Jenner to play 100th SANFL Game
This week Kyle Jenner will play his 100th SANFL game
After starting his career with the Port Magpies (Being from the West Coast of South Australia) Jenner came to Centrals in 2009 and has since become a much loved character and fan favourite. Known for his competitiveness and Club first, self last attitude, Jenner shone in our 2010 Premiership year and last season was touted by many 'around the traps' as the SANFL's premier wingman. His ball getting ability and footy smarts make him a very dangerous player.
This year Jenner has been recognised from within the Club by being awarded a Vice-Captain of the current Central's League side.
While Jenner has battled injury early in the season, in recent weeks he has started to show glimpses of his characteristic form which highlights what an important cog he is in the Central's machine.
We wish Kyle all the best for the match against Sturt this weekend!
To view Kyle's player profile click here
|Kyle Jenner, in typical fashion at AAMI Stadium last season.|
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