Favourite Magpie calls it a day

By Chris Bath
Updated September 14 2016 - 3:52pm, first published 11:35am
Mercurial: Former Division and Country player Stewart Porter plans to give the game away after 30 years of senior football ended with a premiership at Werris Creek.
Mercurial: Former Division and Country player Stewart Porter plans to give the game away after 30 years of senior football ended with a premiership at Werris Creek.
In his footsteps: Stuie Porter holds the Shield up with his son after the grand final and claimed that he will come out of retirement to play a season alongside his boy.
In his footsteps: Stuie Porter holds the Shield up with his son after the grand final and claimed that he will come out of retirement to play a season alongside his boy.

THE Werris Creek Magpies celebrated a Second Division Shield premiership on Saturday after a tough match against Dungowan, although for one Magpie it was the end of a long road after announcing his retirement after 30 years with the club.

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