• Rod went to the Flaxmill Primary School and then went to Morphett Vale High.
• He played football for the Under 9’s WerribeeClub in Victoria.
• He played mini league at the MCG.
• He played cricket for Morphett Vale and Southern Districts, Under 16’s.
• He played football for the Glenelg Juniors and eventually played for the Glenelg League team.
• In 1991 he joined the Adelaide Crows in their first year.
• He was the top goal kicker in the Crows first year.
• He played 153 games for the Crows and he played when they won their first Premiership in 1997.
• He now works as a business manager.
• Jagan went to Christies East Primary then went to Christies High School.
• When he was 6 years he joined Little Athletics and on the first day he broke the State Record for his age in the High Jump.
• By the age of 18 he was the Junior World High Jump Champion.
• He broke the South Australian State records in Long Jump, hurdles, shot put, and javelin.
• He has competed all over the world as a decathlete.
• He won Commonwealth Gold in 1998, when he won the Decathlon event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
• He played football for South Adelaide but now plays cricket and football for Victor Harbour.
• Julie went to school in the southern area. Julie went to 2 Olympics as an Australian Basketballer.
• She played State Netball and Basketball.
• At one stage of her career she was in the Guiness Book of records as the highest point scorer in women’s basketball.
• Julie played 153 games for Australia and was named most valuable player in the Australian team twice.
• She was the highest points scorer five times.
• Her career has been hampered by several injuries. She had an incredible 41 operations in her sporting time but continued to keep trying and do her best for her country.
• She has worked at the Australian Institute of Sport and continues to work at her fitness and still continues to give it a go despite all her injuries.
• Michelle plays basketball.
• She went to Lonsdale Heights Primary School then to Mawson High.
• She was 14 when she won a basketball scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport.
• Between the ages of 10 to 14 years she played for Noarlunga City Tigers.
• She was the Captain of the State Junior team in the U16, U18, and U20 teams.
• In 1993 she was the captain of the Australian National Junior Team and won gold in Korea., the first gold medal won by Australia in Junior Basketball.
• She played for the National Senior team, the OPALS and played in 3 World Championships and 2 Olympic Games.
• The main highlight in her sporting career was winning the 1996 Olympic Bronze medal in Atlanta and Silver in Sydney 2000.
• She is currently playing for the Opals and is preparing to represent Australia in 2004 Athens Olympics.