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Warren Dean
Dean
DOB
9/3/1964
Height
188 cm
Weight
83 kg
Junior club
Arrived
Pick 24 in the 1990 pre-season draft
Number
Games
0
Departed
Delisted at the end of the 1990 season
Other clubs
Subiaco (WAFL) 1982-1986, 1990
Melbourne (VFL) 1987-1989

Subiaco product Warren Dean played 32 games for Melbourne before returning to Perth, but could not manage a senior game for the Eagles.

Melbourne careerEdit

Forward-wingman Dean joined Melbourne as West Coast were being formed, playing 19 games for the Demons in 1987 including kicking three goals in an elimination final. He added just 13 games in the next two seasons as he was hampered by a knee injury.

West Coast careerEdit

After leaving the Demons at the end of 1989 Dean was picked up by West Coast in the pre-season draft, but only managed one WAFL game due to injury.

Post-VFL careerEdit

Dean moved to Dunsborough and ran a roadhouse.[1] In 2018, his son Lucas received a football scholarship to the University of Texas San Antonio as a punter.[2]

StatsEdit

AFL Gm G B K M H D T WAFL Gm G
1990 0 Subi 1 1

ReferencesEdit

http://afltables.com/afl/stats/players/W/Warren_Dean.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Dean

http://demonwiki.org/tiki-index.php?page=Warren+Dean

http://waflfootyfacts.net/player/stats.php?PlayerID=1604

  1. Sharon Kennedy, ABC (22 August 2012), "Back in the changerooms and sing the song": http://www.abc.net.au/local/audio/2012/08/22/3573470.htm
  2. Steve Butler, The West Australian (3 December 2018), "Son of WA superboot heads to US on scholarship": https://thewest.com.au/news/wa/son-of-wa-superboot-heads-to-us-on-scholarship-ng-b881037987z"
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