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The Jordan Clark Thread

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Like the look of this fella. Bit of dash, calm with the ball and long accurate kick. 

Will admit I do know him and he is a cracking fella too. 

Certainly worth a look. 

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Who where what why?

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Look, to be fair, not everyone follows the junior cricket development pathways.

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I pay absolutely no attention to the TAC Cup.  Not now that we're half decent and not in play for a pick inside the Top 20 anyway.  So, therefore, I have no idea who the bloke is.  I've heard of Rankine and Lukosius in the last few days, but that's it.

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There are a few blokes in the chinkapook bocce club worth looking at too

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2 hours ago, Wiseblood said:

I pay absolutely no attention to the TAC Cup.  Not now that we're half decent and not in play for a pick inside the Top 20 anyway.  So, therefore, I have no idea who the bloke is.  I've heard of Rankine and Lukosius in the last few days, but that's it.

You won't find him in the TAC cup. WA Country boy from Albany which is a strong football breeding ground producing current players Marley Williams, Jeremy amd Mitch Mcgovern and past players Michael Gardiner, Tarkyn Lockyer amd mamy past WAFL Champions

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On 7/6/2018 at 10:36 PM, Pennant St Dee said:

You won't find him in the TAC cup. WA Country boy from Albany which is a strong football breeding ground producing current players Marley Williams, Jeremy amd Mitch Mcgovern and past players Michael Gardiner, Tarkyn Lockyer amd mamy past WAFL Champions

Flight risk?

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1 hour ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Unbelievably not in Buckenara’s top 30. 

Pace and skill. Definite top 20 player. 

Would be a steal if available at 23

Fair chance that he’ll be amongst the first 10 names called out.

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What are his stats...height, weight, position etc

 

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1 hour ago, djr said:

What are his stats...height, weight, position etc

 

Cal Twomey’s October Phantom Form Guide has him taken at 10:-

10 Jordan Clark

POS: Half-back

Ht 182cm, Wt 78kg, DOB 16/10/00

From Claremont/Western Australia

Clark is coming with a rush. The West Australian's season gained momentum after winning All Australian honours at the under-18 championships, and he played some solid senior footy for Claremont late in the year to push himself into the top 10 of some clubs' draft boards. He's a good user of the ball off half-back and is given the ball to make things happen, and the former elite junior cricketer finished eighth in the 2km time trial last week.

 

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1 hour ago, Caligula's cohort said:

Surely the Weagles would get to him before us with picks 20 and 22.

That’s is the only issue

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12 hours ago, Dirts said:

Would love the chance to play at dees from all accounts 

What accounts? 

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On 11/4/2018 at 11:16 PM, Dirts said:

Would love the chance to play at dees from all accounts 

Who says that?

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On 11/5/2018 at 8:48 AM, Redleg said:

What accounts? 

A liittle birdy told me

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1 hour ago, Dirts said:

A liittle birdy told me

Twitter?

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Twomey has him at pick 10. Not in Buckenara’s best 30. I have Clark around 14-18. Will get snapped up by Eagles at 20 or 22 in a heartbeat.  

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