After playing for the school and under 19s, MHSOB’s Tim Harper made his senior debut in A Grade in round 1 of 2002. Since then he has played mainly as a key backman and ruckman, with career highlights including the 2004 C-Grade premiership, 2010 senior Best and Fairest and MHS team of the decade for the 2000s. Tim has also placed in the B&F on other occasions and he has been a committee member for five years. Luke was the Senior vice-captain for three seasons.
Aquinas’ Daniel Zuccon has been the general of the reserves backline for many years and dominates the air with superior reading of the play. Many would argue Daniel’s greatest asset is the growth on his upper lip, however he is best known for his precision kicking out of the backline. A great team man, Daniel is the clubs go to guy for all technology and has contributed equally well off and on field.
MHSOB’s Kris McDonald joined the club in 2005 and has provided years of value in the form of on and off-field contributions. Kris has put in countless hours on the club committee as Treasurer and organiser of social functions. It is, however, his on-field performance that has raised eyebrows in 2012. In his 100th game in round 11, Knackers amassed 38 possessions in a best-on-ground performance that brought the team victory and earned him a whopping 154 supercoach points.
Richmond Central’s Adam Fiske followed his brother Simon to the club in 2007, and quickly established himself as a quality senior player. A key member of our grand final side last year, the notable features of his game are his appetite for hard work, and his hunger for the contest. Adam is also a much-respected and popular clubman off the ground.
Yarra Valley’s Jack Hall characteristic dash with twists and turns through the forward line delights many spectators.
MHSOB’s Jarrod Sherwin started with the club as an Under 19s player in 2007, and since then, has matured into a solid senior contributor. Gifted by foot and with plenty of pace, Jarrod adds a Dal-Santo-esque touch of class to the midfield.
MHSOB’s Mark Ham started with the club in 2007 in the Under 19’s. Since commencing he has developed into a solid on-baller who never gives up. Tough as nails, Mark’s relentless approach and strong tackling make him an asset to the club. He also has the ability to kick goals when rested up forward.
MHSOB’s Adam Jones came to the club in 2009 and he soon shook this tag and became an integral part of the MHSOBFC community. Sometimes also referred to as ‘Bucks’, Jonesy is a half back/wingman with a devastating right boot, and an allergy to handballing.
Richmond Central’s Dylan Nicholson is a dashing wingman, with his run and carry and precise delivery has been a feature in our senior side for the last three seasons. Dylan’s pace on the field is only surpassed by his dashes to the dancefloor.
THE AMATEUR FOOTBALLER 2012