Brendan Fevola speaking at a press conference announcing his appointment to the coaching role of the O & M interleague squad. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK3.03PM: The Ovens and Murray is set to unleash a forward line filled with former AFL stars after naming its interleague training squad on Wednesday.
Coach Brendan Fevola is poised to line-up alongside former Carlton teammate Setanta O’hAilpin and St Kilda 200-gamer Justin Koschitzke in attack, with ex-Richmond high flyer Kayne Pettifer also expected to play against the Hampden league on May 24.
League heavyweights Albury and Yarrawonga each had eight players picked in the squad.
Fevola said he was more than happy with what he had at his disposal.
“It should be a real spectacle,” Fevola told The Border Mail.
“It’s an exciting group and that’s the sort of footy we want to play.
“It was bloody hard picking the squad, I’ll tell you that.”
ALBURY: Lonnie Hampton, Chris Hyde, Daniel Maher, Setanta O’hAilpin, Brayden O’Hara, Luke Packer, Dean Polo, Joel Mackie.
COROWA-RUTHERGLEN: Jamie Seymour.
LAVINGTON: Brant Dickson, Myles Aalbers, Adam Flagg, Justin Koschitzke, Luke Garland, Adam Prior, Matt Pendergast, James Saker.
MYRTLEFORD: Brad Murray.
NORTH ALBURY: Jarrah Maksymow.
WANGARATTA: Matt Grossman, Judd Porter.
WANGARATTA ROVERS: Jamie Sheahan, Daniel Archer, Tyson Hartwig.
WODONGA RAIDERS: Jack Di Mizio, Dean Limbach, Steven Jolliffe.
YARRAWONGA: Drew Barnes, Craig Ednie, Brendan Fevola, Tim Cooper, Brad O’Connor, Kayne Pettifer, Xavier Leslie, Brandon Symes.
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