Sandringham Zebras news

Zebras tapping into raw talent

From Inside Football Magazine
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John Bennett chuckles at the memory of Michael Sikora playing under him at Southern league club Heatherton in 2010.

"Just a big, raw lump of a kid who didn't know too much about the game, really,'' Bennett, the former St Kilda and Sandringham spearhead, said last week.
"He didn't do a hell of a lot around the ground but I'll tell you one thing: he never lost a tap-out.''

That is no surprise: Sikora is 204cm.

Zebras lock in WAFL man

From Bayside Leader
Reported by Paul Amy
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REIGNING WAFL premiership coach Simon McPhee will coach Sandringham for the next two years.

In a phone hook-up at lunchtime today Sandy's board ratified St Kilda's move to bring McPhee to Melbourne to replace Brett Lovett.

The 42-year-old will also be involved in the Saints' new development academy.

Sandy's Sautner may line up for Frankston

From localfooty.com.au
Reported by Simon McEvoy
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CHAMPION Sandringham full-forward Nick Sautner could be slotting goals for the Frankston Dolphins in 2011.

He's considering a move to the Dolphins and was at training last Wednesday.

Sautner played with Frankston for two seasons in 2001/02 and he may see a return to Kars St as a way of extending his 13-year VFL career.

Out Lovell, in Lovett

From www.localfooty.com.au
Reported by Paul Amy
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Sandringham this morning locked in former Melbourne star Brett Lovett as its new senior coach, replacing his former AFL teammate Andy "Chopper" Lovell.
Lovell resigned at the end of the season and has accepted a development role with the Gold Coast Suns, the Bayside Leader reports.

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