What can we say about these two blokes. I was going to do them seperao, but that just didn’t feel right, as they are two of the closest brothers you would ever meet.
So it is only fitting that I do these inductions together.
As many of you in this room can attest two, these blokes are as hard as it comes in the field. Their tenacity and never say die attitude when representing the Swans is something I am always so proud to see as President.
My favorite moments of the pair however, is when they line up on each other in internal club games, there is not an inch given by either.
They are players with very different attributes, Sean, the silky left footer whose delivery is some of the best in Asia and Nate whose closing speed to a contest keeps forwards looking over their shoulder all day. Nate has a little bit more of the old white line fever, but Sean is always there to lend him support, as any good brother does.
Off the field, they are always first to put their hands up to help new players integrate into the club, there grasp of the local language is also a great asset to the club as they are able to bridge the language barrier for the coaches.
They also regularly pitch in for events by volunteering their time and also by providing prizes for the clubs fundraising activities