Batsanis back with Borough

Written By Unknown on Selasa, 23 Oktober 2012 | 14.43

Nathan Batsanis is set to rejoin the Borough. Picture: Michael Klein Source: Herald Sun

PORT Melbourne has regained its pacy and classy 2011 premiership wingman Nathan Batsanis.

The 24-year-old is returning to Melbourne after a successful season with Norwood in the SANFL.|

Batsanis figured in the Redlegs' flag and finished fourth in the Magarey Medal after going in as favourite.

With his speed and long kicking, the right-footer was an integral part of Port's perfect 2011.

"Just missed home too much, family and friends,'' Batsanis said this afternoon.

"Need to be back in Melbourne, where I belong.

"That's it, really. It was a good experience and stuff like that over there but I missed home and missed Port Melbourne too much.

"Ten of my best mates are from Port Melbourne. It was pretty hard to leave in the first place but a few AFL clubs said to me if I wanted to get another crack I should go over there and see what happens.

"But if nothing happened I was always going back to Port. It's my home. No other place I'd want to be.''

Port had to wrangle a transfer fee with Norwood since he was on a two-year deal.

Batsanis said he improved as a player in the SANFL and was determined to have a good comeback season for the Borough.

Port has also secured well-regarded Caulfield Grammarians midfielder Tom O'Sullivan, the son of Carlton official Shane.

O'Sullivan won the best-and-fairest this year.

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