Mark Muskieta has returned to play at Laharum Football Club this year. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERMARK Muszkieta has returned to Laharum this season with his sights set on winning a senior premiership.
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Muszkieta, 25, grew up playing for the Mountain Men, following in the footsteps of his grandfather.

After learning to kick on Cameron Oval, Muszkieta went on to play in junior and reserves premierships with the Mountain Men.

But last season he left the club, joining Wycheproof-Narraport in the North Central Football League.

“One of my best mates was playing there, so I went to play with him,” he said.

Muszkieta, an auto electrician, said he enjoyed his time with Wycheproof-Narraport but was glad to be wearing a Laharum jumper again.

“I enjoyed it there, both clubs are great to play for but when Hamish Roberts signed on as assistant coach at Laharum, he got in touch with me to see if I wanted to come back,” Muszkieta said.

“I was always keen to get back to the club where I grew up playing.”

Muszkieta, who fi nished runner-up in the Horsham District Football League reserves best and fairest award in 2010, has cemented a spot in Laharum’s senior side this season.

“I’ve been playing as a crumbing forward and a bit in the midfi eld, I just try to do my bit for the team,” he said.

Muszkieta believes Laharum is a premiership contender.

“Everyone is having a crack and we’re playing well as a team,” he said.

“We’re definitely aiming for top three, then we’ll see what happens from there.

“I’ve won flags in juniors and reserves for the club, so to win a senior one would just top it off.”

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