185. Jamie Shanahan

Hobart/St Kilda/Sandringham/Melbourne, Full Back, 1988-2007

> 125 games, St Kilda, 1992-97
> 37 games, Melbourne, 1998-99
> Hobart best and fairest, 1989
> Represented Tasmania in six State of Origin games
> Hobart premiership, 1990
> Named as full back in Hobart’s ‘Best Team of 50 Years’, announced 2000

Born 6 December 1967, Jamie Shanahan played in St Kilda’s losing 1997 grand final side and had to endure a torrid time against Darren Jarman. Traded to Melbourne, he continued his AFL career for a further two seasons. Despite playing more than 150 games of AFL football he did not kick one goal, playing his career almost exclusively at full back in both his club matches and six state games. Shanahan has continued contributing to football as an assistant coach and development coach in Victoria and Queensland.