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Horsham’s Luke Carr to celebrate 350 games in Wimmera grand final

Luke Carr will play his 350th game in the WFL grand final.

Luke Carr will play his 350th game in the WFL grand final.

MILESTONE: Prodigious football talent Luke Carr, 36, will wear his famous number 11 into his 350th and final game when he plays for Horsham in Wimmera league’s grand final at Dimboola on Saturday. Carr, a many-time Horsham premiership player, will play in his last grand final as his daughter Bianca, 11, takes to the court for her first grand final, in a 13 and under netball match against Stawell. The utility has chalked up his milestone with games for the Demons, St Marys in Geelong, Taylors Lake, Hopetoun and Donald, as well as in league representative matches. He came back from severe hand and shoulder injuries to finish his football career with his home club. He is pictured during Horsham’s semi-final victory over Minyip-Murtoa. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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Posted on Sep 20 2017

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