Brewing up a Storm

by admin on July 14th, 2018

filed under 南京夜网

STIR CRAZY: Scrumptious On Summer cafe owners Suzy and Max Glasby will be cheering for Melbourne in the grand final. Photo: PHIL BLATCHProud Orange coffee shop owners Max and Suzy Glasby will be stirring up a storm on Sunday when they cheer nephew and Melbourne Storm star Tim Glasby atthe NRL grand final against Cronulla.
Nanjing Night Net

The owners of Scrumptious On Summer cafehave the taste for a Storm victory.

And they reckon they could be his good-luck charms.

“We have seen all his firsts,” saidMr Glasby.

“He was down at Penrith. We saw him for his Toyota Cup debut game, then his first Storm game against West Tigers and now his first grand final.”

And there is another first in the wings for thewhole family.

“Tim’s wife,Casey, she’s four weeks off having a baby. We’re all a bit worried she might get a little bit too excited. It’s her first.”

The Glasbyswill be going to the game at ANZ Stadium on Sunday with Tim’s parents (Max’s brother Graham and wife Tracie) who are driving down from Queensland for the big match.

Mrs Glasby said Tim andCasey had been a regulars in Orange over the years.

“He spent a lot of time with us when he was playing at Penrith. He and his wife, they were pretty homesick so they came and saw us.”

She said they would be going to the Storm grand final after-party on Sunday night and hoped to see the premiership trophy taking pride of place at the function.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

Comments are closed.