line up for Geelong in Saturday's VFLW decider.

    Horsham's Rene Caris and former Ararat Storm player Georgia Clarke are set to line up for Geelong in Saturday's VFLW decider.

    There will be a distinctly local flavour when Geelong take on Collingwood in Sunday's VFLW grand final. The Cats' side is set to include Horsham's Rene Caris and former Ararat Storm player Georgia Clarke,

  • 5 August

    Cats Set All-Time Membership Record

    Cats Set All-Time Membership Record

    GEELONG is thrilled to announce another membership record, with the club’s 2021 membership tally confirmed as 70,293. It follows the announcement in July that the club had exceeded 70,000 members for the first time in its history.

  • 5 August

    Glen Boss commits to cult hero ahead of Melbourne spring carnival

    Glen Boss commits to cult hero ahead of Melbourne spring carnival

    Champion jockey Glen Boss is set to quarantine for two weeks to attack the Melbourne spring carnival where he will ride a cult hero and potentially link with a key Cups contender.

  • 5 August

    Glen Boss commits to cult horse ahead of Melbourne spring carnival

    Glen Boss commits to cult horse ahead of Melbourne spring carnival

    Champion jockey Glen Boss is set to quarantine for two weeks to attack the Melbourne spring carnival where he will ride a cult galloper and potentially link up with a key Cups contender.

  • 5 August

    Boss announces big spring carnival decision

    Boss announces big spring carnival decision

    EXCLUSIVE: Champion jockey Glen Boss is set to go into quarantine for two weeks to attack the Melbourne spring carnival where it can be revealed he will ride cult hero horse Alligator Blood and is also in the frame to ride Melbourne Cup favourite Incentivise.

  • 5 August

    Cups tilt possible for The Good Fight

    Cups tilt possible for The Good Fight

    The Good Fight may have only been in Michael Moroney’s Flemington barn for just over a month, but the expat Kiwi believes the gelding is capable of making it to the Group One Melbourne Cup in November. The son of High Chaparral was part of the initial …

  • 5 August

    Caulfield Cup calls Bossy back

    Glen Boss' desire to win the Caulfield Cup has led to him choosing Melbourne over Sydney for this year's Spring Carnival. "I don't have too many more springs left," Boss said. "I want to try and win a Caulfield Cup,

  • 5 August

    Five Australian Stories To Catch at the Melbourne International Film Festival

    Five Australian Stories To Catch at the Melbourne International Film Festival

    From going on tour with Courtney Barnett to a behind-the-scenes peek at the life of furniture king Franco Cozzo, there’s a heap of documentaries to check out. In partnership with MIFF, here are five to tick off.

  • 5 August

    Theatre review: King Lear, Fortyfivedownstairs

    Theatre review: King Lear, Fortyfivedownstairs

    So it is that Cordelia, capably played by Isabella Ferrer, rejects Lear’s love test and in doing so rejects the notion that the king can retire. Melbourne Shakespeare Company’s modern and perhaps anachronistic reading of the historicised Lear is to play it against the grain by trying to get us …

  • 5 August

    A Block fave returns

    A Block fave returns

    Once you’ve been on the show, you are an integral part of The Block family forevermore, whether you like it or not!” Craft says. This year, the show has purchased the better part of a “classic Aussie” cul-de-sac in the Melbourne suburb of Hampton.