Dartmoor’s Cameron honoured by Giants
JEREMY Cameron has been made a life member of the Greater Western Sydney Giants at the conclusion of the club’s eighth season as an Australian Football League team.
With the 2019 AFL season done and dusted, Greater Western Sydney hosted its annual awards presentation night on Friday, and it was a big night for Cameron with his life membership grouped with a second-place finish in the club’s best and fairest count.
While the club’s most coveted award, the Kevin Sheedy Medal, ended in the hands of midfielder Tim Taranto, Dartmoor hometown hero Cameron was also heavily celebrated on the evening.
26-year-old Cameron has been given a life membership with the Giants after 154 games in the orange, white and charcoal.
Cameron is just the third member of the club to receive such an honour – with the first being inaugural coach Kevin Sheedy, who played a major role in the foundation of the club both on and off the field.
The second is teammate and current Giants co-captain Callan Ward, who is the only player to have represented the club more times than Cameron.