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Full name  Dale Morris
Height  1.9 m
Height/Weight  190cm / 93kg
Weight  91 kg
Position(s)  Defender
Career start  2005
Name  Dale Morris

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Date of birth  (1982-12-29) 29 December 1982 (age 32)
Original team(s)  Doutta Stars / Werribee
Draft  #19, 2005 Rookie Draft, Western Bulldogs
Role  Australian Rules Footballer
Similar People  Matthew Boyd, Robert Murphy, Jordan Roughead, Liam Picken, Nathan Hrovat

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Dale Morris (born 29 December 1982) is an Australian rules footballer who plays for the Western Bulldogs in the Australian Football League (AFL).


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Morris spent four years playing for Werribee Football Club in the Victorian Football League before being added to the Bulldogs' rookie list in the 2004 Rookie Draft. He quickly cemented his place in the Western Bulldogs' lineup, impressing many with his pace and consistency as a defender, and finished with 17 games for season 2005. He was elevated to the senior list at the end of 2005.

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Morris was selected in the back pocket of the 2008 All-Australian team, his first nomination.

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Morris plays in guernsey number 38.

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In Round 21, 2011, against the Essendon Bombers, Morris suffered a broken tibia in his lower right leg which prematurely ended his season. Morris returned to play one quarter in a Development Match game in Round 6, 2012, but suffered a stress fracture in the same leg which he broke in horrific circumstances in 2011. The injury sidelined Morris for the rest of the season.

Morris made his return to AFL in Round 1, 2013. In what was overall a successful campaign for Morris, he provided defensive solidity to the Bulldog's back line, and also managed to play all 22 games for the season.

In 2016, Morris was part of the Western Bulldogs premiership team that ended their long-standing premiership drought of 62 years. After the game, it was revealed that Morris had played the entire finals series with a fractured vertebrae.

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Statistics are correct to the end of the 2016 season

Honours and achievements

  • Team
  • AFL premiership: 2016
  • Pre-season premiership player: 2010
  • Individual
  • Doug Hawkins Medal: 2016
  • John Van Groningen Domestique Award: 2016
  • All-Australian: 2008
  • References

    Dale Morris Wikipedia