London Pre-season Camp in Review and 2017 Leaders

The Dingos headed to London for their fourth annual pre-season camp on April 22nd and 23rd. In what has is now a club staple and a sure sign that the AFL Ontario season is just around the corner.

Over 20 players made the trip this year for an extended training session including fitness work, skills drills,  and team building activities capped off by a scrimmage before heading out for a hard earned meal and a tour of everything London’s night life had to offer. First time Dingo players Lynden Evers, Tim Indian, Ricky Nolan, and Ben Moller put in a great showing both in training with heart and voice, as well as in the scrimmage at the end of the session.

Head coach Mike Karas also took the opportunity of having the squad together to announce the Toronto Dingos’ leadership team for 2017:

Mike Bocian (Captain)

Games Played: 27

Achievements: 2016 Dingos’ Best and Fairest (Canadian), 2015 Dingos’  Most Improved Player

Nationality: Canadian

 

Pat Bossey (Vice Captain)

Games Played: 70

Achievements: 2015 Dingos’ Coach’s Award, 2012 Dingos’ Coach’s Award

Nationality: Canadian

 

Steve Speers (Vice Captain)

Games Played: 9

Nationality: Australian

 

Justin Davis (Assistant Coach)

Games Played: 6

Nationality: Australian

 

Rob McNaughton (Assistant Coach)

Games Played: 26

Achievements: 2016 Dingos’ Best and Fairest (Australian)

Nationality: Australian

 

After a strong start to the pre-season there is no better group for the Toronto Dingos’ to follow into the fray of the rapidly approaching AFL Ontario season.


The Dingos will continue to train on Tuesday and Thursday nights at David Balfour Park in the lead-up to the opening round of the season. If you're interested in joining the pack for 2017, it's not too late! Send an email to coach@torontodingos.com and we'll provide you with all the information you need.

 




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