Jarrod Berry is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Brisbane Lions in the Australian Football League.
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Berry was born and raised in Horsham, Victoria along with his younger brother, Tom Berry, who is also Jarrod’s teammate at the Brisbane Lions.
|Full name||Jarrod Berry|
|Date of birth||5 February 1998|
|Original team(s)||North Ballarat Rebels (TAC Cup)|
|Draft||No. 17, 2016 national draft|
|Debut||Round 3, 2017, Brisbane Lions
vs. St Kilda, at Etihad Stadium
|Height||192 cm (6 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||90 kg (198 lb)|
Jarrod was a standout junior, playing local football with the Horsham Saints and with the North Ballarat Rebels in the then, TAC cup. He was a standout bottom age player in the TAC cup, winning All-Australian and team of the year honours in 2015.
He was highly touted as a possible number 1 draft pick for the 2016 season, although injuries and inconsistent form hampered his top age year.
Berry captained Vic Country at the AFL Under 18 Championships in 2016, and he further improved his draft stock at the draft combine, winning both the 3 km time trial and the beep test, showing his competitiveness and endurance.
He was eventually selected at pick 17 in the 2016 AFL draft alongside his best mate, Hugh McCluggage.
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Sam berry is not related to Jarrod Berry as Jarrod Berry was 15 and had just finished training at the Horsham Saints’ football oval in western Victoria.
Every night after training during that 2013 season, Berry – with his dad Troy, younger brother Thomas and older brother Joel – would go home via Horsham Hospital (or “the hossy”, as they called it) to visit his mum, Jedda. Their final visit would be on a July evening.
Jedda had been diagnosed with breast cancer eight years earlier, after discovering a lump after Christmas holidays in 2005.
Her fight included a mastectomy, which the family hoped would be the end of the illness.
But after shifting 75 kilometres south-east, from Nhill to Horsham, Jedda discovered the cancer had spread to her bowel, and then into her bones. The family was told to prepare for the worst.
Jarrod Berry Fanfooty
Brisbane will challenge the one-match ban handed to midfielder Jarrod Berry in a bid to clear him for Friday night’s preliminary final against Geelong at the MCG.
Berry was charged with making “unreasonable or unnecessary contact to the eye region” of Melbourne star Clayton Oliver during Brisbane’s 13-point semi-final win on Friday night.
Oliver pinned the Lion to the ground and Berry appeared to make hand contact with the Demon’s face.
The Melbourne star complained to an umpire moments later, pointing towards his eyes in the process.
The incident was assessed as intentional conduct, high contact and low impact, drawing a one-match ban.
But the Lions confirmed on Sunday evening that they would challenge the ban at the AFL Tribunal.
Berry played a key role in the Lions’ come-from-behind 14.8 (92) to 11.13 (79) upset of Melbourne, and Brisbane desperately want him cleared to face the in-form Cats.
A fascinating Nfl finals tribunal showdown looms after Brisbane’s semi-final hero Berry was offered a suspension for his actions during a semi-final scuffle with Oliver on Friday night.
|Current club||Brisbane Lions|
|2017–||Brisbane Lions||104 (47)|
The Lions will now head to the tribunal to challenge the suspension handed to Berry, who claimed there was “nothing purposeful” in the contact he appeared to make to the eyes of Oliver in a spiteful third term at the MCG.
As the two tussled with Berry pinned on the MCG by Oliver over the top, vision showed the Lion reach up to his opponent’s face.
The Lions’ mid on Friday night said he wasn’t worried about a potential ban, saying the moment was “just a little scuffle in the centre of the MCG” and “part of the contest”.
He was eventually selected at pick 17 in the 2016 AFL draft.