Dunneworthy made their second season decider in succession but yet again have come up second, losing 5-3 to Touche in the 2006 Albert Park C Grade Grand Final.
At 6 PM on the third of June at the Melrose Institue, Peter Shaw had a BBQ 30 years in the making. Many friends and team mates where there including most of the Dunneworthy team.My cousin took a few shots of the night, although it would appear they are mostly of him and his mates, … Continue reading “Pete’s 30th”
The 2006 Grand Final at Royal Park was an eagerly awaited contest by both teams. Scored, looking for back to back premiership success, had overcome Phantoms in the semi final. Whilst the perrenial semi-finalist Dunneworthy had overcome Oscar in a thrilling drop off.Dunneworthy looking to go one better this year went ahead early with a … Continue reading “Scored outclass Dunneworthy”
On the 21st of December Dunneworthy had its last games for 2005 against old rivals Lone Rangers. Dunneworthy continued its recent run of good form chalking up a 10-3 win. Including a haul of 6 by Peter Shaw who promises he will “definitely share the ball around more in the future”.A gallery some of the … Continue reading “Finishing 2005 in style”
Dunneworthy made their second season decider in succession but yet again have come up second, losing 5-3 to Touche in the 2006... https://shawfactor.com/b/1Q
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Peter Shaw has been involved in touch since 2001 when he returned from playing semi professional rugby in England. He is the president and founder of Princes Park Touch Association View all posts by Peter Shaw