Coolum Beach product Julian Wilson says he’s benefiting from the guidance of former world tour stalwart Luke Egan.
“He’s a really intimidating force on the field and he’s great to have out with you. He’s a really good footballer.”
They’ve featured in finals for the past six seasons, winning two of the past three, and they will continue to have lofty ambitions.
“I’m not really overthinking my game. I’m just trusting it and playing.”
“It’s great for him to finish his career at home and give something back to the Sunshine Coast.”
She came off the bench to replace Liz Watson with about 2min to go in the second quarter.
He’s played in the Maroochydore seniors in the south-east Queensland Division 1 competition for the past two years, featuring in grand final-winning and losing teams.
Midcourter showed some encouraging signs during the contest but the Diamonds lead evaporated in the last quarter.
Noosa Heads ironwoman claimed victory in the gruelling race.