From last kid picked for footy scratch matches to five Paralympics

Warren Lawton at home in Galatea street with some of his medals and admirer Jack.

WARREN LAWTON isn’t sure he can put a hand to the wooden box with the medals in his shed. But eventually he returns and puts it on the kitchen table. All in the past now. “He went from nobody to somebody and back to nobody,” says his wife Nicole.

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