A DOZEN BUSHRANGERS INVITED TO NATIONAL & STATE COMBINES

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Twelve Murray Bushrangers have been chosen to participate in National and State Combines  in  October. These players will join aspiring young footballers across Australia where they will undertake a variety of fitness  tests and interviews under the watchful eye of AFL CLUB recruiters. 

Talent Manager Lee Fraser said that this a great result for the Region, “to have twelve players invited is  a great reflection on all those involved with the football club, our operations staff, coaches , high performance and medical teams continue to provide an  elite environment that enables  these young men to develop their football” “The 2015 playing group have developed a strong culture that is based on elite behaviour, they continue to challenge each other to be the best they can be”.

Fraser was quick to highlight that this won’t be a distraction for any of these players as they now focus on a critical stage of the TAC CUP season, “the squad is fully aware that it is team success that will ultimately result in individual reward, this squad has a unique opportunity to impact the 2015 TAC CUP season”. 

The following players have been invited to State or National Combines:

NATIONAL COMBINE – Josh Schache (Seymour), Lachlan Tiziani (Albury), Clayton Oliver (Mooroopna).

 

VICTORIAN COMBINE – David Mennen (Benalla), Trent McMullan (Wodonga), Mitch King (Wodonga).

 

NEW SOUTH WALES COMBINE - Josh Minogue (North Albury), Jake Marshall (Deniliquin), Dylan McDonald (Albury), Kyle Galloway (Deniliquin), Nick Coughlan (Albury), Max Canfield (Yarrawonga)

Find attached a profile of each selected player.




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