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Peter Mann

Peter Mann initially played for Claremont in the WAFL before moving to North Melbourne in the AFL where he played 39 games after making his debut in 1991. With the entry of the second WA team he was lured home and was the Dockers chief forward in their initial season being their leading goal scorer with 33 goals and also won their Best and Fairest.

1996 season was not as productive kicking 26 goals and being fourth in the Best and Fairest. In 1997 he kicked 20 goals and took over as captain due to injuries to their inaugural skipper Ben Allan. He retired at the end of the 1999 season having played 40 games as Captain

He played 77 AFL games for the Dockers kicking 88 goals. Overall he played 116 games