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Jack Gardiner

Image DOB: 8 May 1881
Died: 3 April 1967

MFC Debut: Round 1, 1903 against South Melbourne at Lake Oval
Last Game: Round 1, 1908 against Richmond at Punt Road

From: St Juke's/Carlton

Games: 70 (86 total)
Goals: 54 (59 total)
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
1905127.14

The son of a former Carlton VFA player of the 1870's, Gardiner's middle name was also Carlton and appropriately he made his debut for the Blues in 1901.

After two seasons with his namesake he transferred to Melbourne and played five seasons at the Redledgs before leaving after the first game of 1908 when he was given the chance to coach Tasmania in the interstate carnival. He also coached a TFL representative team and served as an umpire.

In 1909 he joined Cananore as captain and led them to four premierships - including three in a row from 1909 to 1911 and a Tasmanian state title in 1910. He captained Tasmania again in the 1911 Adelaide Carnival.

After the war he became captain/coach of Cananore, winning premierships again in 1921 and 1922. He spent 1924 as playing coach at North Hobart before retiring from playing aged 42 and served as non-playing coach the next year.

He later coached Kingston, New Norfolk, Hobart High School, Friends School, St.Virgils College and the Cananore seconds. Gardiner was also a well known local cricketer for the Derwent club.

His brother Vin also played for both Melbourne and Carlton.

YearGamesGoals
1903 137
1904 1524
1905 126
1906 155
1907 1412
1908 10

Notes
Official records show him playing his last game in Round 1, 1908 newspapers suggest he returned to play in Round 17 as well.

Said to have played state football in 1907. May have played for City as well.

Lists
Family

Media
The Australasian - 16/05/1908
The Argus - 29/04/1909
The Mercury - 24/08/1923

Links
Australian Football profile
Blueseum profile
Wikipedia profile

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