Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Bulls Charge into 2018 Season; Payne Mixes Experience with Youth in Club Rebuild

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Bulls Charge into 2018 Season; Payne Mixes Experience with Youth in Club Rebuild

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Byline: Sean Walsh Sean.Walsh@capnews.com.au

AUSSIE RULES: The Glenmore Bulls have hit the ground running in 2018's pre-season, largely due to the exciting rebuild the club is working towards under head coach Nick Payne.

With the Bulls finishing outside the top four in 2017, some big changes have occurred around the club during the off-season.

Payne has spoken out about the performance of his team members and is thrilled about how his squad is shaping up.

"The vibe around the club is fantastic and all the boys have been training the house down and numbers to training is really positive," Payne said.

There has been quite a lot of squad roll-over with the Bulls recruiting heavily over the break.

Payne has brought back 2014 Premiership players such as Aaron Russell, Matt Cameron, Dylan and Clay Hooper, and Toby Payne.

The experience behind all these former AFL Capricornia reps may just be enough to hold the club in good stead.

Payne has expressed his desire in developing the mixture of youth coming through the club. …

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