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Key Facts

Full name
Stewart Crameri

Known as
Stewart Crameri

10 August 1988 (age 35)

Age at first & last AFL game
First game: 22y 3d
Last game: 29y 289d

Height and weight
Height: 190 cm
Weight: 98 kg

Senior clubs
Essendon; Bendigo; Essendon Reserves; Western Bulldogs; Footscray; Geelong; Geelong Reserves

Jumper numbers
Essendon: 45, 12
Western Bulldogs: 8
Geelong: 36

Recruited from
Essendon (2014); Western Bulldogs (2018)

Stewart Crameri

ClubLeagueCareer spanGamesGoalsAvgWin %AKIAHBAMKBV
Essendon ReservesVFL2013210.50
Western BulldogsAFL2014-2015, 201742701.6743%7.626.933.717
FootscrayVFL2015, 2017661.00
Geelong ReservesVFL20189212.33
AFL2010-2015, 2017-20181031711.6650%7.656.814.2112
VFL2010, 2013, 2015, 2017-201819291.53
Total2010-2015, 2017-20181222001.64

AFL: 11,880th player to appear, 2,352nd most games played, 534th most goals kickedEssendon: 1,093rd player to appear, 329th most games played, 85th most goals kickedWestern Bulldogs: 976th player to appear, 300th most games played, 91st most goals kickedGeelong: 1,077th player to appear, 899th most games played, 533rd most goals kicked

Stewart Crameri has played 79 games for Essendon and the Western Bulldogs since he debuted for the Bombers in 2010.

Crameri was selected by Essendon with the forty-third pick in the 2009 AFL Rookie Draft. After spending three seasons with the Bendigo Bombers, Crameri was finally given a chance at senior football after strong rumors in 2008 that he would be drafted by Essendon. In 2009, he was one of the few shining lights in a very dark year for the Bendigo Bombers who went through the season rooted to the bottom of the ladder and winless. He originally played for Maryborough Football Club in the Bendigo Football League, and unlike most Victorians in the AFL, did not play in the TAC Cup as a junior.

Crameri made his AFL debut for Essendon against Collingwood in Round 20 of the 2010 AFL season.

Crameri has had a great 2011 season up forward for Essendon, kicking 34 goals and was the club's leading goalkicker. At the Crichton Medal, Essendon FC Best & Fairest, he was awarded the Matthew Lloyd Leading Goal Kicking Award, and was the Essendon Football Club Most Improved player for 2011.

The Goldfields Region Sports Association awarded Crameri the Jack Worrall Medal for the region's most outstanding sportsperson for 2011.

After 57 games over four seasons with Essendon, Crameri was traded to the Western Bulldogs at the end of the 2013 season. His first season with the Dogs produced many creditable performances and 37 goals in 22 matches.



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