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Alan Poore on SEN tonight

Dual Liston medal winner from 1965/66 winner Alan Poore will be heard on SEN tonight. He was an integral part of the Waverley panthers only premiership in 1965. He will be on in a few minutes. Worth a listen for sure.

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[quote=vfa]Dual Liston medal winner from 1965/66 winner Alan Poore will be heard on SEN tonight. He was an integral part of the Waverley panthers only premiership in 1965. He will be on in a few minutes. Worth a listen for sure.[/quote]Yes I remember him back in the 60's also winning the Liston medal and that Grand Final in 1965 which was at Port Melbourne ground Waverley won as it was against Port Melbourne.I think Port beat Waverley to win the premiership at the Junction Oval in 1966.I was only a young boy going to secondary school then but still remember them years.

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What a pleasure it was listening to Paul Amy last night on SEN a wealth of knowledge,maybe he should start writing for the herald sun on a sunday.

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Alan Poore was a brilliant Waverley ruckrover centreman and well worthy of his Liston Trophy 1965. He also played in a very good team that unfortunately folded and they had a very good large footy oval although sometimes boggy but for those times it was good to play on.
The Panthers oval was on the corner of Waverley and Springavale rds. Mt Waverley.
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zebra wrote

The Panthers oval was on the corner of Waverley and Springavale rds. Mt Waverley

Waverley's ground was in Glen Waverley.

I think it was their second season that they played on the northern oval while the main oval was being upgraded to VFA standards. Camberwell played on the secondary ground at this time.

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You are correct I said Mount Waverley and of course should have said Glen Waverley.
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