The Jets are proud to announce Joel Campbell returning to the Club for 2019 after being a junior some eleven years ago.
Joel has teamed up with a Life Member of the Club, Matt Porter from GreyScans
Joel is 25 years of age and grew up in a small country town in Victoria where his passion for footy started. This year he moved back to Canberra after spending a few years on the east coast of Victoria. In 2017 he played at Bairnsdale Football Club and then moved last year to Lakes Entrance and found his niche playing in the back line. He enjoys the physicality that a backline position brings to the game and he looks forward to putting his hand up for further leadership opportunities with the Club. Joel returns to the Jets having played junior football with the Club from 2006 to 2008.
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(Rohan Wilson representing Matt Porter from GreyScans)