Next weekend, Hanoi will play Saigon in Nha Trang. It will also be Sam Grigg’s last appearance for the Swans as a resident of Vietnam.
Sam, a gun midfielder, played in the Swans first ever appearance at the Asian Champs last year. He was also the Swans first ever player to be asked by the field umpire to spend some time in the sin bin. Hi sin was trying to remove an opponent’s hat during the match. The footy oval is a place for real men. No place for people who need to wear hats to keep the sun out of their eyes argued Sam.
Next week’s match will start at approximately 12 noon. The oval has been booked between 11am and 2pm for the AFL match and a rugby match.