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Title: ... p80 - David Gillespie Early Memories of Cements' Narromine Days - by Bootshoes

know cement a little better than most , we grew up 2gether in a country town called Narromine.


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I probably know cement a little better than most , we grew up 2gether in a country town called Narromine.

I remember we played centre together on game in a trial match against cobar , was the year after he played aussie schoolboys. Well , on the bus trip 2 cobar , we decided to have a few handburgers, ran on the field , the bastards from cobar were huge.

He couldnt catch a football 2 save himself then , and i was all of 65 kilos , well , we got flogged.

Another time , he came and saw me with a few players from canterbury when i was in hospital. He was shitting bricks , wayne peirce was blowing up about footballers wearing ice hockey pads(shoulder pads), and silly cement had left his in the dressing room ,that day , the pads were retrieved , and the boys denied all.

More than a great footballer , a great bloke , always looked after his mates from the bush no matter how bright his star shined

Appears in the following pages ....P80_David GILLESPIE
Date of posting ... 02-May-2006
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