As one of this year’s most favoured AFL draft prospects, Cameron Taheny’s star is certainly on the rise.
Father Adam Crouch MGL was raised on a farm in the Adelaide Hills and attended Rostrevor College before embarking on a football career with Norwood, Port Power and Sydney Swans. Now a priest in Sydney, he is continuing to use his footy skills as Debbie Cramsie reports.
Like most boys his age, David Wark played football and tennis during his younger days at Christian Brothers College, but didn’t really pursue them beyond school. Little did he realise at the time that sport would have such a lasting impact on his life.
At 23, Jenna McCormick quite literally has the world at her feet. The accomplished soccer player is heading home to Adelaide to play for the Lady Reds in the national league, and early next year will switch codes to be part of the Crows women’s football team which is striving for back to back premierships.
Trade school students from Adelaide’s northern suburbs will have an opportunity to use their skills to provide vital assistance to communities in Cambodia next month.