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Player Profile – Tom ‘Cruise’ McQueen

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Player-Profile-Tom-EJ-9W6A8772Name Tom McQueen

Nickname ‘Cruise’

Number 4  

Eyes Egyptian Blue

Height 180cm

Birthday April 19

Position Halfback

Years in the sport 17

Favourite food Zooper Doopers

Career Highlight Under 18s Grandfinal 2008

Motto I’m a lover not a fighter

If you would like to nominate a player from your team for our Player Profiles, email: onlinesport[at]echo.net.au


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