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A modern-day icon of North Melbourne, Jack Ziebell has been able to evolve and adjust his game to fit the ever-changing needs of the club over his career.

With 239 games under his belt at the end of the 2021 season, Ziebell has played consistently in all three lines over his career. Initially drafted as a midfielder, he swung forward after the likes of Nick Dal Santo and Shaun Higgins came into the side, before moving into defence in 2021.

His potential as a leader was one of his most attractive traits as a new draftee, with the AFL taking notice of his leadership qualities by naming him vice-captain of the 2013 22Under22 side. He took on the role of vice-captain at North under Andrew Swallow in 2014 at just 23 years of age, before succeeding the midfielder at the end of 2016 to become the 37th captain of the club.

No matter his position on the ground, the skipper’s most noticeable traits are his elite kicking and dogged determination, consistently finding targets by foot while always throwing himself into the contest.

North Melbourne debut: Round 1, 2009
Career Brownlow votes: 52

2021: Ziebell’s 2021 saw him move into the back line under David Noble, a move that paid off in spades for the skipper.

With the back line in a state of flux early in the season due to injury and illness to key personnel, Ziebell’s leadership from the back was a major contributor to the improvement and performances of the likes of Ben McKay and Aiden Bonar, despite still learning on the job himself.

Ranking in the top ten for kicks and rebound 50s per game, and the top 20 for metres gained and effective disposals per game, Ziebell put together arguably a career best year in 2021, culminating in a third place finish in the Syd Barker Medal.

After signing a two-year extension at the end of the season, Ziebell’s strong positive influence both on and off the field will remain key attributes to the evolution and progression of the club.
Jack Ziebell
A modern-day icon of North Melbourne, Jack Ziebell has been able to evolve and adjust his game to fit the ever-changing needs of the club over his career.

With 239 games under his belt at the end of the 2021 season, Ziebell has played consistently in all three lines over his career. Initially drafted as a midfielder, he swung forward after the likes of Nick Dal Santo and Shaun Higgins came into the side, before moving into defence in 2021.

His potential as a leader was one of his most attractive traits as a new draftee, with the AFL taking notice of his leadership qualities by naming him vice-captain of the 2013 22Under22 side. He took on the role of vice-captain at North under Andrew Swallow in 2014 at just 23 years of age, before succeeding the midfielder at the end of 2016 to become the 37th captain of the club.

No matter his position on the ground, the skipper’s most noticeable traits are his elite kicking and dogged determination, consistently finding targets by foot while always throwing himself into the contest.

North Melbourne debut: Round 1, 2009
Career Brownlow votes: 52

2021: Ziebell’s 2021 saw him move into the back line under David Noble, a move that paid off in spades for the skipper.

With the back line in a state of flux early in the season due to injury and illness to key personnel, Ziebell’s leadership from the back was a major contributor to the improvement and performances of the likes of Ben McKay and Aiden Bonar, despite still learning on the job himself.

Ranking in the top ten for kicks and rebound 50s per game, and the top 20 for metres gained and effective disposals per game, Ziebell put together arguably a career best year in 2021, culminating in a third place finish in the Syd Barker Medal.

After signing a two-year extension at the end of the season, Ziebell’s strong positive influence both on and off the field will remain key attributes to the evolution and progression of the club.
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North Melbourne Captain
Years award won:
2017 - present
North Melbourne Vice Captain
Years award won:
2014 - 2016
Syd Barker Medal - Runner Up
Years award won:
2016
Syd Barker Medal - Third Place
Years award won:
2021
22Under22 Team
Years award won:
2013 (interchange, vice-captain)
Rising Star Nomination
Years award won:
2009 (Round 7)
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