Kyabram Bombers are continuing to recruit new players for the 2013 GVFL season.January 24, 2013 4:47am
Kyabram Football Club’s recruiting for the coming season is continuing with another two new recruits expected to join the club for the 2013 season.
The club’s chief recruiting officer, former club president Peter Croxford, said this week one of the latest recruits had already committed to playing with the Bombers this season and the other was a ‘‘distinct possibility’’ to also join the club.
‘‘They are both talented players who will provide extra depth and versatility for the club,’’ Croxford said yesterday.
The new signings continue the successful recruiting of the Bombers in the new year, after cousins Sam and Tom Sheldon earlier his month confirmed they would play with Kyabram next season.
Kyabram has a tall first-up order to the season’s start, meeting reigning premier Tatura on Saturday, April 6 in the second weekend of a split round which kicks off the new Goulburn Valley Football League season.
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