Former Falcons junior and talented Northern Territory forward Keidan Holt-Tubbs makes his return to the Wyndhamvale Football Club. The 20-year-old has spent much of the past decade living and playing footy in the Darwin for the Palmerston Magpies in the NTFL summer competition. Holt-Tubbs picked up the senior goal-kicking award with the Magpies during his last couple of seasons. Playing as a junior at the old Honour Avenue ground, Keidon's passion for footy began as he laced up for a few years of U9's and some U11's footy with the Vales before moving north. In recent years, the Northern Territory state junior went on to represent the NT Thunder in the NEAFL competition. In 2016, Keidan played a season with the Cobram FNC in Murray Football League winning the clubs senior goal-kicking award. Wearing the No.10 jumper this season, the 188cm mobile marking forward adds more flexibility to the senior team. He has ability to play across half back or be thrown into the midfield with great affect. Ahead of his return, Holt-Tibbs said "I'm really excited, nervous and bit anxious but all around I'm just excited to head back to the club where it all started in the mighty Falcons." Senior Coach, Daniel Bunworth said "It's great to have yet another former junior return to the club! Holt-Tubbs has been playing some high quality football up in the NTFL and will undoubtedly bring some great excitement to the playing group." Bunworth added "the list is looking healthy and we are looking forward to having Keidan on board to further strengthen our list! Welcome back home mate!"