Henry Hustwaite – A Midfield Utility For The Dandenong Stingrays
Henry Hustwaite has seen an unexpected late growth spurt propel him into draft calculations as an outstanding midfield utility player. Sharing roles with Vic Country this season, he provides delicate ball movement from defence or powerful midfield presence within the square.
At 194cm and 84kg, he boasts excellent hands and poise beyond his years. Able to work through congestion while being an effective defender.
Early Life and Education
Hustwaite is an accomplished writer, having contributed her music journalism work to music journalism websites like the AU Review and SYN Media. Additionally, she hosts Triple J’s weeknight evening show Good Nights as well as hosting “Saturday Night Stay In”, an Instagram series where she interviews Australian musicians as well as hosting live acoustic performances.
Dick Hustwaite was born at Ballarat East to Sydney John Hustwaite and Lavinia Maude Lee Soon from Canton Province in China whose family immigrated to Australia during the late 19th century.
Henry Hustwaite, Campbell Hustwaite’s younger brother at Dandenong Stingrays and co-captain of their co-captain Campbell Hustwaite of Dandenong Stingrays co-captain Campbell Hustwaite co-captain is an agile midfielder possessing great smarts and composure at stoppages. At 194 cm this prospect possesses excellent overhead marking skills while being reliable inside distributor.
He’s an adaptable player, comfortable playing both wings and forwards, with speed to break through the lines and good footy smarts to boot. Representing Glenelg in the U-18 Premiership and possessing great kicking for goal skills; ranking fourth nationally at his draft combine.
He shows great promise and could make his debut next season, making him an attractive option for seasonal fantasy leagues as midfielder.
Achievement and Honors
Dick Hustwaite died peacefully at his Ballarat home on 18 September 1961 and was laid to rest at Ballarat New Cemetery. Before his passing, he witnessed both of his sons, Neil and Stuart marry and pursue successful careers, as well as six grandchildren being born into their family unit. Hazel Hustwaite outlived him by 30 years and passed away there on 2 April 1993.
Henry Campbell is a 194cm midfielder who has quickly established himself as one of the premier draft prospects during 2022. A prolific ball-winner at stoppages, reliable inside distributor and traffic navigator who displays elite composure; Henry has been likened to Scott Pendlebury due to his superior ball winning and stoppage skills; also notable is his powerful two-way running ability and endurance ability – leading him in contest ball winning at Vic Country carnival amongst other feats of strength.
Hustwaite made her radio debut for SYN Media before becoming one of the presenters on Triple J’s weeknight evening program Good Nights, later producing and hosting several live music programs. She currently resides in Melbourne, Australia.
Hustwaite is a tall, balanced midfielder known for her elite hands and control during stoppages. In 2022 she helped Dandenong Stingrays win their best and fairest award and went on to shine during their national championship run.
Henry stands at 194cm and weighs in at 84kg, making him an exceptional onballer. An adept user by foot and hand, Henry moves smoothly through congestion making it hard for opponents to match up against him. Furthermore, Henry excels at inside ball winning. One to keep an eye on in coming years!
Hustwaite has become synonymous with success at Dandenong Stingrays recently, with current draft prospect Henry following in the footsteps of elder brother Campbell as 2018 premiership captain of his club. Henry made an impactful contribution this season for both Big V and Vic Country championship deciders – initially as third tall behind the ball before moving forward into midfield and earning himself a national combine invite. Standing at 194cm Hustwaite could see himself rapidly progress into top-level reckoning throughout 2022 due to his poise and left-foot kicking ability – unrivalled natural footballing traits found nowhere else!