2013 Player Profiles- WEEK ONE

Keep your eye on our player profile tab at the top of the website over the coming weeks as we feature one player a day...

Kicking off this week is Cam Stevenson- Cam Stevenson is a Mountain Creek SHS student who has been playing with the Roos for basically all of his AFL career through the Juniors now as a Senior.

Cam has played a heap of representative footy and is a dynamic mid-fielder who will no doubt carve up the 2013 Allied Pickford Cup competition and provide the Roos with consistencey through the centre.

Last year Stevenson also represented Queensland in the Under 16 National Championships which seen the Queensland Scorpions take out the title.

Check out his full profile: http://www.sportingpulse.com/club_info.cgi?client=1-109-34763-0-0&sID=271525&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=22410084

Day Two of the player profiles now featuring Jarrod Raun.

Rauny has been at the club since 2011 after moving to the Sunshine Coast to study Regional and Urban Planning at University of the Sunshine Coast.

Before moving to Queensland Rauny played in Victoria's elite junior competition the TAC Cup for Gippsland Power. 

After having two seasons away from the game he joined the Roos and quickly made an impression at the club, being named Vice Captain after just two weeks.

Rauny is a colorful character and will often be seen wearing his bright pink shorts and Fluro hat or having a laugh with the boys

Check out more of his profile: http://www.sportingpulse.com/club_info.cgi?client=1-109-34763-0-0&sID=271525&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=22466969

Day Three features Mitch Scholard who is new to the Roos seniors in 2013.

Returning from a stint in the state league, Mitch is a big strong target up forward, known for kicking big bags of goals.

Mitch will play a major role in our push towards finals football in 2013. 

Check out Scholars full profile: http://www.sportingpulse.com/club_info.cgi?client=1-109-34763-0-0&sID=271525&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=22481404

Jarryd Hill takes centre stage on day four of the player profiles.

Jarryd Hill was a revolution in 2012, his first year at the Roos after moving to the coast for Uni from Ballarat, where he played in Victorias premier junior league, the TAC CUP for the North Ballarat Rebels.

2012 bought many highs and lows for Hilly with great performances at the beginning of the season having him leading the club vote count halfway through the year only to be struck down with back related injuries restricting his performances for the second half of the season.

Blessed with a killer left foot, a rare ability to read the game and a tan to die for.

We hope Hilly can put his injury problems of 2012 behind him and have another big year in the green and gold!

Check out his profile: http://www.sportingpulse.com/club_info.cgi?client=1-109-34763-0-0&sID=271525&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=22495894

Wrapping up week one of the player profiles is Kane Tyson.

Kaneo is our 2011 club best and fairest and 2012 Runner up which speaks for itself.

Kane is a tall, strong, fast midfielder with a booming kick who plays an integral part in our midfield, with the ability to win a game off him own boot.

Kane not only brings football talent to the Roos but his sense of humor and outlook on life bring a breath of fresh air around the club- A much loved member of the Roos family.

A great club person and a phenomenal footballer, we look forward to Kane having another great year for the Roos in 2013.

Check out his details: http://www.sportingpulse.com/club_info.cgi?client=1-109-34763-0-0&sID=271525&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=22510318

Stay tunned for next weeks profiles...


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