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Club legend John Talone played with son Max in his senior debut.TALONE DYNASTY

The Talone name is set to grace the pages of Moonee Valley's senior history for many more years to come, with the debut of young gun Max.
Max pulled on the whites for his first senior game alongside dad John "Odie" Talone in the Sevenths at Ormond Park on November 24.
Max's debut came a week later than great mate Zac Nilsson, who played his first senior game in the Sevenths alongside dad Tony.
At right: Club legend John Talone played with son Max in his senior debut.
Zac and Max are set to be mainstays of Moonee Valley senior sides for many seasons to come.
Odie was Secretary of our great Club for 14 years, as a reliable foil to legendary president Darren "Spud" Nagle.
Leading up to this season Odie had played 306 games - equal fourth-most of all time at our Club - and scored 4787 runs.
Max is having a solid season as a mainstay of our Under 12s, but was ready for senior cricket.
His older brother Luke is yet to make his senior debut at Moonee Valley, preferring to umpire cricket at this stage. But don't write Luke off yet.

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November 25, 2019
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