One of the greats of Riverina Australian rules was farewelled this week with the passing of Garry 'Curl' Carroll.
The Ganmain champion passed away last week aged 84 and was laid to rest on Tuesday.
Not only is Carroll remembered as a champion on the field but also off it, where his resilience and positivity were two features of his personality.
He was a six-time premiership player at Ganmain and represented the old South West League on seven occasions.
'Curl' played 376 first grade games over a 21-year career, which included two years as coach of Marrar.
He was a life member at Ganmain and a two-time best and fairest.
He is survived by his wife Marie and children Mark, Phillip, Stephen and Lisa and their families.