- Written by Walter Pless
- Published: 26 September 2014
Photo: Glenorchy Knights technical director Matthew Rhodes (left), senior goalkeeper Alex Woodham (right) and Michael Furjanic (back row with cap) and the Glenorchy Knights SAP squad [PlessPix]
Glenorchy Knights stalwart Michael Furjanic was on hand at Prince of Wales Bay on Sunday to watch his grandson, Nicholas Bonnitcha, play in the Skills Acquisition Programme festival.
Michael’s daughter, Anita Furjanic, is currently on the Knights committee and was happy to see her father watch her son play for the club’s SAP team.
Photo: Michael Furjanic and grandson Nicholas Bonnitcha, and Marina Brkic with sons Thomas and Mathew [PlessPix]
Joe Brkic, a Croatia Glenorchy player in the 1960s was there with his son, Robin, and daughter-in-law Marina to see his grandsons, Thomas and Mathew Brkic, in action.
Tom Huigsloot’s son, Harrison, was also in the thick of the action, so it seems as if a new generation of Knights players is on the rise.
Photo: Michael Furjanic with daughter Anita Furjanic and Nicholas Bonitcha [PlessPix]
Photo: A Devonport City defender cuts out a cross against Tilford Zebras [PlessPix]
Photo: A South Hobart player (left) moves in on a Tilford Zebras opponent [PlessPix]
Photo: Action from the Tilford Zebras versus South Hobart SAP Festival game on Sunday [PlessPix]
Photo: Action at the SAP Festival on Sunday [PlessPix]
Photo: An attacker heads for goal in a SAP game [PlessPix]