Magpie stars go to school

PIES CHAT: Mason Cox and Tyson Goldsack.FOR the past two days Collingwood players have invaded Bendigo, with their entire senior squad exploring the region as part of its Community Camp.
Nanjing Night Net

A lucky group of Weeroona College Bendigo students got a chance to speak with two Magpies players, Tyson Goldsack and Mason Cox.

Both players are in different stages of their careers, Goldsack a premiership player who has played 124 games for Collingwood, while Cox is an international rookie, who pulled on the black and white jumper for the first time in Sunday’s NAB Challenge game.

Students spent about an hour talking with the pair, asking questions about their achievements and how the game has changed over the years.

Goldsack,in his ninth year with the Pies, spoke to students aboutmaking the right decisions, whether it be on or off the field.

“It is about choosing the right path and understanding the ramifications of what you do,” he said.

“It is about making the right decisions, especially when it comes to social media.”

Cox, who has a mechanical engineering degree,also spoke about the importance of school and going to university.

“A degree never expires, so you can always fall back on that,” he said.

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