In Depth

Albury star Daniel Maher reflects on his glittering career

Brent Godde
Updated April 30 2021 - 5:22pm, first published 12:00pm
Picture: MARK JESSER
Picture: MARK JESSER

After winning two best and fairests with home club Benalla and a two-year stint in Perth, Daniel Maher arrived at the Albury Sportsground in 2006. The prized recruit won the Tigers best and fairest in his first season and was appointed co-coach of the O&M powerhouse from 2012-16. The skillful left-footer proved to be a vital cog during the Tigers' dynasty and finished with six flags and 199 matches in the yellow and black. Maher caught-up with The Border Mail's BRENT GODDE during the week.

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Brent Godde

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