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Paul Hasleby


Paul Hasleby played for the Fremantle Football Club, East Fremantle and South Fremantle Football Clubs. He was the winner of the AFL Rising Star Award in 2000 after being taken and pick number 2 in the 1999 AFL Draft and is the current coach of South Fremantle in the WAFL. Hasleby immediately showed why he was so highly regarded with 30 possessions in his debut game in round 1 2000. He was awarded the AFL Rising Star nomination for that game and went on further to win the award that season. His form continued throughout the year and he only missed the final round due to injury. 2001 was a disappointing year for Fremantle, with only two wins for the season, and Hasleby's form also suffered. However, Hasleby did not miss a game between 2002 and 2005, despite suffering at times from a hernia-like injury during the 2005 season. In seasons 2003 and 2004 he was ranked in the top 10 in the league in total disposals. Paul suffered a season-ending knee injury in Fremantle's first NAB Cup game of 2008 against West Coast at Subiaco Oval, tearing both his anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments but worked hard throughout the year to return to play for Fremantle in 2009. Paul announced his retirement in 2010 after playing 208 games for the Fremantle Football Club kicking 131 goals. Paul then played for South Fremantle in the WAFL in 2011 and retired completely from football at the end of the season and was then offered the coaching position at South Fremantle in 2012 after John Dimmer resigned and is still the South Fremantle current league coach.

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