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Jay Croucher

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Member Since:
 
March 2014
Based In:
 
Melbourne
Favourite Sports:
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Best team versus best story: An early look at the AFL grand final

Best team versus best story: An early look at the AFL grand final

9 hours ago

To frame the grand final as a clash between the best team and the best story perhaps does an injustice to Richmond’s team and Adelaide’s story.

Dustin Martin discovers new heights and the Tigers rise with him

Dustin Martin discovers new heights and the Tigers rise with him

1 day ago

As it was happening, in mid-ascent, you could feel that even Dustin Martin himself was beginning to be overwhelmed by the occasion, by the demonstration of his own greatness.

Luke Shuey’s perfect kick sends the Power home and the Eagles onwards

Luke Shuey’s perfect kick sends the Power home and the Eagles onwards

11 Sep 2017

Two seasons coming down to one ball drop, one connection, one cool head, is either cruel or magical depending on your allegiance.

Collingwood’s self-made apocalypse marches on proudly

Collingwood’s self-made apocalypse marches on proudly

4 Sep 2017

Nathan Buckley probably did enough in the last six weeks to keep his job – but did he do enough in the last six years? And really, why wasn’t that the question driving the discourse surrounding his fate?

Rebuilding is for chumps: Hawthorn already primed for a new era

Rebuilding is for chumps: Hawthorn already primed for a new era

28 Aug 2017

If only they didn’t have to play Gold Coast twice, things could have been so different for the Hawks.

Dour, then exquisite: The Swans cannot be killed

Dour, then exquisite: The Swans cannot be killed

21 Aug 2017

“Jay, look. This is the best thing in football,” my colleague said, not looking at me, eyes fixed on the screen above my head, Lance Franklin with ball in hand, dashing down the near wing, space and possibility in front of him.