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Player Profile – Grant Carey

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Grant Carey Brunswick SLSC. Photo Eve Jeffery

Name Grant Carey

Nickname Forest

Eyes Green

Age  51

Height 180cm

Birthday  August 27

Favourite colour  Black

Years in the sport  15

Favourite food Pizza (homemade by his wonderful wife)

Recent Highlight Grant is proudly wearing the medal that he won at QLD state titles in March. He came third in the Masters 2km beach run in the 50–54 male age group.

Motto  To be a winner you need to be a good loser.

 

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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