Jeremy Smith proud to be a part of Perry Meredith memorial match

Nick Guthrie
Updated July 19 2021 - 3:46pm, first published 3:00pm
MEANINGFUL: The Macquarie and Nyngan players came together on Sunday after the memorial round match at Apex Oval. Photo: NICK GUTHRIE
MEANINGFUL: The Macquarie and Nyngan players came together on Sunday after the memorial round match at Apex Oval. Photo: NICK GUTHRIE

His side's ongoing issue with discipline is a real point of frustration but Nyngan captain-coach Jeremy Smith was still proud to be a part of Sunday's meaningful Group 11 fixture at Apex Oval.

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Nick Guthrie

Nick Guthrie

Senior journalist

I started working at the Daily Liberal in 2013 and now hold the position of senior journalist. I cover all that's happening in sport in Dubbo and the wider western area and have a passion for doing so. If you've got a story that needs telling, reach out.

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