Q. What attracted you to the club?
My mates and my friends really attracted me to the club because I moved here when I was 11 a couple of my friends took me around to watch them and that's how it started.
Q. Who do you see as your toughest opponent and why?
Harrow-Balmoral in the seniors have been the toughest I have faced. They are big and really quick as well at the same time.
Q. What makes you get out of bed on those days where it's not likely to reach 10 degrees and hasn't stopped raining in days?
Again just mates and wanting to be around your friends. It is great to play with your mates and get in and have a crack when it is tough.
Q. Who do you rate the most around the club?
Volunteer wise Luke Stevens just is great he just gets around and does everything.
And best player is a hard one, but I would say Scott Carey. He has a good head for footy and the experience and he backs that up with the accolades he has.
Q. What is the greatest piece of advice you have received as a player?
A good piece of advice I have got is to always go for the first option.
That is something that has changed my game quite a bit and instead of trying to take everyone on you can go for that first kick or handball off the ground to bring your teammates into the game.
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