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Shane Miller Obituary-Death News; Belmont Lions Sports Club Former Player, Shane Miller Passes Away

Shane Miller Obituary-Death News; Belmont Lions Sports Club Former Player, Shane Miller Passes Away

The Belmont Lions Sports Club is in mourning over the unexpected passing of Shane Miller. Shane’s passing was reported in a newspaper by the Belmont Lions Sports Club after many expressions of love and respect for him and his family.

Following his commitment to and service to the Belmont Lions Sports Club, he passed away, shocking many with the news of his unexpected passing.

2013 saw Shane Miller, also lovingly known as “Wiggy,” come from Torquay to play for the Lions. After playing in 12 games overall, he received 66 votes to win the Senior Best and Fairest title.

Despite his short time with the team, he left a lasting impression that will not soon be forgotten. We are thinking and praying for Wiggy’s family during this trying time, particularly his partner Sarah, his kids Frank and Addi, his parents Debbie and Reg, and his brother Luke.

The fact that he only made 12 appearances for the team and yet had such a positive and enduring impact on so many of us speaks volumes about the kind of man he was.

He raised everyone’s game at The Den during his tenure, both on and off the field. His teammates attested that it was always a pleasure to perform with him.

The Australian rules football club Geelong Division Football League (DFL), of which the Belmont Lions Sports Club is a part, was founded in 1965. Their head office is situated in Victoria, near Geelong, in the Belmont district.

Located in Belmont, St. Bernard’s Football Club was established in 1965. It was approved for the Geelong DFL Woolworth’s Cup competition that same year.

After a run of poor performances, the St. Bernard’s and Anglesea clubs were both demoted to the reserve grade tournament in 1970. That year, St Bernard’s emerged victorious, and in 1971, both teams made a comeback to the top division.

The team changed its name to East Belmont Football Club in 1974 following a run of 41 consecutive losses from 1971 to the end of 1973.

As a result of its ongoing problems, East Belmont fell to the second division by 1984. It regularly lost in the preliminary stages and advanced to the finals in the lower division but was never able to win.