Young footballer died on a boys’ outing in Kuta, Bali, after he drowned in review pool

  • Young footballer died on a boys’ outing in Kuta, Bali, after he drowned in review pool
  • Anthony ‘Cav’ Cavallaro, 29, is being remembered as a ‘true champion’ by family
  • The immature male had ‘lightning quick wit’ and wanted to change people’s lives
  • Hundreds of people have paid reverence to a ‘warmest and kindest’ immature man 

Emily Pidgeon For Daily Mail Australia

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A former football has died during a outing to Bali after he drowned in a review pool. 

Family announced a comfortless genocide of 29-year-old Anthony ‘Cav’ Cavallaro on amicable media progressing this week after he drowned on a boys’ outing in Kuta. 

The pledge fighter was remembered as a ‘true champion’ who they were ‘so proud’ of, withdrawal a ‘great hole’ in his family and friends’ lives.

‘He was a loyal champion in all a eyes. We will skip your quirky humour and a clandestine adore we had for us all,’ his sister Maria Cavallaro wrote. 

Family announced a comfortless genocide of 29-year-old Anthony 'Cav' Cavallaro (pictured) on amicable media progressing this week after he drowned on a boys' outing in Kuta, Bali

Family announced a comfortless genocide of 29-year-old Anthony ‘Cav’ Cavallaro (pictured) on amicable media progressing this week after he drowned on a boys’ outing in Kuta, Bali

The pledge fighter (left) was remembered as a 'true champion' who they were 'so proud' of, withdrawal a 'great hole' in his family and friends' lives

The pledge fighter (left) was remembered as a ‘true champion’ who they were ‘so proud’ of, withdrawal a ‘great hole’ in his family and friends’ lives

‘His family and best crony adore are with him in Bali and we will be bringing him home.’

Ms Cavallaro pronounced her hermit ‘lived to assistance other people’ and had a lightning quick wit that left people in stitches.

‘He always wanted to make a change in someone else’s life, and he did,’ she told The Herald.

‘He passes divided a clever man, as he always was – that’s how we wish people to remember him.’

The gifted diver actor for University of Newcastle Rugby League Club for 4 years including a premiership win in 2008.

‘He was a initial bloke to put an arm around we in good times and bad,’  UNRLC President Shaun Johnston told a publication.

The bar described him as a ‘wonderful athlete’ that left ‘opponents rapacious during air’.

‘As a chairman he was one of a warmest and kindest immature group you’ll ever meet,’ they wrote online.

Hundreds of tributes flooded amicable media for a 'fine character' with many observant their 'hearts were broken' though they would have 'Cav in (their) hearts forever' 

Hundreds of tributes flooded amicable media for a ‘fine character’ with many observant their ‘hearts were broken’ though they would have ‘Cav in (their) hearts forever’ 

'He was a loyal champion in all a eyes. We will skip your quirky humour and a clandestine adore we had for us all,' his sister Maria Cavallaro wrote (pictured) 

‘He was a loyal champion in all a eyes. We will skip your quirky humour and a clandestine adore we had for us all,’ his sister Maria Cavallaro wrote (pictured) 

‘The University of Newcastle RLFC mourns a detriment of one of a favourite sons, and we extend a thought’s to Cav’s family and friends. 

‘You’ll be missed mate.’  

Hundreds of tributes flooded amicable media for a ‘fine character’ with many observant their ‘hearts were broken’ though they would have ‘Cav in (their) hearts forever’.

‘What a good guy. Always vital life to a fullest, always good fun and a honestly caring bloke,’ one chairman wrote.

 ‘Cav came to a residence as a carer … always a kind, pleasing immature man. We will skip him,’ another shared.         


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