Expert tipster our winner again

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Back to back GSFL footy tipping competition winner, Tom Moir.
Camera IconBack to back GSFL footy tipping competition winner, Tom Moir. Credit: Laurie Benson

Reigning champion Tom Moir has once again won the 2019 Great Southern Football League footy tipping competition.

Moir has changed from his role as the WAFC regional manager to work at ATC Work Smart helping youth seek employment but it hasn’t stopped his expert tipping ability.

Moir has chosen to donate his winnings to Albany Hospice, which has a link to youth.

“We have a couple of trainees up there so it’s really good,” he said.

“Hopefully this money can go towards school-based traineeships, which would be really good because that’s what we do here and they are really behind the program. “This was a harder year, with the competition being more even.

“You had to really think about who you were tipping.”

Moir finished on 39 narrowly ahead of Wellington and Reeves director Kathleen Mier who finished the season on 38.

GSFL president Joe Burton and Albany Advertiserreporter Cameron Newbold were next with 37 respectively.

So-called footy expert Tim Edmunds finished on 36, while Albany MLA Peter Watson finished with the wooden spoon on 31.

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