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The Northern Knights are an Australian rules football club playing in the TAC Cup, an under-18 competition in Victoria, Australia. They are based in Preston, representing the northern suburban area of Melbourne.
Justin joined the Northern Knights for the 2017 TAC Cup Season. Justin brings a wealth of experience to the role as a former TAC Cup Premiership Coach of the Oakleigh Chargers. Additionally for 10 years he was the Yarra JFL’s Junior Development Manager and a head coach of their U15 Representative Championship Team.
Brett Potter in his seventh year at the Northern Knights as the Youth Academy Squad Head Coach. Brett brings a wealth of junior football experience as coordinator of the NFL Interleague Program.
Joel Naylor makes his return from a knee injury this week. He has missed since round 3 and says he can’t wait to get back out there.
“I’m really itching to play and get back out there with the boys.”
“It’s been really hard watching from the sidelines so I’m looking forward to making an impact now that I’m back.”
“We need to win to ensure we make the finals so hopefully we can do that this week.”
“Now we just need to finish it off strongly and make a finals push.”
Career outside of footy?
Favourite holiday destination?
Three famous people you’d like to meet?
Favourite Subject at School?
Who would play you in a movie?
Go-to Karaoke Song?If you were down to your last $20 what would you spend it on?
Worst habit?Most Annoying Teammate?
Worst haircut at the Knights?
A trade of some sort
Tom Cruise, Sylvester Stallone, Michael Jordan
‘Achy Breaky Heart’ Billy Ray Cyrus
Biting my nails
The Northern Knights proudly support the TAC and its’ Towards Zero program.
Towards Zero is a vision for a future free of deaths and serious injuries on our roads. It acknowledges that as humans, we make mistakes. But when those mistakes happen on our roads we come off second best, because our bodies aren’t designed to absorb high impact speeds. They never have been and never will be.
That’s why we need to ensure we have a safe road system in place. A system that protects us from our own mistakes and those of others. A system that will change road safety for good.