Q: No doubt a proud moment last weekend to notch your 200 match milestone with the Hawks?
A: It's my home club and I love the place so it was a huge honour to get the milestone.
Q: Your role has changed since starting out as a goal sneak in your younger days?
A: I used to love trying to kick a snag but these days I try to utilise my pace from defence and try to break a few lines.
Q: You had a crack at the O&M a decade ago with stints at Albury and Lavington?
A: I played around 20 senior matches at the Sportsground in 2009-10 under Paul Spargo. I also had a stint at Lavington in 2012.
Q: You have won four flags with the Hawks, can you add to that tally this season and who do you regard as your three most talented players you have seen in the brown and gold?
A: It's definitely right up there with one of the most talented lists that we have had on paper. It's just a matter of producing our best footy in September. The best three players would be Leigh Cameron, Jason Bartel and Travis Knight.
Q: Who is the worst kick in the side?
A: Tim Kindellan is fast earning the reputation as the turnover king of Kiewa.
SATURDAY, JUNE 26
Kiewa SC v Mitta United
Rutherglen v Dederang MB
Yackandandah v Chiltern
Thurgoona v Wahgunyah
Beechworth v barnawartha
Tallangatta v Wodonga Saints
Who would have predicted at the start of the season that Chiltern and Yackandandah would occupy the top two spots on the ladder? The stakes are high with the winner firming their grip on a top-three finish and the loser under mounting pressure for the prized double chance in finals. Chiltern will start slight favourites on exposed form but the Roos won't lack any confidence after claiming the prized scalp of Tallangatta last week.
Verdict: Chiltern by 10 points
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