MSE best come together

The Mid South East Football League has named an initial 45-man training squad for the upcoming South East Zone Carnival.

The MSEFL side will meet the Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League on Saturday, June 11 and will enjoy the home-ground advantage with the contest taking place at the Kongorong Football Club.

The squad is led by experienced interleague representative Ben McGregor and will be trimmed down following the group’s training session at Glencoe on Wednesday.

McGregor has been extremely pleased with the response received from both senior coaches and players keen to put their hands up to represent the MSEFL.

Each week he will be in regular contact with his selectors and coaches, discussing teams and better players in the lead up to ensure the MSEFL are fielding in form players with the desire and commitment on the park.

The likes of Harry Evans, Elliot Modra and Aaron Lightbody hope to enjoy the privilege of representing their league on their home ground Kongorong.

They will be accompanied by Glencoe pair Dylan Childs and Patrick Mitchell.

Current ladder leader Kalangadoo has plenty of players in the running with Ben Gregory, Mitch Lowe, Tye McManus, Andrew Stone, Michael Krieger, Lachy Jones, Patrick Davies, Sam McManus and James Pratt all in the squad.

Hatherleigh also has plenty of players in the mix with Jordan Galpin, Jack Skeer, Jake Dowdy, Joe Ferguson-Lane, Will Chay, Mark Marriott, Lewis Walker and Sam Gray

Josh Wallis, Sam Wallis, Josh Fiebig Wil Bowering and Jack Muhovics will be leading the Mozzies charge, while Jake McKeon, Joel Virtanen, Andrew Hyland and Luke Thomson will be marching into the session for the Nangwarry Saints.

Mark Smith, Tim Sullivan, Kev Thomson and Wade Chant are the Port MacDonnell premiership players vying for representative


Robe’s Tom Wachtel, Sam Clements, Jasper Barritt and Harry McInnes could also feature, while Tantanoola is also featured through Jack Dawe, Jak Ryan, Roy Osborne, Jordan Hatt and Troy Hatt.

Next week further interleague trainings will be held at Hatherleigh and Kongorong where the MSEFL will be fine tuning preparations ahead of the big game.

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