In Depth

Tony Heather reflects on his time at North Albury and Albury before heading bush

Brent Godde
Updated January 8 2021 - 11:55pm, first published 5:15pm
Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE
Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

With his long blonde locks, Tony Heather looked more like a surfie than a footballer. But make no mistake, Heather could play. After more than 180 O&M matches with North Albury and Albury including finishing runner-up in the Tigers' best and fairest twice, Heather headed bush. A Barton medal as well as runner-up in the Azzi were just some of his highlights during his time at South Albury, Brocklesby, East Lavington and Howlong. Heather caught-up with The Border Mail's BRENT GODDE.

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Brent Godde

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