Conference Champions, Championship Playoffs, Bowl Games and Rings

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These are just some of the bonuses the OzPunt boys have received from all their hard work.  To say the least, it has been a great season for the OzPunt boys playing College Football in the US this season.

During the regular season we saw a number of school records smashed, continuing the OzPunt tradition of breaking at least one school record a year.  Of course there is a lot of boys now playing in the US, and this year we broke a few, it is such a great feeling each time one of the boys break a school record playing the sport they love.

This year also saw a number of OzPunt boys play their last College Football game.  They will now focus on the opportunity of playing in the NFL.  Lots of hard work and training is ahead of them, and College Football is a great place for them to start their careers and get some games under their belts.

The OzPunt Summer Series has started, and in a couple of days the Australian Championships will get underway.  This year sees a sellout camp, and lots of new Punters and Kickers will get their first taste of what’s required to be a great Punter and Kicker.

For those who could not get into the Australian Championships Camp I recommend you contact me and organise a day camp.  

February will also see American Kicking and Punting coach Chris Sailer visit Australia.  Chris visits Australia to help recruit OzPunt guys to the College Football ranks.  A number of boys have had the opportunity to scouted by Chris and make their way into the College system.

See you all soon for a kick,

Cameron McGillivray

OzPunt Director

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

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