HEATH Caldwell is more than happy to sacrifice his own game for the good of the team.
So when wind, dust and rain combined to create difficult conditions for Saturday’s clash with South Mildura, the Mildura playing coach had no trouble adjusting to a different role away from the contest.
Caldwell spent most of the game at half back, helping his defenders withstand a flurry of Bulldog inside 50s.
As it turned out, what was good for the team was also good for the player, with Caldwell able to set up play and be a key contributor in his side’s 18-point win.
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