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Great Flinders Football League
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Eyre United Snapshot

Updated: Mar 20, 2023

Clifford Warrior is the big recruit for Eyre United as he will also be assistant coach in the A Grade, along with Raheem Betts, Marcus Liddell and Kingsley Ware. Whilst Kobe Vlassco & Jake Swalue have departed for Boston Tigers, and Ross Kearsley for Henley Sharks. IN

Clifford Warrior returning from Mallee Park Peckers (played for Eyre United in 2017 & 2018)

Alex Boehm coming from Sedan-Cambrai

Raheem Betts returning from Mallee Park (played in 2016 Eyre United colts premiership)

Marcus Liddell returning from Mallee Park (played 2016-2018)

Kingsley Ware coming from Koonibba

Jonah Fatchen returning from Dalwallinu


Kobe Vlassco going to Boston Tigers

Jake Swalue going to Boston Tigers

Ross Kearsley going to Henley Sharks

Players on the Rise

Lachlan Gale had a breakout season in 2021. He made his first Mortlock Shield side and also won the club's best & fairest award. The Saints are going to need players like Lachy to make further improvements to their game if they're going to be competitive in 2022.

Elijah Foster makes his senior debut for Eyre United (he played Senior Colts as well in 2021). Elijah developed nicely in the games he played in 2021, and he will be one to watch in 2022 as he develops further and takes the next steps with his game. Look out for him impacting more contest around the ground and utilising his endurance running. He should be an asset in the air as well as along the ground.

Raheem Betts makes a welcome return to Eyre United and is one of their 2016 Colts premiership players. He has gained a lot of strength and experience since then and will bring a competitive edge to their midfield. His silky skills and elusive running will be a feature.

2021 Performance

A GRADE finished 7th

Best & Fairest: Lachlan Gale

Runner up Best & Fairest: Jordan Telfer

B GRADE finished 7th

Best & Fairest: Roger Snodgrass

Runner up Best & Fairest: Brayden Ainsworth

COLTS finished 2nd

Best & Fairest: Ethan Pugsley

Runner up Best & Fairest: Brody Stratford

MINI COLTS finished 7th

Best & Fairest:

Runner up Best & Fairest:

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