yeah surprised this one didn't make it, wasn't he offered a senior deal with St Kilda but broke his leg?Ragnor lothbrook.. spent a year or 2 on the st kilda rookie list before ruling Denmark & spawned sons who took most of England for themselves, raping & pillaging half of Europe.
Bit of mayo on David Prideaux, a cold case murder victim ....Ex Barwon Prison governor and now cold case muder victim linked to info related to Carl Williams, David Prideaux played VFA for Preston.
Underbelly times linked crook Michael 'Eyes' Pastras who comically turned up at Lewis Moran's door with a massive bag of a cash as a raid was going on played for Brunswick, as did his follow crook brother Savas.
Tony Mokbel played some u/19s for Brunny too, could play.
This has to be a lie. Bruce would've been the little gimp that got a quarter a game at back pocket.Also genuinely surprised that Bruce Macavaney played footy at any level.
His demeanor must have been somewhat like Tom Swift.
Thanks Ian, hope you enjoyed accountingIan Herman played for Carlton and Richmond, and has a successful career in senior management at accounting firms such as Arthur Andersen, William Buck and Grant Thornton.
Thanks Ryan, France is lovelyRyan Brabazon, who played about three games in three years on the Sydney Swans list now spends his life in France and travels as a photographer. Trendy sort of fella. Used to regularly get Jessie Andrews to his place in Sydney.
Bruce McAvaney played for Woodville’s Under 19s in the SANFL in 1972. Craig Bradley’s father, Lionel was the coach and a 8 year old Craig Bradley was the mascot!This has to be a lie. Bruce would've been the little gimp that got a quarter a game at back pocket.
then commentated his own games,
'ball out of the middle for 'klemzig?' - get it forward - mark taken by number 15 who was unsighted all day but is lining up for number 6 this quarter. and it sails over mcavaney on the mark - 'you really do feel like his team mates hate this little weirdos guts don't you?'
Wow, Bwuces mullet game was strong.Bruce McAvaney played for Woodville’s Under 19s in the SANFL in 1972. Craig Bradley’s father, Lionel was the coach and a 8 year old Craig Bradley was the mascot!
1997 Talking Footy clip with Craig Bradley reminiscing about McAvaney's playing days for the Woodville under 19s.