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Bonding with the Bull Sharks: Mitchell Dell

NAME: Mitchell Dell 

SPORT/CLUB: Bond University AFL 

STUDY/WORK: Completed a Bachelor of Sport Management at Bond University in Semester 221. I now work in Health and Sport Recruitment at Australian Health Professionals. 

What’s your nickname and how did you get it?  

Delly or Dellswain – not sure how I got the second one, but it has been around for a while. 

What are you currently streaming?  

A bit of everything, always come back to Family Guy though. 

You’ve the day off, the weather is perfect, and you’ve got money in your pocket, where would we find you?

Devonport, Tasmania - God’s Country. 

Who inspires you the most?  

Family – Mum and Dad have always both worked very hard. 

Who is your nemesis?  

Mack Evans – kicks the ball too well. 

What’s your superstition?   

Always play in two pairs of underwear. 

If you could invite 3 people to a dinner party, who would they be?  

Shai Bolton, Nick Kyrgios and Jackson Eyres. 

And if you’re the chef, what’s on the menu?   

McDonald’s Hotcakes. 

What is your greatest sporting memory?  

Either winning my last football premiership with Devonport Magpies or representing Tasmania.  

Who is your most annoying teammate and why?  

Will Cooper – loud and painful.

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