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Dew to lead U16's in 2013

 

By Peter Argent 
Williamstown resident and state under 15 player last year Brendan Dew was appointed captain of the Central District under 16s side for the 2013 campaign. 
Dew, a player with balance, poise and excellent skill execution, is expected to play in the mid field this year and is also prime candidate to go away the SA under 16s side in July. 
The Central District under 16s starts its abridged eight match minor round this Sunday at the Ponderosa (Playford Alive Oval. Elizabeth) in a game against Woodville-West Torrens, starting at 11.40 am.  
“Brendan is natural leader,” his coach Richard Cochrane, who will coach his first game for the club on Sunday, said 
“On the track, during game day and in his preparations, Brendan is focused on getting the best results.  
 “He leads by actions, but also used his voice and is a good club man
“While Brendan is focused on getting the best from himself, he always got the teams interests at heart 
“Importantly he also contributes strongly at training sessions. 
“Our vice captains are Damian Nangle from Barossa District along  with Josh Richardson who is originally from Salisbury North, but playing for Eastern Park this year.”   
While Dew is Williamstown based he played his underage football with Tea Tree Gully before moving across to the Bulldogs. 
He is the son of respected Barossa, Light and Gawler umpire Ian Dew. 

By Peter Argent 

Williamstown resident and state under 15 player last year Brendan Dew was appointed captain of the Central District under 16s side for the 2013 campaign. 

Dew, a player with balance, poise and excellent skill execution, is expected to play in the mid field this year and is also prime candidate to go away the SA under 16s side in July. 

The Central District under 16s starts its abridged eight match minor round this Sunday at the Ponderosa (Playford Alive Oval. Elizabeth) in a game against Woodville-West Torrens, starting at 11.40 am.  

“Brendan is natural leader,” his coach Richard Cochrane, who will coach his first game for the club on Sunday, said 

“On the track, during game day and in his preparations, Brendan is focused on getting the best results.  

 “He leads by actions, but also used his voice and is a good club man

“While Brendan is focused on getting the best from himself, he always got the teams interests at heart 

“Importantly he also contributes strongly at training sessions. 

“Our vice captains are Damian Nangle from Barossa District along  with Josh Richardson who is originally from Salisbury North, but playing for Eastern Park this year.” 

While Dew is Williamstown based he played his underage football with Tea Tree Gully before moving across to the Bulldogs. 

He is the son of respected Barossa, Light and Gawler umpire Ian Dew. 

Dew in action for CDFC, in this instance being tackled by an Eagles Opponent. Photo Peter Argent/PLA Media Freeland Photojournalist

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