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23 Feb
Brisbane office gets top draft pick with ex-Lions ruckman

ACORPP’s Brisbane office is fielding a high impact addition to its team with the recruitment of former Brisbane Lions player, Jamie Charman.

Jamie has joined the team as a property consultant after a 16-year career as player and commercial development manager with the Lions.

Jamie said he had always had a keen interest in the property market.  “I was involved in the development and renovation of several projects in and around footy,” he said.

“When Matt Buckley spoke to me about joining, I jumped at the chance to be part of another professional organisation.”

The appointment is bound to heighten the rivalry between Dockers and Eagles supporters within ACORPP and Jamie can expect to be on the receiving end of some colourful opinions whenever the Lions match up against a WA side.

Mind you at 1.97 metres and a weight of 101kg during his playing days might take the edge of some off those comments.

“I‘ve noticed there are too many Fremantle, Collingwood and West Coast supporters within the company,” he said  “I thought it would be an opportunity to convert them over to support a really great team - the Brisbane Lions!”.

The former ruckman made his debut against the Dockers in 2001 and played 129 games for the Lions before retiring in 2011 due to an ongoing Achilles tendon injury. 


Jamie Charman 




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