In Depth

Matt Klemke reflects on his career including time as coach of Bushpigs, Culcairn and Henty

Brent Godde
By Brent Godde
Updated October 1 2021 - 9:50am, first published 8:30am
Matt Klemke rates Culcairn's 2007 flag triumph as his career highlight. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

MATT KLEMKE'S parents wouldn't allow him to play football until he was a teenager. But it didn't take long for the skinny Swampie to stamp himself as a talented junior after winning back-to-back thirds best and fairests and also claiming Henty's highest individual honour in the seniors as a 17-year-old. The Henty farmer had coaching stints at Rivcoll, Culcairn and his home club of Henty with the LIons' 2007 flag triumph his crowning glory. Klemke caught-up with The Border Mail's BRENT GODDE.

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