Tuesday, 22 August 2017
EXPERIENCE... Experienced Broughton-Mundoora player Strath Roberts could take it to the next level this season. EXPERIENCE... Experienced Broughton-Mundoora player Strath Roberts could take it to the next level this season.

BMFC preview... Can the Eagles go back-to-back?

With A grade coach Rian Crane

When did you start preseason and how has it gone?
It started at the end of January and has been a mix of circuits, running and ball work with a bit of a change up from previous years.

Which young players have emerged as ones to watch for your club?
Damien Rhodes from senior colts, Daniel Rogers from B grade and Jared O’Donohue.

Which more experienced players could take their games to the next level?
Jared O’Donohue, Strath Roberts, James Cant and Joseph Schmitt.

What are the club’s aims on the ground this year?
After winning the grand final last year, everyone expects to be up the top again but as long as we make the top four with minimal injuries I’ll be happy.

What will be happening off the ground at club level?
The social club is busy organising a few functions including the Eagle Ball. The club will also be hosting the grand final at Port Broughton this year.

Predict the top three sides at the end of the minor round.
Crystal Brook, Broughton-Mundoora and Orroroo.

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