Cameron Downie to reach 50 games this weekend.

May 13, 2014

The Launceston Football Club would like to congratulate Cameron Downie, who will be making his 50th appearance for the Blues against Devonport this weekend.

Cam first debuted for the Seniors in 2005 and was at the club during our golden run of 2006-08 in which he played 18 senior games during that time, narrowly missing out on selection for the Grand Final in 2008 when he was named as an emergency.


In 2010 he was appointed Coach of our reserves side and also played 18 games with the seniors. After a break away from football between 2011-12, Cam was back at the club as assistant coach in 2013 and is back playing with the seniors in 2014.

He has also taken over Tim Bristow’s role for 2014, providing some high quality amusement on a Thursday night!

Playing Record To Date:

2005 – 2 Games
2006 – 2 Games
2007 – 5 Games
2008 – 11 Games
2009 – 6 Games
2010 – 18 Games and Reserves Coach
2013 – Assistant Coach
2014 – 5 Games*

All the best this weekend Cam and here’s to many more games for the Blues ahead.

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