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Dom Barry

Image DOB: 7 March 1994

Debut: Round 15, 2014 against Western Bulldogs at Docklands
Last Game: Round 23, 2014 against North Melbourne at Docklands

From: Alice Springs/St Patrick's, 2012 pre-draft trade

Numbers: 33 2014

Honours:
Australian International Rules team - 2013

Games: 5
Goals: 0
Career statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %
0050.00

Barry was listed by Greater Western Sydney as a Northern Territory Zone player, which allowed them to trade him to the Demons along with pick 20 and the right to select the second player in the 2012 mini-draft - Jesse Hogan - for pick three.

Originally from the Northern Territory, Barry moved to Victoria for school at 14-years-old when he won an indigenous tennis scholarship.

A fringe football player at St Patrick's College entering 2012, he had a remarkable rise to the point where he was being spoken of as a potential second round draft selection before Melbourne secured his services.

Barry didn't play a senior match in his first year with the club, spending the entire year with the Casey Demons. Despite this he toured Ireland with the Indigenous All-Stars team at the end of the season.

After two games midway through 2014 Barry signed a contract extension which kept him at the club until the end of 2016. He played a further three for the rest of the year.

At the end of the season Barry retired, citing a desire to return to the Northern Territory. He played for Federals in Alice Springs in 2015, and Waratahs in the NTFL season.

Played for SANFL side Glenelg in 2017.

YearGamesGoalsBrownlow
2014 500


Lists
Indigenous Players
Interstate recruits
SANFL

Media
"From NT to Ballarat and beyond, Barry becomes a Demon" - melbournefc.com.au 09/10/2012
"Barry's heart beats true"- melbournefc.com.au 10/07/2014
"Dom Barry quits AFL" - Herald Sun 12/11/2014

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