Contact US

Phone : +61 (0)3 5281 2020

Fax : +61 (0)3 5281 2020

Mobile: 0419 572961

Post: 9 Knowles Court, Bannockburn,
Victoria, Australia, 3331

General Enquiries: info@sesasport.com.au

Roy Hay: roy@sesasport.com.au
Frances Hay: frances@sesasport.com.au
Marnie Haig-Muir: marnie@sesasport.com.au
Peter Mewett: peter@sesasport.com.au

Direct Enquiry:

Victory muscle their way to win over Gold Coast

Melbourne Victory 2 Gold Coast United 0 By Roy Hay Melbourne Victory muscled their way to a two-nil home win over Gold Coast United on Sunday night at AAMI Park. Danny Allsopp scored both goals with cracking shots and might have had his first A-League hat-trick in a...

Victory does it the hard way against Perth

Melbourne Victory left it very late but came up with another victory by a goal to nil over Perth Glory in the A-League match at Telstra Dome last night in front of 22,890 fans. Scottish midfielder Grant Brebner did the damage with a thunderous shot in the 88th minute....

Looking for a last minute Christmas present?

Looking for a last minute Christmas present? Roy Hay If you are looking for a last minute Christmas present, why not consider one of the football books that tell the story of the world game in Australia? (Click on the pictures below to enlarge them) Phil Mosely's...

Are Spain the greatest ever?

Another champion team from Spain. Real Madrid in 1960 and Ferenc Puskas celebrates a goal. Are Spain the greatest ever? Roy Hay It is inevitable that Spain’s scintillating demolition of Italy in the final of Euro 2012, coupled with its victories in Euro 2008 and the...

Time for FFA to hold its nerve

Time for FFA to keep its nerve Roy Hay (This aritcle appeared on the SBS website, The World Game on 22 February 2012 and in Goal Weekly on 24 February 2012.) The eruption of the ebullient Clive Palmer, multi-millionaire natural resources baron and owner of Gold Coast...

North win inaugural Century 21 Community Shield

North Geelong won the first Century 21 Geelong Community Shield at Stead Park yesterday by five goals to one against a plucky Geelong Rangers team. In perfect conditions for football, North and Rangers battled out a first half of high quality but eventually North’s...

Geelong and Geelong Rangers gain final play-off spots

Geelong and Geelong Rangers gain play-off spots Roy Hay The final play-off spots in the Geelong Diversity Cup were settled on Sunday night as Geelong swept Bell Park aside in a four-nil win, while Geelong Rangers and Lara drew two-all. This means that on Friday...

Finals beckon as Victory downs Jets

Melbourne Victory keeps up winning run over Newcastle Jets By Roy Hay Melbourne Victory took on Newcastle Jets in a match critical to both teams’ finals ambitions at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night and came out on top with two second-half goals. Victory welcomed...

Early games of football in Western Victoria

Published as 'New Evidence: When did Aborigines first play Aussie rules?', Geelong Advertiser, Wednesday 21 October 2009, p. 21. The footy season is done and dusted and trade week is behind us, so it is time for historians to put away the beanies and the scarves and...

What were they doing in 1863?

  Goal Weekly, Monday 11 May 2009, p. 12. I know this column is called Blast from the Past, but given that most people believe the first game of Association Football was not played in Australia until the 1880s, what, you may ask, am I on about? It is, however, 150...