Alex Aurrichio Wiki – Alex Aurrichio Cause of death
Alex Aurrichio, a hunter who has moved from Australia to pursue the dream of AFR from the “cute larrikin” America, follows after being killed in a bike crash in the Northern Territory.
Aurrichio reported on Monday that he was riding a bicycle when he hit a deadly car on a bicycle in Howard Springs.
Alex Aurrichio Age
He was 30 years old.
Alex Aurrichio Cause of death
Alex Aurrichio died in a cycling accident.
Alex Aurrichio where he was from?
Originally from New York, Aurrichio moved to Australia hoping to play at AFL in late 2014.
Alex Aurrichio state league clubs Career
Aurrichio has represented a large number of state league clubs that have played in VFL (North Blues), SANFL (South Adelaide) and NEAFL (Southport Sharks) over the past five years. He most recently played in NTFL (Waratah).
Waratah Football Club wished condolences to the Aurrichio family on Tuesday night.
“Please relax a little to know that Rooch is loved by his family and spread across Australia. Waratah friends are now coming together to support each other after losing their beloved teammates. ”
Rooch came to the club and instantly made an impact with his strong play on the pitch and his stronger character on the pitch. It quickly became a favorite in Tahs!
“He had been constantly moving to Darwin recently and was immersed in the lifestyle that offered the entire Region, including fishing and camping.”
Waratah Football Club released a statement
“The South Adelaide Football Club was devastated to learn that ex-player Alexander Aurrichio passed after a bike accident in Darwin.”
“We wish his family Lou and Jill Aurrichio and his family, present and former teammates and many friends the deepest condolences in this extremely difficult time.”
Andrew Boston, Southport Sharks co-captain, said the NEAFL club was “devastated” by the news.
“We’re all a bit shocked right now,” Boston said.
The club said Aurrichio was a person who “clearly touched all who met him”.
“We are all in disbelief that we have lost such a loveable larrikin. Rooch will be remembered fondly … and sorely missed,” the statement read.
“Love you Rooch, Hooray baby!”
Aurrichio joined Southport at the start of 2019. He was due to soon return to the Gold Coast to play footy and work in construction.
Southport co-captain Andrew Boston said Aurrichio was “a bloke everyone wanted to be around”.
“He was one of the best clubman at the Southport Sharks. He got around every single player and everyone came to him for advice.
“He leaves a massive hole here. It’s a tough loss in football but even bigger loss because we are a family at Southport and it feels like we have all just lost a brother.”
Aurrichio played eight SANFL league games for South Adelaide from 2017 to 2018, but the Panthers said he left “an impact far greater than the eight League games he played”.
They added Aurrichio had a “lasting impact” at the club and became a “fan favourite thanks to his larger than life personality and iconic mullet”.
“Rooch had a love for adventure off the field, taking every opportunity to explore Australia when he could, with his AFL odyssey recently taking him to Darwin to play with Waratahs in the NTFL,” the South Adelaide statement read.
“Our deepest condolences to his parents Lou and Jill Aurrichio and family, current and former teammates and his many friends during this extremely difficult time.”
The Carlton Football Club, which recently parted ways with VFL affiliate Northern Blues, also paid tribute to Aurrichio via Twitter.