Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Third Horse is…

Of course – Piping Lane, 1972. (Apologies if you have had trouble posting comments)

1879: Deloraine

I just heard a most surprising thing. So surprised was I that I just had to do some quick checking around and share my findings with you. And what, I can hear you ask, was this surprising thing? Between 1922 and 2013 no Tasmanian bred thoroughbred raced in the Cox Plate.  I know. Mind boggling. So […]

1969: Vung Tau

Much has been written about the South Sydney ‘Rabbitohs’ in the lead up to tonight’s National Rugby League Grand Final – and now doubt much more will be written now they have won their first flag in forty three years. But here’s a little curiosity I dug up from 1969, the year South Sydney finished […]

The Sport History Project

meanderings through our sporting pasts

YOUNG CHRISTIAN WORKERS

The YCW Organises, Educates, and Empowers young people to be a positive change within their own lives and their wider community. www.ycw.org.au.

Australian Football World

This WordPress.com site is the cat’s pajamas

Critical Heritage

the critical heritage group at University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Through the Green Fuse...

Explorations in one John Waddingham's family story

Timor Archives

Clearing House for Archival Records on Timor Inc. (CHART )

Jack Chadwick

illustration | cartoons | storyboards

101 London Museums

A celebration of London's diverse Museums