|Playing Career||1942-1944, 1946-1955|
|Premierships||2 – 1943, 1946|
|Lynn Medal||1943, 1948, 1953, 1955|
|Captain||1949, 1950, 1952, 1955|
|Club Patron||1990 - 2005|
|EF Team of the Century||1997|
|State Representative||18 Games|
|Fremantle Hall of Legends||1995|
|AFL Hall of Legends||2001|
|WA Football Hall of Fame||2004|
|Life Member WAFC||2006|
|Fremantle Legends Team||2007|
Jack SHEEDY (Legend)
‘Mr Football’, ‘Bible Jack’, ‘Naners’ are just some of the nicknames Jack has been given over his long involvement with football in Western Australia.
One of the most famous names in W.A. football, Jack began his senior playing career at the age of 15 in the Under Age competition during World War II. After the war he quickly settled back into football and was a member of the East Fremantle’s 1946 undefeated Premiership team. Jack was a tough, vigorous attacking player who went through, rather than around anyone in his path and was therefore always in the sights of opposition supporters. On the football field he was renowned for his leadership, handball mastery and brilliant kicking. Jack was Patron of the Club for a long period of time. A great Clubman.