GRIFFITH NOTES: "The Aussie Ruler" June 3, 1962 - No. 7

By Neil Griggs: Leeton proved too good last Sunday, but the further losses to John Anderson, John Snaidero and Kevin Luhrs found the re-organised line-up unable to really settle down.

Jim Fielder had his first game of the season and, although a little out of touch, should regain his place in the firsts.

Doug Koehler and Jack Kloot also made their first appearance of the year, and the run with the seconds should benefit them greatly in their battle back to the first XVIII.

Norm Munro turned in his best game to date and we can probably look for some good efforts from this neat player in future games.

The second XVIII must be proving somewhat of an enigma to coach Jim Eley as, despite some good impressive training, they cannot reproduce those efforts in games. But perhaps they will come good and have Jim smiling once again.

Don Pannan turned in a grand effort to win last week's best second XVIII player, while his older brother, Colin, after an absence of two years, indicated with some bright play that he could soon be back in the firsts.

Best wishes to the SWDFL team in Sydney, especially our own reps - Len Sexton, Allan Hudson and Bill Biron. 

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