The West – Jordan Clark is yet to achieve anything in football that has matched the “ripper feeling” of taking a hat-trick for Australia’s under-16 cricket team against Pakistan.

Summary

  • Jordan Clark is yet to achieve anything in football that has matched the “ripper feeling” of taking a hat-trick for Australia’s under-16 cricket team against Pakistan.
  • He has since progressed in both cricket and football, impressing WAFC State talent manager Adam Jones with his courage and ability to adapt to a variety of roles at school, club and State level.
  • Camera IconWA’s Jordan Clark handballs against Vic Metro at Optus Stadium last month.Picture: Paul Kane/Getty Images“He’s never really done a proper football pre-season because of his cricket commitments,” Jones said.
  • Clark, who has played first-grade cricket for Rockingham-Mandurah, missed out on a WACA contract this year and remains torn between his two sporting loves.
  • Clark hopes to break into Claremont’s league or reserves team once his football commitments with Guildford Grammar are complete.


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