This is the story of the glory days of AFL, before corporations and big business made AFL the national juggernaut that it is today. When football was a high scoring, bruising tribal contest with cult figures, suburban rivalries and local grounds packed wi
Elliot Cartledge is a freelance writer, editor and author of two sporting books, The Hafey Years (2011) and Footy’s Glory Days (2013). He has played and coached cricket in four different continents, has extensive contacts in both playing and official ranks and has worked in cricket development for the ICC. Elliot lives in Melbourne, Australia.