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Geoff KellawayWHILE his former Aberystwyth Town team-mates are out of action in the big freeze, Geoff Kellaway is making hay whole the sun shines Down Under.
The Seasiders' ex-frontruner has been making his mark for Melbourne Victory in Australia's Hyundai A-League.
The 24-year-old, who scored 24 goals from 98 (+16) league appearances for the Black & Greens, flew to Australia soon after being named in the Welsh Premier's team of the season to join Dandenong Thunder, alongside Aber midfielder Luke Sherbon and Bangor City striker Jamie Reed.
In August, he signed a three month injury replacement contract with Victory to cover for Matthew Kemp.
Kellaway then made his debut for the club as a substitute during a 2–2 draw with North Queensland Fury, becoming the 500th player to make an appearance in the A-League, and has since made eight first-team appearances.
Photo: Kellaway trains with Melbourne Victory.
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