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Moorabbin to me

The Club means so much to so many and the vast majority of these memories have been produced while the saints have called Linton St home.

I feel blessed to have so many of my own childhood memories running around the old clubrooms and disco as my Dad would be in the board room. Kick to kick with Harvs and Burkey in the change rooms before scones at half time in the Halo's. The whole family @ St Kilda during the 80's and 90's evoked such a warm heart.

Now as a bloke in my mid 20's my more recent thoughts of the mighty Moorabbin or now Linen House Oval are of massive crowds watching the boys in there final training sessions before that ever eluding last week in September or bloody October. And still kick to kick with Harvs in the change rooms. Great news he is back on a coaching level.

I respect each passionate Sainter supporter I have met along each step of my journey with the red, white and black. For you long term die hard fans hang in there as painful as they are there is no better outfit in the league to follow.

I want to take this oppurtunity to acknowledge each supporter that gave so much to the saints and my dad Gordon Duncan for his relentess and enduring commitment to making the Club a competitive force in recent years.

Carn the mighty Sainters