Kyabram supporters can get a glimpse of the new-look Bombers at a Christmas barbecue tonight.December 19, 2012 4:09am
Kyabram Football Netball Club supporters keen to get a glimpse of the new-look Bombers are invited to a Christmas barbecue this evening from 6
Supporters can watch training and meet new and returning players as well as catch up with friends and enjoy some Christmas cheer.
KFNC president John Bacon said the Bombers are on the move this season and he is urging supporters to get on board early.
Dynamic onballer-midfielder Simon Seddon and experienced utility Josh Linton have committed to a return to the Bombers next season.
Brett Davis and Beau Reynolds are the exciting new signings as the Bombers build on their inexperienced but talented young ranks in a bid to return to finals football.
Also returning to the fold are Chris Atkins, Ricky Shellie, Bernard Weardon and Ryan Emmett.
New to the club is Jordan Briggs, a highly rated 18-year-old from South Australia.
Bacon said the new inclusions would compliment a formidable list of young players who were blooded from the club’s under-18 and under-16 ranks last season.
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