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MORE TO AYRES THAN HIS RAGING MULLET

Gary Ayres lounged back in his office chair, surrounded by endless amounts of paperwork, based at the Port Melbourne Football Ground. The 51-year old swiveled back and forth from his computer to the iPhone, answering calls in what had been the start to the busiest week in his time at Port Melbourne Football Club.

Williamstown wounded by Port Melbourne class

Williamstown slumped to the ground when the final siren sounded and the scoreboard told the story of a 56-point Grand Final loss at the hands of Port Melbourne.

PORT ONE STEP CLOSER

Contemplating Port Melbourne’s chances to play off in the 2011 VFL Grand Final was beyond Gary Ayres’ wildest dreams. “If you had’ve said six months ago that you’ll be playing off in a Grand Final, you’d say, give me some of what your smoking cause I want to get on it too,” Ayres said on … Continue reading

2011 VFL Finals Series

All finals will be played at TEAC Oval with the Grand Final being played at Etihad Stadium on September 25.