Parents of Melbourne teenager say manslaughter sentence should have been harsher, and Cronin died looking after his friends and ‘doing what we taught him’

Young Melbourne footballer Patrick Cronin was doing as his parents had taught him when he was hit with a fatal, unprovoked punch – he was looking after his mates.

The man who threw that “coward’s” punch, Andrew Lee, has been jailed for eight years for manslaughter, but the victim’s family thinks he should’ve got more.

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