In Depth

Craig Millar reflects on the 2005 grand final between Myrtleford and Lavington

Brent Godde
Updated April 16 2021 - 1:37pm, first published 1:00pm

CRAIG 'FUNKY' MILLAR may have only spent the one season at McNamara Reserve in 2005 but he left a lasting impression. The former Tassie Devil won the Doug Strang medal with Myrtleford after booting 89 goals. He also went agonisingly close to becoming a premiership player with the Saints only to be cruelly denied by a goal after the siren from the boot of Lavington hero Darryn McKimmie. Millar started his new role as the general manager of the O&M this week and caught-up with The Border Mail's BRENT GODDE.

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