When a picture says so much, Cassidy picks up major award

Cowra Magpies centre Bradyn Cassidy is embraced by his father.
Cowra Magpies centre Bradyn Cassidy is embraced by his father.

A sweet moment between a father and his son was captured by a Cowra Guardian photographer following the Magpies’ Group 10 major semi-final victory over Orange Hawks a week ago.

Officials, supporters and family members raced onto Sid Kallas Oval to congratulate the Magpies after goalkicker Caley Mok secured Cowra its first home grand final since 2014.

One of the first out there was Peter Cassidy, father of Cowra centre Bradyn Cassidy – who scored a crucial fourth try for the Magpies just moments prior.

Bradyn said emotions were running high after the victory, and described it as a special moment to share with his father.

“It was a really good moment to share with him, fingers crossed we can celebrate again this week,” Bradyn Cassidy said.

“He’s passionate. He goes to every training and has a look, and he’s never missed a game.”

Cassidy picked up most tries in Group 10 with 14 tries in 2018.