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James "Jim" Stynes (23 April 1966 – 20 March 2012) was an Irish footballer best known for his career as a professional Australian Rules footballer and administrator. He was also a philanthropist, charity worker and writer. During an extraordinary 264-game career with Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League, Stynes become the only non-Australian-born player to win the prestigious Brownlow Medal. After retirement he was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.

James "Jim" Stynes (23 April 1966 – 20 March 2012) was an Irish footballer best known for his career as a professional Australian Rules footballer and administrator. He was also a philanthropist, charity worker and writer. During an extraordinary 264-game career with Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League, Stynes become the only non-Australian-born player to win the prestigious Brownlow Medal. After retirement he was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.

Jim Stynes (April 23 1966 – March 20 2012) Jim Stynes was a professional Australian rules football player and administrator. He was born in Ireland and in 1991 became the only non-Australian born VFL/AFL player to win the Brownlow Medal. He had a 264-game career with the Melbourne Football Club and became president in 2008.

Jim Stynes (April 23 1966 – March 20 2012) Jim Stynes was a professional Australian rules football player and administrator. He was born in Ireland and in 1991 became the only non-Australian born VFL/AFL player to win the Brownlow Medal. He had a 264-game career with the Melbourne Football Club and became president in 2008.

he really meant it when he said "kiss my ass"

he really meant it when he said "kiss my ass"

ROBBIE FLOWER - MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB. REST IN PEACE MATE .

ROBBIE FLOWER - MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB. REST IN PEACE MATE .

Ron Barassi and sculptor Lis Johnson were at the unveiling of an "Australia Post Avenue of Legends" statue to honour premiership coach and Melbourne Football Club icon Norm Smith at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) yesterday http://auspo.st/PhOSYL

Ron Barassi and sculptor Lis Johnson were at the unveiling of an "Australia Post Avenue of Legends" statue to honour premiership coach and Melbourne Football Club icon Norm Smith

AFL Melbourne Football Club player Jack Viney. #MelbourneDay #MelbourneFC

AFL Melbourne Football Club player Jack Viney. #MelbourneDay #MelbourneFC

AFL Melbourne Football Club player Jack Watts. #MelbourneDay #MelbourneFC

AFL Melbourne Football Club player Jack Watts. #MelbourneDay #MelbourneFC

Bronwyn Davey has watched her younger brothers do it countless times, but she will be full of nerves when she runs onto the MCG for the first time. Bronwyn will wear the red and blue of the Melbourne Football Club against the Western Bulldogs in the first ever game of women’s football between two AFL clubs.

Bronwyn Davey has watched her younger brothers do it countless times, but she will be full of nerves when she runs onto the MCG for the first time.

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Jeremy Howe - Mark of the Year - Canvas (24' x 30') $299

Jeremy Howe - Mark of the Year - Canvas (24' x 30') $299

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