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MICHAEL THOMPSON | September 27th, 2012
SHANE Lindgren cleaned up at the Townsville AFL awards night, and now he's aiming to make strides at state level.
Lindgren, 18, played most of this season with an understrength Curra Swans side, but he still finished the year with 10 individual awards.
Apart from winning Townsville AFL's under-18 best and fairest player, Lindgren also won the competition's goal umpires' player of the year and got picked in the under-18 team of the year.
At club level, he won a host of awards including under-18 best and fairest, leading goal scorer, players' player and most improved A-grade player.
"At the start of the year I never expected to win a single award," Lindgren said.
But now the hard-working midfielder wants to experience another level of footy. Hopefully there'll be a state league team kicking off in Cairns, and getting into that team would be awesome," he said.
"Playing a few state league games is my goal, and maybe I might even go to Brisbane and have a go there.
"I know top-level AFL might be a bit far-fetched for me, but if I can play some state league I'll be happy."
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