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Jason Dunstall

Jason Dunstall, is a former Australian rules football player for the Hawthorn Football Club of the AFL. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest full-forwards and the greatest Queensland born player of all time. Dunstall played in...

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Jason Dunstall's Biography

Jason Dunstall, is a former Australian rules football player for the Hawthorn Football Club of the AFL. He was widely regarded as one of the greatest full-forwards and the greatest Queensland born player of all time.
Dunstall played in premiership sides in 1986, 1988, 1989 and 1991. He also played in 5 night premierships.
From 1995-98, he captained the Hawks.
Jason Dunstall qualified for the prestigious All-Australian side in 1988, 1989, 1992 and 1994, and was also part of the Hawthorn Team of the Century. He retired at the end of season 1998 after 269 games.
Post football, Jason Dunstall has been guest commentator on the Seven Network and radio station 3AW and was a regular panellist in the early days of The AFL Footy Show.
Dunstall recently held the position of interim CEO at Hawthorn, and currently works on radio station Triple M as a commentator.
He has also hosted various television shows, including Channel 7's Live and Kicking, Fox Footy's Saturday Central (with Wayne Carey), On the Couch and League Teams.
He was a host of Triple M radio show "The Gospel" with Nathan Brown (Western Bulldogs/Richmond Tigers), Peter Everitt (St.Kilda Saints/Hawthorn Hawks/Sydney Swans) and Nick Riewoldt (St. Kilda Saints) until 2006.
He is currently the co-host of "The Dead Set Legends" alongside Andrew Gaze on Saturday mornings on the Triple M Melbourne radio station.
Dunstall is now the host of Before the Bounce, a weekly football show broadcast on Foxtel.