Alex Jesaulenko

Alex ”Jezza” Jesaulenko was a footballing genius who undoubtedly ranks amoungst the best to have played the game of Australian Rules. His ball-handling wizardry, cat-like balance and spectacular marking thrilled crowds for one and a half decades. He began his playing career in Canberra and in 1967 joined Carlton in the VFL. In 1970 Alex became the first Carlton player to kick 100 goals in a season. He joined St Kilda in 1980 where he finished his playing career. Alex played 15 games for Victoria and captained the Victorian team in 1975. He was chosen in the All-Australian side twice, and was three times third in the Brownlow Medal count. 1964-67      Eastlake 40 Senior Games ACT                5 Games 1967-79      Carlton 260 Games, 434 Goals 1967-81      Victoria 15 Games 1982-84      St. Kilda Coach 1989-91      Carlton Coach   Full Member AFL Born: 2 August 1945 Inducted: 1995