What's your day job?
Maintenance supervisor we'll call it. I work for community housing so we look after all the housing properties in Launceston with general maintenance.
Where did you start playing footy?
I played under-11s when I was nine. I went to Melbourne for half of 2015 but then I came back and played in that premiership, so apart from that I've played at North Launceston every year.
Remember your first senior goal?
I don't - I didn't kick many when I was younger, it took me until I was about 18 or 19 til I started kicking a few. But my first game I played was Anzac Day and it was a curtain raiser for the AFL in 2009, I was 16, grade 10.
Favourite player growing up?
I was always a really big fan of Chris Judd - especially in his younger West Coast days, just how much speed and power he had away from stoppages and his ability to create something that probably wasn't there, he was always really good to watch.
Best player you've played with?
I've played with Tom Couch and Chris Tarrant came down and played a year with us, but if you were going a body of work it'd be Taylor [Whitford].
I've played with Taylor for 10 years now, he's won three club best and fairests, two player of the year awards. You could say Josh [Ponting's] year last year was really good.
Best player you've played against?
I've played on Cameron Thurley, Scott Stephens, Jaye Bowden back when he was dominating the competition - that's a really tough one, we've had some good players in the state.
I'll say Jaye - he's won three league best and fairests and two goalkicking awards.
I played on him when I was only young and he was 21, 22 and he was just dominating - even when I got a bit older and playing some good footy those years, he was dominating the competition with the things he could do.
Any chance of a Cox-Goodyer footy field family reunion?
Dunno - Andrew's coaching Rocherlea and he's quite happy up there and my younger brother plays up there as well.
He's got a young family as well so the time commitment to play at North Launny is probably a bit too much for those two and I've still got a few years here.
I was pretty lucky to play in two premierships with my brother. I've got three brothers and we've always wanted to play a game with all of us in the one team but I don't see it happening because the older brother is 35.
Who are you closest with at North Launceston?
Josh. I was his best man at his wedding last October. We only live around the corner and we come to the game with each other and I've known him since high school.
Hobbies outside of footy?
Just normal guy things - I play a bit of golf. It takes up a bit of time playing state league.
With full-time work then you've got to train three times a week to be a good player, and to be able to do that you've got to do your gym work so you're taking away a couple more days.
So it's tough to have a hobby, especially in season because it feels like you're here all the time, so that's why you've got to enjoy your time here because if you're not there's no point doing it really.
The premierships. I've been lucky enough to play in four of them. I played six years of senior footy and only played one final - we were down the bottom for a long time and that wasn't very enjoyable, it didn't make it very fun.
Then 2014 came along and no-one gave us a chance again. I think there were about four games to go and we were fifth and there was this media podcast they did and they tipped us to not make the finals - 'they're too young, they're too inexperienced' and all that.
We ended up finishing third and then we won the flag that year. We would have been the youngest team in the competition by a long way and we won it so that was pretty special.
2015 we were the underdogs in the grand final, we had a lot of injuries and we manged to win that.
2017 we bounced back after losing one which is always good and then 2018, once again people thought we weren't going to win it, everyone was saying Launceston had the best list. Premierships are always the highlights.
If I was to go back and pick one it'd be 2015 - we lost [Daniel] Roozendaal, Tommy Bennett and Jay Lockhart through the finals.
We had to go to Hobart, Glenorchy had lost two games all year, one was to us [at UTAS Stadium] by a point or something like that and one was round one or two.
They were clearly the favourites and we had no right to win it and we went down there and won by 12 points I think in the end.
That one stands out because our backs were against the wall - we lost three of our best players and managed to go and beat a team that dominated the whole year.
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