Triton Spotted playing ballOct 9, 2019 by To the Triton
The Fort Lauderdale Fighting Squids Australian Rules Football Club keep up with their industry news in The Triton. Pictured from left are Duncan Pullman, chief officer M/Y Chasing Daylight, Capt. Craig Neill of M/Y Ice 5, freelance engineer Kyle Thomson, Capt. Gerard Rutishauser of M/Y Deep Blue, and former yacht captain and Squid coach, “Hutchie.”
The team invites interested players to regular trainings, for details visit FightingSquids on Facebook, and follow the team as they aim for United States Australian Football League nationals in Sarasota, Florida on Oct. 12-13.
“Britts, Saffas, Americans and Aussies… even Kiwis play our game here in Lauderdale,” wrote Thomson in an email to The Triton.
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