Squads / First Team

Goalkeepers

Johnny Perkins

GK

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Goalkeeper

About Me: Irish-born keeper who has joined the club this season from Stirling Lions. He played for Shamrock Rovers in Ireland for seven years, and also represented the Senior Republic of Ireland National Futsal team. He headed down under and played four season at Ashfield, before heading to the Lions, and was the clubs Player of the Year last season.

Fraser Greenwood

GK

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Goalkeeper

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Defenders

Adam Tong

#2

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Right Back, Centre Back

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Shane Cassidy

#3

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Centre Back

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Ross Millard

#4

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Back, Left Wing

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Jack Jones

#5

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Position(s): Left Back, Left Wing

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Ryan McDarby

#6

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Back, Left Wing

About Me: Born in Perth, the tough tackling defender has settled in well at the club. He started his semi-pro career at ECU, before joining Mandurah City. He then moved to Stirling Lions, but badly broke his leg and missed most of last season. He joined ECU this season is back to full fitness and is regular member of the first team squad.

Andy Higgins

#7

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Back, Left Wing

About Me: Born in Perth, the talented defender is another player to come through the ECU academy set up. After impressing on a trial at Portsmouth in 2010, he was signed by Pompey on a two year scholarship. He moved back to Australia in 2012 and joined the Perth Glory Youth side before joined Heathridge in 2013, and re-joined ECU last season.

Cian Hirrell

#8

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Back, Left Wing

About Me: The Irish defender made his debut in 2015 and never looked out of place. He was outstanding on the right of the back four, as they created a new NPL record by not conceding a goal in five games. He reads the game well and has a good engine going forward and defending.

Cian Hirrell

Midfielders

Steven McGarry

#7

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Right Mid, Centre Mid

About Me: The experience Scotsman joined the club in 2016 and brought some stability to the middle of the park. The former St Mirren and Perth Glory midfielder was vital in the engine room in the middle of the park, and he leads by example and the other players followed, and his free kicks got the Jacks out of trouble in games last season. He will up for another good season as he looks to push the Jacks to the title

Josh Whitmore

#8

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Centre Mid, Defensive Mid

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Tommy Amphlett

#9

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Mid, Striker

About Me: The former Perth Glory winger continues to shine for the Jacks and his mazy runs and clinical finishing was a huge factor in the clubs resurgence. He struggled with injuries last season but the talented winger will be ready for a huge season and looking to increase his goal scoring treats, and his link up play with Gordon Smith and Daryl Nicol will be worth the admission price alone.

Shane Pickering

#10

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Mid, Striker

About Me: The defender / midfielder joined from Inglewood United in 2015 and he was one of the unsung heroes of the clubs resurgence. He was outstanding in the middle of the park last season and dropped back on a number of occasions to seal a tight Jacks defence. His work ethic is second to none, and he popped up with some important goals during the season, and will be a vital part of the side in 2018

Lukas De Lima

#11

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Mid, Centre Mid

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Declan Hughes

#12

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Left Mid, Striker

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Sam Pollard

#8

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Position(s): Centre Mid, Defensive Mid

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Forwards

Gordon Smith

#13

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Striker

About Me: Former Hearts, Raith Rovers and Stirling Albion striker joined the Jacks in 2016 and he was outstanding, and was joint winner of the PS4NPLWA Golden Boot, and was also selected in the WA State Side to play Perth Glory. His eye for goal and energy was crucial in the Jacks Top Four Finals run that season. His season was cut short late with injury, but he will be ready for another huge season in 2018.

Daryl Nicol

#14

Date of Birth: N/A

Position(s): Striker

About Me: The speedy Scottish striker joined the Jacks in last season’s transfer window from Scottish Highland side Cove Rangers, and hit the ground running, and was top goalscorer last season, and formed a great partnership with Gordon Smith and Tommy Amphlett. After a good pre-season he will ready for a big 2018 and his pace and guile will cause problems for all sides next season.