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Jamie Shanahan

Jamie Shanahan
Personal information
Date of birth (1967-12-06) 6 December 1967
Original team Hobart (TFL)
Debut Round 3, 5 April 1992, St Kilda
v. West Coast, at Subiaco Oval
Height/Weight 194 cm / 102 kg
Playing career1
Years Club Games (Goals)
1992–1997
1998–1999
Total
St Kilda
Melbourne
125 (0)
037 (0)
162 (0)
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1999 season.

James "Jamie" Shanahan (born 6 December 1967) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for St Kilda and Melbourne in the Australian Football League (AFL).

Contents

  • Early career 1
  • St Kilda 2
  • Melbourne 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Early career

He played with Hobart in Tasmania, then also spent some time with Fitzroy pre-season in 1986 and had played with the Fitzroy reserves (at least one game at North Hobart). He later played for Hobart under Peter Hudson, and became a police officer in Tasmania, when he was granted extended leave to play AFL.

St Kilda

Picked up as a late pick in the 1990 AFL Draft (pick 92), Shanahan spent two seasons with St Kilda's reserves before debuting in 1992 with the St Kilda Football Club. Shanahan played in St Kilda’s 1996 AFL Ansett Australia Cup winning side – the club's first AFL Cup win.[1] He was a tall, solid defender and was valuable to the club. Shanahan played in 22 of 22 matches in the 1997 AFL Premiership Season home and away rounds in which St Kilda Football Club qualified in first position for the 1997 AFL Finals Series, winning the club’s 2nd Minor Premiership and 1st McClelland Trophy.[2] His peak came in 1997 with the Saints when he performed brilliantly at full-back, but during the 1997 AFL Grand Final he suffered from a goal onslaught by Adelaide matchwinners Darren Jarman and Shane Ellen. Many St Kilda supporters still cringe at then-coach Stan Alves' refusal to move Shanahan off Jarman, who kicked five last quarter goals to win the Grand Final for Adelaide.

Melbourne

After the 1997 season had finished, Shanahan moved to the Melbourne Football Club due to the Saints not granting the then 30-year-old's request for a long-term contract. He played out his career at the Demons and played his last game at the end of 1999. He played at full back and did not score any goals in his career, only five behinds, one in 1996 and four in 1997.

References

  1. ^ "AFL 1996 Ansett Cup Grand Final – St Kilda v Carlton". Slattery Media Group. 1996-03-23. Retrieved 2009-11-07. 
  2. ^ "1997 Season Scores and Results – Ladder". AFL Tables. Retrieved 2009-11-07. 

External links

  • Jamie Shanahan's statistics from AFL Tables
  • Demon Wiki profile


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