Wednesday 9 February 2011

Longtime well-performed lower division player Rohan Cash will test himself at the higher level with Mt Gravatt this season, while the Vultures have also added another Papua New Guinean to their playing stocks.

Cash, a standout performer with Wilston-Grange in the Pineapple Hotel Cup where he won the Bill Ryan Medal in 2008, will add depth to a strong midfield in the first ever North East Australian Football League season.

Cash helped Caloundra to the State Association premiership last season.

He will be hoping to have a similar impact to Josh Norman, who won a State guernsey with Redland the year after representing Caloundra.

Mt Gravatt’s affinity with PNG strengthened further with the acquisition of Stanis Susuve from Labrador.

He joins countrymen Amua Pirika and John James in the Vultures camp.

Labrador released both Susuve and fellow grand final player Emmaus Wartova this summer.

The Vultures have also attracted tall young key position player Daniel Mowat from Redland.

Mowat, still only 19, made an impressive senior debut with the Bombers two seasons ago but struggled to break into their line-up last season.

With Mowat, Nathan Reid and ex-Morningside star Ben Gibson at their disposal, the Vultures have plenty of talent to fill the spine.

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