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September 20th, 2019 by admin

Jacobi’s super season

On the burst: Jacobi Shaw (ball) makes a bust during a Mustangs match this year. Jacobi said his favourite players are Swans stars Luke Parker and Dan Hannebery.Manning Valley Mustangs tyro Jacobi Shaw has been recognised for an outstanding season by being named thebest and fairest playerfor the entire North Coast AFL under 11s competition.
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Jacobi’s individual award highlighted a positive inauguralyear for theMustangs, who entered an under 11s and 13s side in the North Coast AFL.

Jacobi, 11, was one of the team’sshining lights.

Making Jacobi’s achievement more impressive was the fact that it was the first time he had played competitive football,although he had competed in Auskick programs for several years, winning Auskicker of the year in 2014.

“I learned new things every week,” Jacobi said of the step up to competitive footy.

The Chatham Primary School student said he “always loved playing AFL”.

He plays cricket as well and reasons that the two sports compliment each other with their emphasis on catching and hand-eye co-ordination.

Jacobi usually plays ruckman but also spent time as a forward and a defender.

He said he wasn’t sure how many goals he kicked this year, which is a good indication that it was a fairly successful season in front of the sticks.

His performances were good enough to catch the eye of representative selectors, with Jacobi chosen alongside his Mustangs teammate Cooper Daniel in the Mid North Coastunder 13 side, which played in a Northern Coast representative carnival.

Jacobi’s efforts throughout the year were recognised with him being named the Mustangs 11s best and fairest player as well, although he says awards aren’t his main motivation.

Jacobi goes up for a mark.

“I’m happy to get awards, but if someone else gets them I know they deserve it,” he said.

The tearaway was an interested spectator in the 2016 AFL grand final between the Western Bulldogs and the Sydney Swans, who he barracks for.While disappointed the Swans didn’t get up, he said the Bulldogs “deserved to win”.

At 11, Jacobi is already a strong advocate forAFL in the region.

“I’d like to encourage people to give AFL a try.I really like it, I’m not changing (sports) anytime soon.”

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