- Andrew Jarman
Infobox afl player
firstname = Andrew
lastname = Jarman
| birthdate = Birth date and age|1966|1|14|df=y
originalteam = Northe Adelaide Football Club
heightweight = 177 cm / 91 kg
dead = alive
debutdate = 22 March 1991
debutteam = Adelaide
debutopponent = Hawthorn
debutstadium = AAMI Stadium
* North Adelaide (1983-1989)
* Norwood (1990, 1997)
* Adelaide (1991-1996) 110 games 92 goals
* South Australia 15 games
coach = yes
coachingteams = North Adelaide (2004-2008)
statsend = 2007
* North Adelaide Best & Fairest 1985, 1989
Fos Williams Medal1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1994
Magarey Medal1987, 1997
* North Adelaide Premiership player 1987
* Adelaide Life Membership 1996
* Norwood Premiership player 1997
* Norwood Best & Fairest 1997
* Adelaide Team of the Decade 1991-2000 (Centreman)
* North Adelaide Team of the Century (Centreman) 2001
* North Adelaide Life Membership 2006
* SANFL Hall of Fame 2007
Andrew Newton Jarman (born 14 January 1966) is a former
Australian rules footballer who played for Adelaide in the Australian Football League. An outstanding centreman at both SANFLand AFL level, his brother Darren was also an elite footballer.
Debuting in 1983 with North Adelaide, Jarman quickly established himself as an elite player with superb skills especially when disposing by handball. He capped a superb 1987 season with his first
Magarey Medaland a Premiership Medallion as the Roosters soundly defeated Glenelg in the Grand Final, stalling the Tigers' bid for three consecutive Premierships.
In 1990 Jarman left
Prospect Ovalfor Norwood.
In 1997 Jarman enjoyed a carbon-copy of his watershed 1987 season, winning both the
Magarey Medal(shared with Sturt's Brodie Atkinson) and his second Premiership Medallion as Norwood thrashed the Port Magpies in the season decider.
In 2001 Jarman was named in the centreman position of the North Adelaide Team of the Century [ [http://www.fullpointsfooty.net/all_star_teams_(n-z).htm#North%20Adelaide 'Official North Adelaide Team of the Century'] ] and awarded Life Membership in 2006. [ [http://www.nafc.com.au/history/lifemem.aspx 'NAFC Life Members'] ]
In 2007 Jarman was inducted into the
SANFLHall of Fame. [Rucci, M., [http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,22243895-12428,00.html 'McSporran joins SA legends'] , AdelaideNow, 14 August 2007]
Jarman was one of the first players selected on the
Adelaide Football Club's inaugural list for season 1991. Ironically, the Round 1 debut for both himself and the fledgling club pitted him against his brother Darren Jarman, also an AFL debutante, who had signed with Hawthorn.
After six successful seasons with the Crows, Jarman was one of the high-profile senior players delisted at the end of the 1996 season following the arrival of
Malcolm Blight. Jarman was awarded Life Membership of the club shortly afterward. [ [http://www.afc.com.au/Crows/TheClub/History/ClubLifeMembers/tabid/4495/Default.aspx 'AFC Life Members'] ] Despite speculation that Jarman would be named on Port Adelaide's inaugural AFL list for season 1997 this did not eventuate.
Jarman was named in the centreman position of the Crows Team of the Decade in 2000.
Jarman was an outstanding performer at Representative level, winning the
Fos Williams Medalno less than five times. Twice against Victoria (1989, 1994), twice against Western Australia (1986, 1987) and once for best afield in the one-off City versus Country clash in 1990.
Jarman was appointed coach of North Adelaide in 2004, taking the reigning wooden spooners to their first finals campaign in seven years. Under Jarman's tutelage the Roosters improved from being wooden spooners to 5th in 2004, 4th in 2005, 3rd in 2006, 2nd in 2007 than 7th in 2008. On the 10th of September 2008 Andrew Jarman was sacked by a club he has loved all his life.
* [http://www.fullpointsfooty.net/i-j.htm#Andrew%20Jarman%20(North%20Adelaide,%20Norwood,%20Adelaide) Bio at FullPointsFooty]
* [http://stats.rleague.com/afl/stats/players/A/Andrew_Jarman.html AFL Career Statistics at AFL Tables]
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