GOALKICKING sensation Damian Cupido has been called up for Ballarat Football League representative duties.
The new Bacchus Marsh recruit is a late addition to the line-up to face Western Region in the AFL Victoria Community Championship at Footscray's Whitten Oval on Saturday.
Cupido has kicked 10 goals in each of his only two appearances for the Cobras.
Although they have been against two of the BFL's lower teams, Melton South and Ballarat, Cupido has played restricted time in each encounter.
The former Brisbane and Essendon player joined Bacchus Marsh from Airport West in the Essendon District league after just a handful of games as coach.
The BFL announced a final squad of 23 on Wednesday.
Cupido is one of six players who were not in the original training squad, joining Luke Bucknall (Lake Wendouree), Nathan Horbury (Redan), Andrew Pitson (Lake Wendouree), Tom Carey (Lake Wendouree) and Ben Sortino (Melton South).
Shane Page (Darley), Simon McCartin (North Ballarat City) and Josh Burgess (Sunbury) were among players unable to be considered because of injury.
Nick Hind (East Point)
Luke Bucknall (Lake Wendouree)
Nathan Horbury (Redan)
Jarryd Graham (North Ballarat City)
Chris Giampaolo (Redan)
Nathan Pring (Lake Wendouree)
Steve Kennedy (Darley)
Mitch Banner (Darley)
Luke Delahey (Darley)
Daniel Kennedy (Ballarat)
Daniel Tung (East Point)
Jackson Bolton (Bacchus Marsh)
Lucas Anderson (Lake Wendouree)
Matthew Notman (Melton)
Andrew Pitson (Lake Wendouree)
Grant Valles (Sunbury)
Derick Micallef (North Ballarat City)
Alec Del Papa (Bacchus Marsh)
Lane Buckwell (Lake Wendouree)
Thomas Carey (Lake Wendouree)
Ben Sortino (Melton South)
Ryan Hobbs (North Ballarat City)
Damian Cupido (Bacchus Marsh)
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