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Ocean Grove local Sam Walsh played a key role in the Geelong Falcons first Under 18 TAC Cup premiership in 17 years on Sunday 24 September.
The Falcons won by two points against the Sandringham Dragons.
The TAC Cup decider was a thriller and went down to a kick after the siren.
Sandringham tall Joel Amartey kicked a behind at goal after the siren and euphoria erupted for Falcons players.
Sam was named in his side’s best players and finished with 29 disposals.
Sam is the son of former Ocean Grove senior coach Wayne Walsh.
Walsh coached the Grubbers in 2015 and 2016.

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