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Mitchell Hahn
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Personal information
Birth 10 May 1981 (1981-05-10) (age 28)
Recruited from Northern Eagles, Queensland
Height and weight 188cm / 99kg
Playing career¹
Debut Round 10, 14 May 2000, Western Bulldogs vs. Sydney, at SCG
Team(s) Western Bulldogs (2000 — )

146 games, 120 goals

¹ Statistics to end of Round 9, 2009 season
Career highlights

Mitchell Hahn (or Mitch, born 10 May 1981) is an Australian rules football player for the Western Bulldogs.

Originally from Brisbane in Queensland, he was chosen in the 1999 National AFL Draft at number 37, a trade the Bulldogs had received from Richmond in exchange for Leon Cameron. As at the end of the 2005 season he had played 91 games and was considered part of the Bulldogs' leadership group.

The 2006 Record describes Hahn as being "immensely strong" with a "bullocking style of play". During a win against the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba in Round 18 2006, he hyperextended and severely injured his left knee upon landing after a running jump and laid on the ground clutching it. The game was held up as he was taken off on a stretcher. The injury forced him to miss the rest of the season and earlier parts of 2007. In the same game in 2007 at Brisbane he kicked the most spectacular goal of his career, a right footed right boundryline goal from a long distance away. Hahn plays in number 8.

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References

  • AFL Record 2006 Season Preview, ed. Michael Lovett, AFL Publishing.
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