With a love of animals Sarah originally chose a career in veterinary medicine but a change in careers has now seen her elected as a member of South Australia’s Upper House of Parliament where she is now a part of the One Nation party.
Bone was the Adelaide Crows original skipper and was a star of the club playing 117 games. He also played 14 state games and played 227 for his beloved Glenelg Football Club and 10 games for North Adelaide where he was a player coach.
Post career he has dedicated his time towards helping young people doing it really tough with cancer as part of The McGuiness McDermott Foundation and Little Heroes Foundation.
His hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed and Bone has been recognised with a nomination for South Australian of the Year.
We talked about the awesome International Men’s Day event that is happening next month, Sarah’s career in politics so far and how she got into it and Bone some great stories throughout his stellar footy career in the AFL and SANFL.
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