Q. When did you first get involved with the club?
2013, when my daughter started playing netball for them.
Q. What roles have you held at the club?
In the early years, I was only ever involved in netball. My wife coached and I assisted her on match-day, scoring, timekeeping, all those sought of duties that need to be done for a game to happen.
I've got three girls who have all played netball there and then my son started playing football there. That's when I became more involved with the football there and the club in general.
Since he started playing I've been a trainer at the club, and about four or five years ago I got involved on the committee and was then the secretary for three years.
Q. What do you love most about the club that you support/volunteer for?
I'm a farmer, and I can go for a week at a time only seeing my wife unless I make a special effort to get outside the farm. So for me, it's the social aspect.
Q. What is your number one highlight in your time supporting/volunteering?
When we first joined the club we weren't fielding all teams in either netball and football. I think it was the year I became club secretary was the first year we fielded all teams across all grades, and in the last year I was secretary all teams played finals.
Q. Who is the player from your club you've most enjoyed watching?
From netball Megan Shea. On the football field Beau Cosson.
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