Echuca's Matt Pollock is the only Murray Bomber selected in the starting interleague squad.GEORDIE COWAN May 9, 2014 3:04am
Matt Pollock is Echuca’s only senior representative in the Goulburn Valley Football League’s 36-strong interleague squad.
Simon Buckley was not included after only making his first appearance this year on Saturday, but coach Travis Ryan has not ruled out additions to the squad.
Rochester gun forward Grant Weeks was also not named in the squad, with only Brendon Hollow and Nick Knight included, while four players have been named from Kyabram.
The squad trains at Kings Park in Seymour Wednesday night, before a final training session at Deakin on May 21.
The Murray Bombers have a better contingent in the under 18 squad, with Clayton Holmes, Jack Monigatti, Mitch Hore and Richard Tonizzo among those vying for selection in the 38-strong squad, while Daniel Hamilton is the only Rochester representative.
The GVFL will play Ballarat on Saturday, May 24.
Seniors, Benalla: Luke Morgan, Nick Warnock, Lachlan Smith, Joshua Marchbank, Will Martiniello, Jake Pallpratt, Alistair Jacka, Ryan Colbert; Echuca: Matt Pollock; Euroa: Nathan Gilliland, William Hayes; Kyabram: Jason Morgan, Tom Sheldon, Liam Ogden, Nick Coulstock; Mansfield: Adam Boshevski, Nick Gray; Mooroopna: Daniel Lewis; Rochester: Brendon Hollow, Nick Knight; Seymour: Brett Meredith, Matt O’Keefe; Shepparton Daniel Willis, Ashley Holland; Shepparton Swans: Dan Lovick, Brodie A’Vard, Andrew Riordan, Justin Maddern, Quade Johnstone, Michael Tinkler; Shepparton United: Tim Looby, Brad Henderson, Matt Di Bella; Tatura: Shannon Broadbent, Thomas Sullivan, Billy Lovel.
Under 18s, Benalla: Thomas O’Brien, Zach Pallpratt; Echuca: Clayton Holmes, Jack Monigatti, Mitchell Hore, Richard Tonizzo; Euroa: David Mole, Max Gleeson, Nate Trotter, Robert Staff; Kyabram: Coby O’Neill, Kyle Mueller, Sean Dillon; Mansfield: Lachlan Christopher, Scott Markwick, William Chiller; Mooroopna: Alex Tattersall, Clayton Oliver, Cody Tancred, Dean Smith, Jake Cormick, Liam Betson, Matthew Deane, Rhys McKenzie; Rochester: Daniel Hamilton; Seymour: Kyle Winter-Irving; Shepparton: Jake Allen, Julius Battista, Miles Rowlands, Riley Michel; Shepparton Swans: Aidan Maher, James Bennett, Josh Wild, Toa Tautala, Wiek Dang; Shepparton United: Beau Caia, Matthew Cordy; Tatura: Brayden McGregor.
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