GRIFFITH NOTES: "The Aussie Ruler" September 13, 1964 - No. 20
By Neil Griggs: Len Sexton has been kept busy the past couple of weeks acknowledging congratulations on his Gammage Medal and T.V. award wins. The telegram boys were also busy delivering messages of congratulations to Len and, of many, the one he most appreciated came from duel runner-up, Bernie Sculley.
Our congratulations to Geoff "Choco" Johnson (Narrandera) on his outstanding effort to annex the Lanham Medal.
With no game to last Sunday, Peter Morris let the players off with a light run Wednesday week, and it was followed by a steak night and a couple of gifts "niners". It was back to work again, however, on the Friday and, with three training sessions this past week, all players should be raring to go at Whitton today.
Bob Little has kept on training solidly despite his injury and is confident of taking the field against Ganmain, but will have to convince the selectors he has fully recovered.
Don Best has also been training brightly and he seems certain to be back in the team at Whitton. Last Sunday's semi-final was a little disappointing, but the wet, greasy conditions were against good football.