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Aaron Young takes positives out of Suns’ unique start

Gold Coast Suns forward Aaron Young is choosing to take the positives out of the club’s nomadic start to the year.

The Suns have been forced to play the opening half of the season away from Metricon Stadium, with their home ground unavailable due to the Commonwealth Games.

The club has opted to spend the last two weeks in Perth, which included ‘hosting’ Fremantle at Optus Stadium but only return to home comforts against Geelong on June 2.

The 25-year-old, who moved from Port Adelaide in the off-season, told Afternoons he was looking forward to making the most of the unique situation.

“It’s been really good, especially for the young guys, to get away and build our relationships,” Young said.

“In a bonding sense, it was good to spend some time with some teammates who you wouldn’t usually spend time with on the (Gold) Coast.

“We want to take the opportunity to learn from all our games.”

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