Jerry calls Kindra Park Home

It’s probably taken about ten years of friendly asking, but the Coolamon Rovers Football and Netball Club can finally welcome Jeremiah Maslin to the Hoppers for the 2019 season.

Jerry (22) is a midfielder / forward who burst onto the local football scene as a super talented junior in his schooling days at Mater Dei College where he was captain of its winning 2014 Carroll Cup side and achieved the rare accomplishment of being voted player of the series two years running in that competition. Jerry also made his senior debut for Wagga Tigers and made a big impression before unfortunately going down with a badly broken leg after six games. 

A super talented musician and soon to be brother-in-law of Jake Barrett, Jerry has been living and working in Brisbane and has now made the move back home. 

After close to four years away from the game, Jerry is super excited to take to the field again. He’s primed for a huge pre-season campaign and has an attitude that will see him set a ferocious standard for the Club during the next few months. Jerry’s a seriously competitive trainer and player and seeing him slip on the green jumper is going to be massive for the Hoppers in the coming season. In fact, if you check the pic, he looks at home in green, coupled with the classic Coolamon tradie / farmer tan, proving he’s already fitting in perfectly!!

Welcome to the Hoppers and all the best for the season Jerry!

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