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Round 12  

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Round 12 v Channel 28th June

Seniors : 18.09 (117) d  Channel 16.17  (113)
Reserves: 13.19 (097) d Channel 06.03 (039)

                                                   Congratulations to Paul Brooks - 250 games.


Paul Brooks captained the reserves in his 250th game for the University Football Club, which will also see him Awarded Life Membership to the Old Scholars Football Association.

Brooksy played his first game for the Rainbows in 1997, going on to win Best First Year Player. His performances in that season and the following two were of such a high standard that it resulted in his selection for the TUFC team of the 90ís. Regularly finishing in the top few places in the clubs best and fairest award, including the runner up in the 2009 B&F, he also received the Most Consistent Award on two occasions and the converted Knucka Rundle Award in 2009. He was also awarded TUFC Life Membership in the same year. Brooksy was also on the committee for a number of years and always played important off field roles on game day when injured.

Brooksy is considered a true legend of this club and is held in the utmost respect by all so we hope you can make it to a presentation for him next week and celebrate this remarkable milestone.




Brooksie of old.....


A presentation was made by EJ Burgess at the end of the Round 13 St Virgils game



Back to the game.... 

Two wins for the day and a real thriller for the Seniors