This weekend we celebrate Ben “Magic” Miles 150th open-age club game with the Pennant Hills Demons. Ben is the middle son of former Demons premiership player, Rod Miles, who played with the Club during the 1970s and ‘80s. Rod held the record for most games played at the Club for many years until 2003 and his tally of 233 still ranks him in the top five. Rod was inducted into the Sydney AFL Hall of Fame in 2005.
This weekend we celebrate Anthony Brawn’s 300th open-age club game with the Pennant Hills Australian Football Club. In Saturday’s Round 18 Reserve Grade match against competition front-runner Balmain Tigers, Brawny will become the Club’s third member of the Demons 300 Club … a stunning testament to his passion for Australian Rules Football, his physical resilience, longevity and his unflinching devotion to the Pennant Hills Demons.
This weekend we celebrate Luke Bilbe’s 200th open-age club game with the Pennant Hills Demons. Although the milestone was technically reached in the Round 15 match against St George at Olds Park, we take the opportunity on Saturday to mark the occasion at the Demon’s home ground Mike Kenny Oval.
Round 18 saw the Demons go 3 from 5, it was a big day for full-forwards with stellar showings from Matt Preen (6 Goals) and Luke Bible (4 Goals). Demons fans, enjoy reading about round 18 through the well tuned eyes of John Acheson.
Demons fans, friends and players, remember this Saturday night is our last official club function...Bogan Bingo! Tickets are $30 with doors opening at 6:30 pm. Don't miss out on what will surely be another memorable club night.
In preparation for Anthony Brawn's impending 300th game against Balmain in the final round, club legend Gus McKernan casts his mind back to 1992, the year when Brawny debuted, to relive some red and blue history. Enjoy Demons fans!