NZ Captain to debut in Premiership

25 Nov, 2019

New Zealand Falcons Captain Andrew Howison will make his Premiership debut in 2020 following his decision to move back to New Zealand at the end of the year.

 

Howison will be available for selection via next Tuesday’s National Draft and will be odds on favourite to be picked at number 1.

Whilst in Australia, Andrew played for Oakleigh Districts where he won a Grand Final in 2015 and was named best on ground in the same game.

More recently, Howison won back to back Premierships in 2018 and 2019 with the Dromana Tigers and now returns back to his hometown of Christchurch with his fiancé.

Andrew has won the Senior Men’s Player of the Year award for three straight years from 2014-2016.

The 2019 AFL New Zealand National Draft will take place Tuesday November 26th.

For a pick by pick updates follow @AFLNZ  on twitter to see it all unfold minute by minute.

For selection summaries, keep up to date on Facebook.

 

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