Daniel Kerr’s post-AFL footy roadshow will continue in Victoria next year after the former West Coast star signed with a Western Region Football League side.
Kerr will play for St Albans in the Division 1 competition in what should be a major boost for the club that won just four games this season.
It comes after the 34-year-old spent the year playing a series of one-off promotional games around the country amid the birth of his third child Luka.
Kerr is reportedly set to play at least 12 games for St Albans.
Kerr retired from AFL football at the end of 2013, shortly after turning 30, following a decorated 220-game career at the Eagles.
Having been prominent in the WA sporting scene for more than a decade, Kerr’s sister Sam has now grabbed headlines with stunning sporting prowess of her own.
The younger Kerr has risen to become one of the world’s best female soccer players and was last month considered unfortunate to be overlooked for the three nominees in the running for FIFA’s Player of the Year award.