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Full name  Cale Edward Morton
Height/Weight  191 cm / 78 kg
Parents  Noel Morton
Draft  4th, 2007 Melbourne
Weight  78 kg

Original team(s)  Claremont
Height  1.92 m
Place of birth  Lake Grace
Name  Cale Morton
Education  Hale School
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Date of birth  (1990-01-18) 18 January 1990 (age 25)
Role  Australian rules football player
Siblings  Mitch Morton, Jarryd Morton
Similar People  Mitch Morton, Jarryd Morton, Jordan Gysberts

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Cale Morton (born 18 January 1990) is an Australian rules football player, recruited at pick 4 in the 2007 AFL Draft by the Melbourne Football Club.

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Morton is a midfield/forward with a penetrating and accurate kick as well as being a good winner of the ball, both in the air and at ground level. He was ranked first at the 2007 Draft Camp for aerobic capability, recording a 15.2 beep test result.

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Cale Morton attended Hale School in Western Australia and was a member of both the 1st XVIII football side and 1st XI cricket side, captaining the 1st XVIII in his final year at school.

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His two brothers also played in the AFL. Mitch played for Richmond Football Club and the Sydney Swans and Jarryd played for the Hawthorn Football Club.

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Cale also won the Larke Medal in 2007 for being the best player at the 2007 Under 18's National Championships.

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Melbourne Demons

In 2008 he won the best first year player award at the Melbourne Football Club. Cale was nominated for the NAB AFL Rising Star in Round 20, 2008.

West Coast Eagles

In the 2012 trade period, he was traded to the West Coast Eagles in exchange for pick 88. Morton looms as one of the trade bargains, lured back to Western Australia after five seasons and 73 games with Melbourne where he twice finished in the top 10 of the Demons’ best and fairest count.

Tall and athletic at 192 cm and 88 kg, Morton can play a variety of roles, but has spent most of his time through the midfield. The club traded selection 88, secured from Port Adelaide after trading Lewis Stevenson to the Power, to land Morton.

He was delisted at the end of the 2013 season.

References

Cale Morton Wikipedia


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