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Key Facts

Full name
Jaxon Crabb

Known as
Jaxon Crabb

7 November 1979 (age 44)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 18y 168d
Last game: 22y 290d

Height and weight
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 81 kg

Senior clubs
Claremont; West Coast; Port Adelaide; South Adelaide

Jumper numbers
West Coast: 35
Port Adelaide: 42

Recruited from
West Coast (2002)

Jaxon Crabb

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV
West CoastAFL1998-20001520.1327%5.133.731.730
South AdelaideSANFL20021680.50
Port AdelaideAFL2002400.00100%3.501.500.500
AFL1998-2000, 20021920.1142%4.793.261.470

AFL: 10,869th player to appear, 6,715th most games played, 8,252nd most goals kickedWest Coast: 112th player to appear, 189th most games played, 210th most goals kickedPort Adelaide: 66th player to appear, 180th most games played, 186th most goals kicked

An industrious and influential midfielder who rarely puts in a bad game, Jaxon Crabb has currently played 188 league games for Claremont over eleven seasons. A triple winner of the club's fairest and best award, his career highlight came in 2005 when he claimed the Sandover Medal. Besides his time at Claremont Crabb has played AFL football with West Coast and Port Adelaide, in the SANFL with South Adelaide, and for the Western Australian state league team on four occasions.

Author - John Devaney


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