Paul Hudson (footballer)
|Full name||Paul Hudson|
|Date of birth||20 July 1970|
|Height/Weight||185 cm / 88 kg|
|1990 – 1996
1997 – 2001
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2002 season.
In 1990 Hudson followed in his father Peter's footsteps and joined Hawthorn, for which he would play until the end of the 1996 season. A half forward, in his six years at the club he kicked 264 goals. In 1991, just his second year of AFL football, he finished fifth in the Brownlow Medal and kicked a couple of goals in their grand final victory. In the 1992 Pre Season Competition he won the first ever Michael Tuck Medal for his performance in the final. He was traded to the Western Bulldogs for the 1997 season and he earned All-Australian selection in 1998. He was traded to Richmond at the end of 2001 and only managed a handful of games before retiring in 2002.
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