Brodie Cramer, Dimboola
What do you love most about your club? It's a great family-oriented club with a lot of good people.
How long have you played at Dimboola? I came across this season, I used to play for Nhill pretty much my whole career and moved down to Dimboola, signed up here to play footy and haven't looked back since. A great bunch of blokes right through the club.
Who do you see as your toughest opponent and why? We haven't played the Giants yet but I think Minyip-Murtoa will be the benchmark right across.
What makes you get out of bed on those days where it's not likely to reach 10 degrees and hasn't stopped raining in days? You just know the environment you're coming down to, that helps. You train with all good blokes and everyone gets around each other so it makes it a bit easier to get on the track and do it.
Who do you rate the most around the club? I like Tom Cree the way he goes about it. He's a bull he just goes one hundred miles an hour and is a good fella to have on your side.
What is the greatest piece of advice you have received as a player? Quitters never win and winners never quit.
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