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Bellarine FNLThe Age | At some point after 2022, the Torquay Football and Netball Club is short odds to accomplish what Geelong's Cats and nine other Victorian AFL clubs couldn't: to get Travis Boak back.

Boak, a cornerstone of Port Adelaide's premiership campaign and of the club's revival from the dire days of 2012, wishes to emulate his late father by playing senior football for Roger Boak's club, Torquay, where Travis also played his junior footy.

"I still have a dream of playing for Torquay one day,'' said Boak, an All-Australian for the third time in 2020. "I want to get back there at some stage.''

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