Gavin Wanganeen

Gavin Wanganeen

Gavin Adrian Wanganeen (born 18 June 1973) is a retired Australian rules footballer, playing in two Australian Football League premierships with Essendon and Port Adelaide. Wanganeen is a Brownlow Medallist and is considered one of the finest indigenous players ever. He is the first cousin of brothers Aaron and Alwyn Davey.

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