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Dixon was recruited by the Power in the 2015 trade period in exchange for Pick 10 and a 2016 second-round pick. Provides Port with a powerful, straight-kicking, big marking target. Happy to chase and tackle and with unexpected speed for a big man, Dixon is a no-nonsense footballer who has endeared himself to the Port Adelaide faithful with his repeated efforts and important goals. TIMELINE 2016 Joined Port Adelaide from Gold Coast and had a steady year in Power colours. Debuting against St Kilda he provided a tall target, but found himself often drawing the opposition's No. 1 defender with Jay Schulz out of the side through injury for much of the year. Missed most of the end of the season with injury sustained against North Melbourne. 2017 The powerful forward kicked 49 goals and averaged nearly 15 disposals a game in 2017. Dixon was an influential player in the elimination final, and his tackling pressure throughout the year was also a clear standout. He was the runner-up in the 2017 John Cahill Medal. 2018 Dixon played the first 20 games of the season before breaking his ankle in a marking contest against West Coast at Adelaide Oval. The tall forward kicked 26 goals, with a haul of five majors against the Western Bulldogs in Ballarat his best return of the year.At A Glance Junior Clubs: Redlands, Cairns (Qld) Clubs: Gold Coast (2010 local talent access selection), Port Adelaide (2015 trade period) Debut: R2, 2011 Recruited from: Gold Coast Sponsors: Russo Produce, Garreffa Family Trust
Charlie Dixon
Dixon was recruited by the Power in the 2015 trade period in exchange for Pick 10 and a 2016 second-round pick. Provides Port with a powerful, straight-kicking, big marking target. Happy to chase and tackle and with unexpected speed for a big man, Dixon is a no-nonsense footballer who has endeared himself to the Port Adelaide faithful with his repeated efforts and important goals. TIMELINE 2016 Joined Port Adelaide from Gold Coast and had a steady year in Power colours. Debuting against St Kilda he provided a tall target, but found himself often drawing the opposition's No. 1 defender with Jay Schulz out of the side through injury for much of the year. Missed most of the end of the season with injury sustained against North Melbourne. 2017 The powerful forward kicked 49 goals and averaged nearly 15 disposals a game in 2017. Dixon was an influential player in the elimination final, and his tackling pressure throughout the year was also a clear standout. He was the runner-up in the 2017 John Cahill Medal. 2018 Dixon played the first 20 games of the season before breaking his ankle in a marking contest against West Coast at Adelaide Oval. The tall forward kicked 26 goals, with a haul of five majors against the Western Bulldogs in Ballarat his best return of the year.At A Glance Junior Clubs: Redlands, Cairns (Qld) Clubs: Gold Coast (2010 local talent access selection), Port Adelaide (2015 trade period) Debut: R2, 2011 Recruited from: Gold Coast Sponsors: Russo Produce, Garreffa Family Trust
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Player Honours
Runner-Up Best & Fairest
Years award won:
2017
Player Honours
Club Leading Goalkicker
Years award won:
2017, 2020
Player Honours
Marcus Ashcroft Medal (QClash Best on Ground)
Years award won:
2015
Player Honours
Community Award (Gold Coast)
Years award won:
2014
Player Honours
Runner-up Coleman Medal
Years award won:
2020
Player Honours
All Australian
Years award won:
2020
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