'Scooter' reluctantly pushes off from Murray Bombers due to work commitments.ZACH HUBBER February 1, 2013 4:37am
Echuca midfielder Scott McGlone will not play with the Murray Bombers in 2013 due to work commitments in Melbourne.
The reigning club and best and fairest played 34 matches with Echuca in the past two years after returning to his junior side from South Australian National Football League side Sturt.
McGlone played a combined 127 SANFL games for Sturt and South Adelaide, where he won the club best and fairest in 2007.
Echuca coach Cam Stewart said McGlone left with the best wishes of the club and would always be welcome back to the fold.
Meanwhile, fellow midfielder Axel Childs has joined Kyabram.
Childs has played senior football with the Murray Bombers since 2009, but made the move to play alongside good friend and former teammate Tom Sheldon.
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