Port Douglas product and former Redland Bomber, Jack Goodall put pen to paper before Christmas joining the Magpies as a permanent listed player for the 2019 Season.
Goodall moved down to Redland way back in 2012 to complete Year 12 as part of a footy scholarship program and was also a member of the Gold Coast Suns Academy. Suffering a freak ear injury and some ankle troubles in his early years hampered his progress, but Goodall has played some excellent footy at NEAFL level in both attack and defense, including earning a rising star nomination during the 2016 season for a best on ground performance vs NT Thunder.
Jack is a familiar face at the Magpies, having played regular senior football at McCarthy Homes Oval since 2014 and has been used in a variety of roles at the Magpies from key forward, key defence, ruck duties and even as a tall wingman. Now finding a permanent home in the black & white, he will also be looking to find a more permanent role after being a victim of both versatility and the stop start nature of bouncing between two clubs during a season.
An incredibly courageous player, with a strong work rate - he brings leadership, experience and a strong work ethic to our young group.