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St Brigid’s Catholic Primary School is currently taking enrolments for Reception to Year 6.
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SAM Newman was his usual forth-
right self when he entertained a
70-strong crowd at the Gawler &
Barossa Jockey Club last Friday.
Newman was well received by the
crowd, which featured a number of lo-
cal football and racing identities.
The much-maligned Newman, of The
Footy Show fame, told of how he came
to be in the media and shared anecdotes
of the many people he has worked with
during his 20-year career.
He told of experiences involving
Shane Crawford, Brendan Fevola, Rex
Hunt and Peter ‘Crackers’ Keenan.
He spoke of his friend Eddie Mc-
Guire, saying that, in his opinion, Ed
is the single best television presenter in
He was glowing in his account of Ed’s
ability to flawlessly host a television
program without any cue cards or tele-
He also outlined the difference be-
tween Ed and himself.
“Ed wants to be friends with every-
one, while I don’t want to be friends
with anyone,” Newman said.
“You save a lot of time that way, as
you don’t have to talk to anyone.”
Newman shared his opinion on the
workings of ASADA and WADA, call-
ing them reactionary.
He expressed his disbelief at how Es-
sendon could lose its points without of-
ficially doing anything wrong and the
fact that Lance Armstrong was stripped
of his Tour de France jerseys without
ever testing positive.
He touched on the number of times
he has been forced into counselling for
various issues on The Footy Show, out-
lining that he skates on very thin ice at
Channel Nine these days.
He explained that his much-talked
about face-lift first came about after a
trip to the hospital to rearrange his nose,
which was broken after an unsavoury
encounter involving a woman and her
He expressed his relief that after six
years he was finally starting to look
somewhat normal again.
He concluded with talk of retirement,
stating that he will be 70 when his con-
tract with The Footy Show finishes at
the end of 2015.
He hinted that might be when he
considers calling an end to his media
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Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club members
Peter Jones, Graham Hiney and John
Mills enjoyed the club’s Sam Newman
lunch last Friday.
Sam Newman captivated the
crowd at the Gawler & Barossa
Jockey Club with stories about
his time in the media.
PHOTOS: Sam Agars
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