Damien Gaspar

Image DOB: 28 March 1975

Debut: Round 8, 1995 against Hawthorn at Waverley
Last Game: Round 19, 1998 against Carlton at MCG

From: South Fremantle, Selection #84, 1992 National Draft

Number: 32 (1995-1998)

Reserves Best and Fairest - 1998

Games: 29
Goals: 0
Career Statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

The defender and brother of Richmond and Sydney player Darren, Gaspar didn't immediately move to Victoria after being drafted, debuting more than two seasons after the Demons picked him up. He played 28 senior games before badly injuring his groin midway through 1997 and missing the rest of the season. Gaspar returned for one final game in 1998 but couldn't find a place in a strong Demons backline. That season he won the Reserves Best and Fairest, before being delisted.

Gaspar returned to the WAFL and joined East Fremantle in 1999 while simultaneously working as a policeman. He was their captain in 2004 and 2005 before retiring and being replaced by Shane Woewodin. He played 110 games for East Fremantle and later worked as their Football Manager.

A third brother Travis played for West Coast.

1995 800
1996 800
1997 1200
1998 100
Tribunal Record
Round 22, 1995 Unduly rough play Unknown
Round 9, 1997 Charging Not Guilty

Family at other clubs
Interstate recruits

Some sources say his 1997 injury was a hernia

Canberra Times - 06/09/1995

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