Western Zone Junior Advisory Council has recognised one of the region's great contributors to junior sport as its newest life member.
At the Norwood Cup carnival on June 13 Andrew 'Legs' Taheny was named as the newest life member in recognition of his years of service to junior football.
Mr Taheny was presented with his life member badge by council chairperson and fellow life member Glenn 'Spog' Dunn following the Norwood Cup matches on Sunday.
His service has included as a selector for the Port Adelaide/Norwood Cup and the Kinlough Cup between 2008-2021, Port Adelaide Country Zone coordinator between 2012-14 and Norwood Academy coach and coordinator 2015-19.
Mr Taheny was first involved with the Western Zone Junior Advisory Council between 2001-2004 and returned in 2008, and has been involved ever since.
His other roles has included under 17 Youth Championships coach and assistant coach for Eyre Peninsula, and Port Adelaide Academy coach.
Mr Taheny said it was an honour to be recognised in the same company of many other Western Zone life members.
"(They are ) all tireless workers for the promotion and development of junior football across the Eyre Peninsula over many years," he said.
"Thanks must also be extended to the Port Adelaide and Norwood football clubs for the opportunity to help with the development of Eyre Peninsula talent over the past 20 years."
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