About the author

His boyhood dream was to be a champion footballer and cricketer. He fell spectacularly short. But he still retains a fervent love of all sports.

4 thoughts on “About the author

  1. stephen paganoni

    Great story abut Rhodesy just wondering if you could help me my father Cecil Paganoni was a champion footballer in the upper murray leauge an the tallangata leauge but I cant seem to find any info about him sadly he died in 2006 I am trying to find info on him

  2. Garry Knight

    Hi KB.
    You want remember me but I played a bit of cricket with United (Greh Rosser is my cousin). Even tried to play football at Moyhu when you were coach but as a footballer I was a very good golfer.
    I now live in Wodonga and this year have joine dthe Bulldogs as I used to work with Hards as a Financial Adviser (now retired). He is a top fella and I thought I should give him a hand.
    I actually re-met Boxer McGee on Wednesday as he is at the “kennel” to.
    Thanks for the great artcile. I am the editor for the Bulldogs facebook page so have copied the link there.
    I will be at WJ Findlay tomorrow too, doing time keeping for the reserves.

  3. Bruce Anderson

    Hello KB,
    I have just read your story on Nick Morris who I have been catching up with in recent times. Tomorrow night he is speaking at the Dafydd Lewis Scholarship Annual dinner, which is a scholarship which provides financial support for state school boys to go to Uni. Your article is a cracker and provided information for me to introduce him tomorrow night.
    I recall vividly how with Geoff Welch and Laurie Burt we set about recruiting Nick for the Rovers and our rebuild. Remember that group of kids we recruited because we set about getting young men of talent and character. We were blessed. Robbie Walker, The Wilson boys, Matt Allen, Robby Hickmott and I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few. Imagine if Nick had been in this group too.
    Thanks for the article and all the fabulous memories of being part of Wang rovers FC.
    Bruce Anderson

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