Serong, Flanders and more realise AFL dream

Caleb Serong is presented with his new guernsey by his new coach, Justin Longmuir as Fremantle snapped up the classy midfielder with pick eight in the national draft. (Credit AFL Photos/Fremantle Dockers)

Two of the regions top young football talents have realized a childhood dream, with Caleb Serong and Sam Flanders both being drafted in the first round of the AFL National Draft on Wednesday night. Caleb was first to come off

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Flanders flies into top five contention

Gippslander Sam Flanders has flown into top five contention after a stellar season for the Gippsland Power.

When you mention the country town of Fish Creek, it’s usually in conjunction with looking for a place to stop on the way down to Wilsons Prom. However, this November, the tiny town’s name could be lit up in a

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Serong set for draft

Warragul’s Caleb Serong was named MVP for Vic Country team in the recent AFL Under 18 Championships grand final.

Warragul local Caleb Serong is expected to be picked in the top 10 in the AFL Draft in November. He might even be picked in the top five. He was named MVP for the Vic Country team in Wednesday’s loss

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Noah drafted to Bombers

At home in Drouin after the national draft is the Gown family Anthony, Ella, Will, Noah (with his Gippsland Power best and fairest award), Jacob and Lisa.

The Gown household in Drouin was a mixture of AFL followers including Carlton, Melbourne and Hawthorn but on a cold wet footy style day on Friday red and black was the colour of the moment when Noah was drafted to

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