Show BioHide BioGREG HOBBS spent more than 50 years covering all the major sports for Melbourne newspapers. As well as being a formidable newsbreaker, he was a talented writer and held a number of executive positions. He edited The Sporting Globe and was chief football writer for The Herald. Later he was Editor of the AFL Football Record. Greg was also one of the co-founders of the AFL Media Association.
FOOTBALL legend Ken Hands, the last survivor of the infamous Carlton-South Melbourne Grand Final of 1945, has died aged 91. He played 211 games and booted 188 goals for Carlton from 1945 to 1957. Sportshounds writer GREG HOBBS interviewed Hands three months ag... More »
The news shook the whole football world. A VFL premiership captain murdered in his own home, in front of his wife and son. GREG HOBBS takes us back to the drought-breaking Richmond premiership of 1967 and the tragedy that later struck its leader. More »