MUNDULLA MAE­STRO

Sunday Mail - - SPORT -

FROM the early ‘70s to to­day, Michael Hunt has been a key pres­ence one of coun­try foot­ball’s most re­mark­able clubs.

Hunt was awarded life mem­ber­ship of the Mundulla Foot­ball Club last week­end af­ter more than four decades of ser­vice.

Mundulla, a tiny ham­let in the state’s South-East with a pop­u­la­tion of less than 1000, has en­joyed in­cred­i­ble suc­cess in the Kowree-Nara­coorte-Ta­tiara league over the past 25 years. Mundulla has won more flags than any other club in the league since in­cep­tion in 1993, bag­ging 10, in­clud­ing seven in a row be­tween 1994 and 2000.

Hunt played in all seven, as well as pre­mier­ships in 2002 and 2004. He added an­other five re­serves ti­tles as well. Af­ter 583 club games he joined the

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