Cougars unleash a Hayle-storm

Twin stars Brayden and Riley Hayle recently celebrated their 50th games for Clyde with a massive banner. 408538 Picture: SUPPLIED

Clyde Junior Football Club is celebrating with double the joy at the moment after twin brothers Brayden and Riley Hayle chalked up the 50th games with the club.

The brothers celebrated their achievement on Sunday May 12, but used Sunday’s game against Narre South Saints to showcase their exquisite skills.

Brayden kicked a staggering nine goals against the Saints, while Riley wasn’t far behind with an impressive four-goal display.

Brayden and Riley began their football at Auskick – under the mentorship of coach Clint who has remained their coach the entire way through their footy careers.

From the tender age of six, to now showcasing their skills in the Under 11 age group, their journey has been nothing short of extraordinary.

Riley’s outstanding performances speak volumes; graduating from a third-place finish in the best and fairest to runner up a year later, before clinching the coveted award last year.

And let’s not forget his impressive feat of claiming the Anzac Day Medal this year as well.

Meanwhile, Brayden’s contributions have been equally impressive, earning him the best and fairest runner up title last year, along with accolades for Best Clubman.

As they’ve evolved on the field, Brayden and Riley have seamlessly transitioned into their designated roles within the game.

Brayden’s knack for scoring goals was on full display over the weekend, while Riley, known for his versatility across the field as a back and mid, added to his tally of 24 goals.

The Clyde Junior Football Club would like to congratulate Brayden and Riley for their incredible achievements and unwavering dedication to the game.

The club wishes them many more milestones and memorable moments in the years ahead.