Hartlett feeling fine

AFTER niggling injuries hampered him through the first half of his debut SFNL season, Imperials co-coach Adam Hartlett feels he is good to go in 2018.

The former Carlton and West Adelaide footballer, who finished equal runner-up in the 2017 McLeod Medal with Irymple’s Dan Coghlan and Mildura midfielder (now Robininvale-Euston coach) Andrew Richardson on 16 votes behind Mildura’s Josh Martin on 19, had minor surgery last week in preparation for next season.

“I just had a clean out of my knee last week, that’s just been ongoing for a couple of years now,” Hartlett said.

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Imperials co-coach Adam Hartlett had a minor knee cleanout last week and is looking forward to the 2018 SFNL season.

Imperials co-coach Adam Hartlett had a minor knee cleanout last week and is looking forward to the 2018 SFNL season.

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