AT THE END OF THE DAY | From Olympian to tee boy, McCutcheon going ape to give back at Gorillas

Matt Findlay
By Matt Findlay
Updated July 23 2019 - 12:03am, first published July 22 2019 - 11:00pm
GOING APE: Former Australian Sevens skipper Pat McCutcheon, with tee and water bottle in hand at Narromine's 2009 premiership reunion round. Photo: NICK McGRATH

He has a Commonwealth Games silver medal, an Olympics appearance, a European Wallabies tour and 32 Super Rugby caps under his belt, and he's a Shute Shield champion too but now, at just 32, former Australian Sevens skipper Pat McCutcheon is... running the tee for Narromine?

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Matt Findlay

Matt Findlay

Journalist

Formerly a sports specialist, I'm based at Orange and shift between wide-spread range of subjects here and, often, across the entire Central West region of NSW as well. I have almost a decade of experience in the media and marketing industries both here in Australia and internationally, along with journalism I have experience in content strategy, brand development, and digital and social media. Along the way, I've been fortunate to win a handful of media awards and be nominated for several others too.

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