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With weather and oval conditions suiting Handles playing style, he put in a best on ground performance in the low scoring 6 point win.
I find this hard to believe as Jordie is pretty good at most things he does.
A fantastic gesture from the players and well deserved recognition for our team behind the team. At our annual gala gathering earlier this year, Alex Barns turned heads with his selected outfit having those in attendance discussing his look.
After several look alike suggestions, it was unanimous at the end of the day that he was going for the James Bond 007 look of Roger Moore. I was recently sent the below photo from our reserves time keeper Scott Coppin.
Michael recently played for Hahndorf in the Anzac day clash against Mount Barker.
‘Handles’ has won back to back flags with the Hills Powerhouse and they have started the season strongly in the quest for a third straight title.
‘Handles’ can’t believe that he has been named best by his club in the last two Anzac day clashes but has missed the medal on both occasions.
Our Reserves Time Keeper and history committee member Scott Coppin, recently took a cruise to Tasmania to get away from the big smoke.
On his trip, Scott ran into another Rooster supporter Norm Bennett and they chatted about our great club over a cold beer.
Scott has been busy around the club lately, putting together the fantastic displays featured in the function room.
With a little more investigating, it has been confirmed that it is better to walk than jump in the car when the Barrie Robran Medallist is driving a manual!!
Michael Handby just can’t let go of the football bug.
Sam Mc Inerney recently made the best phone call of his life when he got through to Triple M to compete for 00 in the pressure test.