The 4 Points is back for a fifth consecutive season to tackle all the big footy news in the Great Southern

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Albany Advertiser chief of staff Cameron Newbold and sports reporter Taj Stubber.
Camera IconAlbany Advertiser chief of staff Cameron Newbold and sports reporter Taj Stubber. Credit: Laurie Benson

After keeping country football lovers in the loop and adding extra features during a shortened season last year, the Advertiser’s weekly footy show The 4 Points will return this week for a fifth consecutive season.

The weekly video show was initially brought to life to expand the Advertiser’s coverage of country football in the Great Southern, and it has grown over the past four years to be a popular watch for many footy followers.

This year host Cameron Newbold will be again joined by Advertiser sports reporter Taj Stubber for the weekly show, broadcast on Facebook, as the pair dissect every week of the local season.

After asking for feedback last year and engaging with local footy supporters, The 4 Points will again ask the viewers to help decide the special guests and topics of discussion on the show.

The team will again be actively providing news and results from the Ongerup Football Association and the Upper Great Southern Football League to go along with the Advertiser’s main competition, the Great Southern Football League.

After a shortened 2020 season, there will be more episodes this season covering the full 15 rounds and three weeks of finals, giving viewers an insight into what’s making news in the Great Southern.

Inswing Sports Bar have again come onboard to sponsor the Player of the Week as they did last season.

Newbold and Stubber will select a player based on their performance to be the worthy recipient of the $50 voucher to Inswing Sports Bar.

The 4 Points is filmed each week of the season and posted every Friday on the Advertiser Sport Facebook page.

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