GRIFFITH NOTES: "The Aussie Ruler" April 15, 1973 - No. 1
By Swan: The 1973 season gets under way today with, we hope, a bang and not a whimper.

With new coaches Trevor Miller and Ralph Todd and new players Terry Bennett, Andy Cook, Norm Anderson and Bob Patterson, the stage is set for a bright year of football, if not a premiership.

Trevor Miller, coming from Jerilderie this year, is the biggest coach the committee has appointed for many years. His ruck work, combined with Todd's pace in the centre of the ground, will be tremendous assets this year.

Their talents were admirably demonstrated in last week's trial game against Jerilderie, with Todd himself gaining 31 touches after half time.

After the games today, there is a social on in the club rooms of the club. All visitors are welcome and music, liquid refreshments and food will be all supplied in abundance.

The trip away for players at the end of the year is being primarily organised by Ian (Waggers) Wade and Roy (Aggy) Agresta.

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