It’s Miller Time! Just don’t tell the cows…

by Paul Cook - “There are three certainties in life – death, taxes and the cows need milking every day!” It was this throwaway line that, despite my attempts to unearth every small detail about his rugby life thus far, perhaps encapsulates Will Miller more than anything else. The Northern Suburbs skipper – still only 23-years-old – has already packed quite a bit in to his CV in his relatively short time in the game. A 1st grade debut at 19 came off the back of a couple of years on the Aussie Sevens circuit straight out of school, before two seasons of NRC footy with the NSW Country Eagles – one as vice-captain – and a debut captaincy season this year that has seen him lead the Shoremen all the way to this afternoon’s semi-final with Southern Districts. But it is the fact that he has managed to achieve all that while being a mainstay for the family business that makes it all the more impressive. And it’s no ordinary family business. The Millers own a dairy farm do
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