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Recruiting Matty Dennis has been a long time coming for Bracknell. Witnessing the versatile ruckman in action three years ago, the Redlegs kept in touch with Dennis as he played for Bundoora in the Victoria Northern Football League and Palmerston in the Northern Territory Football League. Now 34 and a father of two, the 201-centimeter superstar accepted Bracknell’s offer to explore Tasmania and hasn’t looked back since. “I probably couldn’t say more about the club to be honest about the effort they put into helping us get settled and everything in between,” said Dennis. Whether it’s housing or a place to stay while we try to find a place to live or try to find myself a job and everything, and the other guys have had the same feelings towards the club – they love it. really.” treated very well whether you have been there five minutes or five years … we are settling in very well and we really appreciate it. fairer, three Palmerston best and fairests and a best-price grand finale on the field, Dennis had an immediate impact on his new team. the best four times and has scored nine goals as he adapts to a style of football he described as “more physical” than Victoria. “The difference with Darwin is the conditions with the heat and everything and also we play on a lot bigger grounds and it’s a much more fluid and fluid style of racing,” he said. “It was a little different, but I think it suits me pretty well and I like playing the quality of the football I play.” Joining the Redlegs alongside Sam Douglas, Josh Holland, Sam Borlini and Nick Mitchell, Dennis praised first-year coach Corry Goodluck. “[He] did a really fantastic job and it’s great to be able to pass on some of my experience and some of the other guys that we recruited this year have a lot of experience to pass on as well, ”said Dennis. “He’s been great off the pitch and obviously on the pitch,” said Goodluck. “Obviously I’m still learning as a first year coach and it’s good to have people like him around the club who have played a lot of football and been at a high level that I can learn too.” was great to see someone come off the continent, a massive movement to come down without knowing anyone and fit in like they did – it’s really great. “


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