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Thin Blue Line marks the crease

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Newly-graduated Constable Nigel Walker is flanked by brother Murray and dad Charlie.Thin Blue Line marks the crease

Nigel Walker, who was one of the originals when Moonee Valley Cricket Club started its junior program in 1996, has graduated as a police constable.

Nigel was watched by proud dad Charlie and proud brother Murray as he marched out at the Glen Waverley Police Academy on May 25, then attended his squad graduation dinner.

Pictured at right: Newly-graduated Constable Nigel Walker is flanked by brother
Murray and dad Charlie.


Current Moonee Valley teammate Tom King and past junior Tom Ayers were also on hand.

Nigel received a message of congratulations on the The old crew: Former journalist Charlie Walker (right) with some of the former police he reported on: L-R Barrie Hahnel, Rod Porter, Marielle Porter, Peter Harvey and Max McDonald.morning of the graduation from MVCC Fourths captain Brett Curran, a former high-ranking policeman.

The three Walkers have notched up 235 senior games between them - and the family has tallied 248 if you count mum Adele's 13 games in our women's teams.

Nigel has played 77 senior games and 83 junior games for Moonee Valley.

He has scored a combined 649 runs, and taken a combined 128 wickets in the Moonee Valley Black and White. How much cricket he plays next season will depend on where he's posted and his shift requirements.


Above: The old crew: Former journalist Charlie Walker (right of picture) with some of the
former police he reported on, who were also at the graduation: L-R Barrie Hahnel, Rod Porter,
Marielle Porter, Peter Harvey and Max McDonald.

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May 30, 2012
Category: Archived News
 

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