Chris Atkins and Scott McCormack are returning to Kyabram Football Club next season.November 14, 2012 4:22am
Two of Kyabram Football Club’s favourite sons — Chris Atkins and Scott McCormack — will be back at Bomberland next season.
McCormack will take over as reserves coach, while Atkins will add much-needed experience to the young senior team. Both played with Nathalia in the Murray League last season.
KFNC vice-president and chief recruiting officer Peter Croxford said it was great for his club to welcome back two players of the calibre of Chris and Scott.
‘‘They will bring a wealth of experience and will be great mentors for the many young players we have coming through our ranks at present,’’ Croxford said.
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