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LEAGUE 

1 Luke Harrowfield

3 Jacob Rance

6 Josh Ritter

7 Johnny Boras

8 Dylan Hollitt (vc)

10 Brad Oats

11 Jamie Honner

12 Mitchell Lienert

13 Lachlan Marsh

14 Sean Samblich

15 Louis DeMichele(c)

16 Angus Day

18 Nathan Daish

19 Ryan Farnham

20 Jack Laube

22 Ash Tunbridge

23 Harley Montgomery

24 James Clarke (c)

25 Aiden Morrell

27 Dwayne Wilson

29 Scott McMahon

37 Cooper Anderson

48 Kyle Dalitz


RESERVES

4 Ash Temby

5 Khian Rigney Smith

12 Mitch Lienert

18 Kyle Daish

214 James McLaren

26 Jake Hamilton

28 Nathan Wright

30 Lachlan Daniels

31 Sam Mobbs

33 Kyle Downs

34 Tyson Eldridge

36 Keelan White

38 Daniel Leahy

39 Austin Johns

41 John Vogan

42 Brock Reu

43 Brayden Martin

45 Ayden Hall

46 Reece Waltrovitz

49 Michael Farnham 

50 Clinton DeMichele

51 Grant Hansen

52 Campbell Ballard

55 Braedon McNicol

56 Will Leonard

57 Louis Paech

 

 

 

 

Julie's Interviews

JACK ROBINSON (Robbo)

Jack is returning to Imperials this year after a 4 year break in Roxby Downs. He is a born and bread Blue Boy and happy to be home. Not very big in stature, his speed and skills will certainly see him vying for a spot in the midfield.

AGE : 25

OCCUPATION : Plumber at Platinum Plumbing

FAMILY : Girlfriend Kayla Dolling

INTERESTS OUTSIDE OF FOOTY : Surfing, golf and travelling

FAVOURITE BAND : The Smith Street Band

FAVOURITE FOOD : Italian

FOOTBALL PLAYING HISTORY : I started playing footy at age 10 with Imperials. I played here until I was 20, then moved to Roxby for work. I have played for East Roxby for the last 4 years.

FOOTBALL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS : The highlight of my career was winning a Senior Colts premiership at Imperials in 2008

MOST INFLUENTIAL COACH OR ROLE MODEL: Steve Sumner, Cam Faulkner

FAVOURITE POSITION : Midfield/ forward


 

SCOTT McMAHON

AGE : 31OCCUPATION : Gas meter reader

FAMILY : Wife, Desiree 
Daughter Jayda, 6
Son Noah, 4

INTERESTS OUTSIDE OF FOOTY : Playing hide and seek

FAVOURITE BAND : Hanson 

FAVOURITE FOOD/DRINK : Chicken parmy and a beer

FOOTBALL PLAYING HISTORY : I started in the under 7's and played all my juniors with the CMS Crows on the York Peninsula. From 2002-2004 I played at Woodville West Torrens in the SANFL. I was then drafted to North Melbourne and played there from 2005- 2015. In 20016 I returned to SANFL and was lucky to win 2 flags with Sturt.

FOOTBALL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS : My 1st and 100th AFL games were exciting and games I will never forget. Another highlight was playing in a final against Hawthorn in front of 85 thousand people. Of course winning 2 flags with Sturt is also up there with special career moments.

TOUGHEST OPPONENT : Steve Johnson from Geelong would be the toughest player I have played against. He was tough vocally and could back it up with the way he played.

MOST INFLUENTIAL COACH : John Lamont, former development coach at North Melbourne and Werribee coach.

POSITION PLAYED : Wherever the coach puts me.

INTERESTING FACT ABOUT SCOTT: Scott is also a very talented basketballer, and represented SA Country before he was drafted. He played in the same team as our very own Phil Smith.


JOHNNY BORAS (Jay Bee)

AGE: Old enough

OCCUPATION : Electrician

FAMILY : Girlfriend Leonie Gundlack 
Would like to fill our home with 15 kids, 8 dogs, 2 cats and an alpaca called Toby

INTERESTS OUTSIDE OF FOOTY : Competitive sightseeing, over 60's judo, goanna pull world champs

FAVOURITE BAND : Rubber, Fresh til Death

FAVOURITE FOOD/ DRINK : Chicken parmy and bundy

FOOTBALL PLAYING HISTORY : North Adelaide 2007-2014, Torrens Valley 2015-2017

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS : Kicked 148 goals in 16 games in U15's
Got one of the best abusive sprays ever from Andrew Jarman

MOST INFLUENTIAL COACH OR ROLE MODEL : Dale Eichner and Josh Francou

FAVOURITE POSITION : On top

Johnny is a strong forward player, but likes to think he is a utility

WORDS OF WISDOM : Finals bound - kick it to Boras


BRAD LIENERT (Sticks)
Built like a praying mantis, don't underestimate Brad's ability to take a strong mark and kick goals. One of the few young players who has been injury free, we look forward to a good season from Brad. Another born and bred Blue Boy who's heart lies at Imperials.
AGE : 21
OCCUPATION : Banker
FAMILY : Under new management
INTERESTS OUTSIDE OF FOOTY : Fortnite, fishing, lifting weights (can you tell?)
FAVOURITE BAND : Slipknot
FAVOURITE FOOD/ DRINK : Pickled onions and port and coke
FOOTBALL PLAYING HISTORY : Started playing at Imperials at age 7. Have also played for Raukkan Swans in the State Aboriginal Carnival 
FOOTBALL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS : Kicking 8 goals against Jervois in the 2016 A Grade elimination final would be my biggest highlight.
My A grade debut in 2015 against Jervois was also a highlight
MOST INFLUENTIAL COACH OR ROLE MODEL : Ben Trenorden, my first coach
Wombat was influential in my drinking habits
Steve Sumner Snr 
FAVOURITE POSITION : Ruck rover 


JACOB RANCE (Ranger)
Jacob is a born and bred Blue Boy who was lucky to play his juniors under the regn of Steve Sumner Snr. He works hard in the midfield and through defense and is a reliant team member. Jacob can always be seen wearing his signature zinc stripe across his nose, sun smart, play smart.
AGE : 23
OCCUPATION : Teacher at Mypolonga Primary School
INTERESTS OUTSIDE OF FOOTY : Fishing, camping, surfing
FAVOURITE BAND : Red Hot Chilli Peppers 
FAVOURITE FOOD: Lasagna
FOOTBALL PLAYING HISTORY: I started playing at Imperials in 2003 when I was 9 and have played through the grades.
FOOTBALL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS : 4 Junior premierships
My first A grade game against Meningie
MOST INFLUENTIAL COACH OR ROLE MODEL : Steve Sumner Snr 
Phil Rance who had the ability of marking his own kicks
POSITION PLAYED : Defender/ midfield