Nick Millar is putting the boots back on for the Boggabri Kangaroos this season and is hoping for a big year in the green and gold colours.
In his first season with the club, the drill offsider had a big impact for the first grade side. Despite being hampered by injuries throughout the season he was adjudged their best forward.
"I'm really looking forward to my second year with the Boggy Roos," Millar said.
The Sydney Roosters supporter has been playing football since under-10's.
He previously played for St Patricks Football Club in Bathurst before moving to Gunnedah in 2019.
Last season saw the front rower/second rower play alongside brother Nathan, the first time the brothers have ever played together.
The brothers made a big impression in the 2019 season, and with the chance of Nathan, who shared the coaches award with Jack Gillham, returning in 2020 are set to be formidable force up front.
Nick listed among his goals for the season to make the semi's and helped the Roos get the win in the local derby against Gunnedah in the Boyde Campbell Cup.
When asked what he likes about the Boggabri Football Club, he said: "It's the support from the small town and how well the community and committee gets behind and looks after the players".