School Punting Records Continue to Tumble for OzPunt Boys

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With still a few weeks to go in the regular season, the OzPunt Punters and Kickers have had a great season to date.  There have been a number of school records broken so far, season longest punts, and game high averages just to name a few.

Hamish MacInnes also has the privilege of holding the season longest punt record in 1AA Football this season with a long of 86 yards.  Brad Craddock is currently in 6th place in D1 football for the most field goals this season to date.

A number of the boys the weekend just gone have now seen that their teams have either won the conference championships or will play off in up coming conference championship.

Over the past few months we have seen a number of new people come along to introductory camps who will hopefully continue the OzPunt tradition of making their way into College Football teams who will then try to break some of the current OzPunt and School records.

We have also recently updated our introductory training camp dates, so feel free to send through an e-mail for when you would like to attend a camp.

Speak soon,

Cameron McGillivray

OzPunt Director

What a fantastic few months it has been for OzPunt and the extended OzPunt family.

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OzPunt will see 5 boys start their new College Football careers.  4 OzPunt Boys will be Punting and Kicking at new schools, and 1 will see them begin their College Football career as a Linebacker, yes that is right, a Linebacker.  4 of these schools will be having the experience of an OzPunt boy for the first time, and 1 will be continuing the tradition of having an OzPunt boy Punt for them.

No one has worked harder through the recruiting process then our WA boy.  Strongly supported by his family he has handled the ups and downs of recruiting and like all good long distance runners, has crossed the finish line.  Just the short flight from WA to America to go :) 

With still a number of good Punters and Kickers available for schools, and a number to be ready soon, I am sure we will see more Punters and Kickers join the College ranks in the near future.

The past few months has also uncovered a number of guys who have started their training towards a shot at the NFL.  Each session is seeing great improvement from the boys, and I am sure they will get an opportunity once they have fine tuned their skills.

The winter has been good to us, offering plenty of opportunities for training.  With camps available all around the country it is time to start thinking about when are you going to come along and take your first step towards your American adventure?

Finally I would like to congratulate all the boys who have either just left for the US or about to leave for the US shortly.  I would also like to pass on a special mention to those who have supported them through their training sessions and the recruiting process.

I look forward to hearing from you all soon.

Cameron McGillivray

OzPunt Director

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