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About me

  • AFL
  • Essendon Bombers
  • Port Adelaide Power

Gavin Wanganeen is a former AFL player who played for Essendon in the AFL and Port Adelaide in both the AFL and SANFL. Wanganeen won the 1993 Brownlow Medal and has been inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame. He was a 2x AFL premiership player (1993, 2004), was an SANFL premiership player (1990), was a John Cahill Medalist in 2003 and the Port Adelaide captain between 1997-2000. In addition to this, he was a 5x All-Australian team representative (1992, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2003) and participated in the National Football Carnival championship of 1993. Further to this, Wanganeen was awarded the following honours: Michael Tuck Medal (1993), Essendon Team of the Century (back pocket) and Champions of Essendon (number 19).

Wanganeen is currently a contributor for Fox Sports Footy, is a contemporary Aboriginal artist and is a Director for the Port Adelaide Football Club.