|Full name Beau Maister|
Height 1.94 m
Original team(s) Railways (GSFL)
Weight 96 kg
|Height/Weight 194 cm / 96 kg|
Career start 2005
Name Beau Maister
|Date of birth (1986-03-20) 20 March 1986 (age 29)|
Place of birth Albany, Western Australia
Draft 25th overall, 2005 Rookie Draft (West Coast) 64th overall, 2007 Rookie Draft (West Coast) 59th overall, 2008 Rookie Draft (West Coast) Rookie elevation, 2008 (West Coast) 68th overall, 2011 National Draft (St Kilda)
Role Australian Rules Footballer
Beau maister literally tripping over himself to hand the eagles the win
Beau Maister (born 20 March 1986 as Beau Wilkes) is an Australian rules footballer who played with St Kilda and the West Coast Eagles in the Australian Football League (AFL) and for the Claremont Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL).
- Beau maister literally tripping over himself to hand the eagles the win
- Beau maister s road to recovery
- 2005 10: Career with West Coast
- 2011: Career with Claremont (WAFL)
- 2012 14: Career with St Kilda
- Personal life
Beau maister s road to recovery
2005-10: Career with West Coast
Maister, then known by his previous surname of Wilkes, was drafted from the rookie list by the Eagles in 2004, 2006 and for the third time following the 2007 season and finally made his AFL debut in the Eagles' upset victory over Adelaide at Subiaco Oval in Round 9 of the 2008 AFL season. He was delisted at the end of 2010.
2011: Career with Claremont (WAFL)
In 2011, Maister played in Claremont's WAFL premiership side. He kicked five goals and was awarded the Simpson Medal as the best player on the ground.
2012-14: Career with St Kilda
In Round 5, 2012, he played his first game for St Kilda and impressed, kicking three goals before being subbed off.
On 22 June 2014, Maister announced his immediate retirement after 44 games in six seasons at the top level.
Maister's mother is a New Zealander. On 6 February 2013, Maister legally changed his name from Beau Wilkes to Beau Maister to keep his mother's maiden name alive.