Kane Mitchell

Claremont   2008 – 2012     Games 87 Goals 57

Port Adelaide 2013 – 2015  Games 31 Goals 18

Port Adelaide Magpies 2014 – 2016 Games 23 Goals 25

Kane Mitchell (born 1 December 1989) is an Australian Rules Footballer who played for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the AFL.

Mitchell had an outstanding 2002 season with Claremont, winning the Sandover Medal for the best and fairest player in the WAFL with a record 58 votes (equalling Matt Priddis’ record for Subiaco in 2006),[1] the EB Cook Medal for Claremont’s best and fairest player,[2] and playing in Claremont’s premiership winning team 2011, kicking 3 goals.[3]

Mitchell was selected by port Adelaide with the 5th selection in the 2013 Rookie Draft. He was elevated from the Rookie List due to Nick Salter being placed on the long-term injury list,[5] he made his debut in round 1 against Melbourne at the MCG as a substitute in the fourth quarter. He scored his first AFL goal against GWS in Round 2.

In 2015, he was promoted to Port’s senior list.[6] He was delisted by the club in October,[7] but was re-drafted in the 2016 Rookie draft.

Mitchell was delisted again at the conclusion of the 2016 season when he took a year off football and returned to Claremont to play in 2018.