31 Years Old
194 AFL Games over 13 Seasons
4 × Port Adelaide leading goalkicker
Jay’s football career began early, when he was picked for the under 16 All Australian side in 2001, playing in Ireland in 2002, and winning the Ron Barassi Medal voted best player of the series. Jay was then drafted in 2002 at age 17 to the Richmond Football Club, at pick 12, where he played 71 games over 7 seasons. Jay was then traded at the end of 2009 to the Port Adelaide Football Club, where he finished career playing a total of 194 games and been the leading goal kicker for the Port Adelaide Football club in the years 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Jay also finished equal second in the Coleman Medal tally in 2014, as well as being named in the All Australian Squad. Jay completed a remedial massage course in 2008, receiving a certificate IV in Massage Therapy qualifying him as a sports massage therapist. Jay has also completed a Level 2 Coaching Course, which will enable him to be an assistant coach at AFL level, and head coach at any other level.
33 Years Old
160 AFL Games over 15 Seasons
AFL All Australian Team 2010
Mark is a life member of the Melbourne football club, playing for 14 seasons starting back in 2002. He recently joined Essendon in 2016 to help out when they required senior players to help the team through a tough year. He is currently the ruck coach at the bombers.
Mark has multiple interests in life, one of them being the health and fitness of our countries youth. Now with video games, phones, fast food and unfortunately drugs in society, Mark is determined to make a difference and help reverse some of the negative impacts the current environment and particular issues are having on our youth.
In Marks vision, a well-balanced lifestyle consisting of education, activity, nutrition and fun will set the foundations for success and happiness in every child.