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West Australian footy club home to dual Brownlow medallist celebrates a rare milestone

It is a region known for producing dual Brownlow Medallist Nat Fyfe, but the small community of Lake Grace-Pingrup has produced six AFL players from a combined population of fewer than 1,000 people.

Lake-Grace Pingrup Football Club is  known as the Bombers in the Ongerup Football Association – one of WA’s smallest leagues with just four senior sides.

The club marks 100 years on Saturday, a feat not many country football clubs have managed as an exodus of players and people leave many in decline.

But in Western Australia’s Great Southern grain belt, the club remains the heart of the community.

Nat Fyfe credits Lake Grace -Pingrup Football Club for moulding him…

Read more at www.abc.net.au

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