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RIP Phillip Beams aka teapot (Father of Dayne)

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 1:46 pm
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RIP to Beams Family.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 12:45 pm
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For those who are interested I attended the funeral of my great mate teapot Beams (farther of Dayne) last week.
I passed on the condolences of all those supporters who asked me too and Dayne and his siblings were very appreciative of the support from the Collingwood faithful and the wider AFL community.
After the service whilst tasting a few refreshing beverages a old team mate of teapots put together his record as a footballer
He played over 300 senior games across a few competitions spanning 20yrs
He won a total of 9 club best and fairests
He won 3 league best & fairests
He played in 5 premierships (plus 2 losing appearances)
He won 3 BOG in the GF's (including 1 in a losing side when he gathered 44 touches and kicked 5 only to see his side go down by 3 points with a goal after the final siren)
At 2 clubs he was named in there team of the century in 2000
Not a bad resume for a player and understandable both his boys have done ok at AFL level
Finally many thanks to those who took the time to pass on there best wishes to Dayne and his family as well as myself.
I'm sure if many of you had the opportunity to meet teapot you would have thought highly as him as I did


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 4:29 pm
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Where did the name teapot come from?
A strange aussie nickname.
Must be a story there somewhere.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 4:49 pm
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masoncox wrote:
Where did the name teapot come from?
A strange aussie nickname.
Must be a story there somewhere.


For the love of god, don't look up the urban dictionary. You will be scarred.
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