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Justin Peckett

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Height/Weight  182 cm / 83 kg
Height  1.82 m
Years  Club
Weight  83 kg
1992–2006  St Kilda
Original team  Karingal, Victoria
Name  Justin Peckett

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Date of birth  (1972-10-05) 5 October 1972 (age 43)
Debut  Round 4, 22 April 1992, St Kilda Football Club v. Hawthorn, at Moorabbin Oval
Role  Australian Rules Footballer

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Justin "Frankie" Peckett (born 5 October 1972) is an Australian rules footballer in the Australian Football League (AFL).

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Picked up by the Saints as an impressive 16-year-old, in 1990 Peckett won the St Kilda under 19's best and fairest and remained on the list for the 1991 season, before he was delisted at the end of the year.

He was picked up in the 1992 Pre-season draft at pick #49 to resurrect his career, and debuted late that season (receiving limited game time in his only game for that year). He was selected as a utility player who could play a number of roles, particularly as a small midfielder or a small half back player. He finished second in the Trevor Barker Award, St Kilda's award for their best and fairest player, in 1994 and third in 1997.

Peckett played in St Kilda’s 1996 AFL Ansett Australia Cup winning side

Peckett played in 22 of 22 matches in the 1997 AFL Premiership Season home and away rounds in which St Kilda Football Club qualified in first position for the 1997 AFL Finals Series, winning the club’s second Minor Premiership and first McClelland Trophy.

Peckett was a stalwart of the St Kilda Football Club, and was part of an experienced group of veterans at the Saints who have decided to continue on in 2006 for one last shot at a premiership. These players included Stephen Powell, Andrew Thompson and Robert Harvey, however a premiership did not eventuate for the club in 2006, with Peckett announcing his retirement soon after the club's exit from the finals series.

Peckett is married to Teresa and has seven children.

Peckett was one of the four St Kilda players featured at the start of the 1995 music video Greg! The Stop Sign!! by Australian band TISM.

References

Justin Peckett Wikipedia


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