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Robert "Robbie" Kerr (born 19 March 1967) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with North Melbourne and the Sydney Swans in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Kerr was recruited to North Melbourne from Corpus Christie. He made three appearances for North Melbourne in both the 1987 and 1988 seasons.
After playing for Brunswick in 1989, Kerr was picked up by Sydney in the 1990 Pre-Season Draft. [mehr][weniger]
On The Outskirts Of The Ancient Town Of Ribe, On The Danish North
Seacoast, A Wooden Bridge Spanned The Nibs River When I Was A Boy--A
Frail Structure, With Twin Arches Like The Humps Of A Dromedary,
For Boats To Go Under. Upon It My Story Begins. The Bridge Is Long
Since Gone. The Grass-Grown Lane That Knew Our Romping Feet Leads
Nowhere Now. But In My Memory It Is All As It Was That Day Nearly
Forty Years Ago, And It Is Always Summer There. The Bees Are Droning
Among The Forget-Me-Nots That Grow Along Shore, And The Swans Arch
Their Necks In The Limpid Stream. The Clatter Of The Mill-Wheel
Down At The Dam Comes Up With Drowsy Hum; The Sweet Smells Of Meadow
And Field Are In The Air. On The Bridge A Boy And A Girl Have Met. [mehr][weniger]
William Andrew "Will" Sangster (born 11 October 1978) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with theSydney Swans in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Sangster played his junior football at East Malvern and made TAC Cup appearances for the Prahran Dragons.
He was selected by Sydney with pick 33 in the 1996 National Draft.
A ruckman, Sangster made his debut against Hawthorn in round seven of the 1999 AFL season. He played his only other game the following week, against Geelong, sharing the ruck duties with Adam Goodes.
He later played for the Noble Park Football Club. [mehr][weniger]