|Date of birth||4 August 1973|
|Original team(s)||Narrogin Eagles (UGSFL)|
|Debut||22 June 1996, West Perth
vs. East Perth, at Perth Oval
|Height||169 cm (5 ft 7 in)|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb)|
Narrogin Eagles (UGSFL)
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of Round 19, 2011.
A small and pacy rover, Pickett started his career in the 1990s with West Perth, playing three WAFL matches, but couldn't make an impact due to injuries. In 2001 he tried again, joining Peel Thunder and the following season became the first ever player from the club to win a Sandover Medal. He won his second Sandover Medal in 2004 while at Subiaco where he also enjoyed team success with four premierships.
Pickett is married with four children. His oldest son, Alliston, also plays for Subiaco, and in July 2010 made WAFL history by being the first ever father and son to play in the same league game. Pickett is related to Byron Pickett and Jeff Farmer. Pickett is credited with giving Farmer the nickname "Wizard".
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- Bulldogs keep finals on the horizon
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