Kolora-Noorat playing-coach Nick Bourke says the club is embracing the return of crowds and communities

Nick Creely
By Nick Creely
Updated April 1 2022 - 6:06am, first published 12:00am
EXCITED: Nick Bourke says having crowds and communities back at local football and netball makes this weekend special. Picture: Morgan Hancock

Kolora-Noorat playing-coach Nick Bourke understands wins and losses are determining factors in on-field success and ultimately premierships but the significance of Saturday's season-opener against Panmure extends beyond what happens for those two hours.

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Nick Creely

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