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Zac Fisher

#25   Carlton Blues
Age: 24yr 1mth    Games: 93     Born: June 15, 1998     Origin: Perth
Height: 179cm     Weight: 76kg     Position: Forward
Last Drafted: Round 2, Pick #27 2016 National Draft by Carlton Blues
Supercoach Price: $392,100   Supercoach Profile
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Contract Status: RFA at the end of 2025   AFL Player Contracts
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Zac Fisher Biography

Wednesday, 20 April 2022
Zac Fisher wins the goal of the round for round 5 of 2022.

Thursday, 4 March 2021
Carlton is planning to play Zac Fisher as a permanent small forward in 2021.

"I originally had plans to keep improving as a midfielder. But after round one when I did my syndesmosis I had a few weeks to think. I was eight weeks off legs and I was out for 12 to 15 weeks, so I thought my running capacity wouldn't allow me to play midfield to the level I wanted to. I thought that when I'd come back, I'd play that small forward role," Fisher said.

"It's what the team needed. I'm not saying he doesn't want to go into the midfield at some stage, but he committed to it. From that point on, he's spent all of his energy and effort in becoming the best that he can be and learning the craft," Blues coach David Teague said of Fisher.

Monday, 5 October 2020
Zac Fisher signs a new deal with Carlton to remain at the club until at least the end of 2023.

"This year Zac has shown his versatility and commitment to do everything he can to help this football club succeed," Carlton's head of list management, Nick Austin, said.

"His ability to adapt to a new role up forward has added another aspect to his game and will be a real asset for our side moving forward."

Tuesday, 24 July 2018
Daniel Howe is slapped with a three-week ban for tripping Carlton's Zac Fisher at the AFL Tribunal.

In conjunction with his two-week ban for striking Patrick Cripps in the same game, Howe will now miss Hawthorn's final five games of the home and away season through suspension.

It means the only way Howe will play again this season is if the Hawks make the finals.

Monday, 23 July 2018
Zac Fisher is ruled out for the rest of the 2018 with a confirmed fractured fibula sustained from an apparent trip by Hawk Daniel Howe.
Sunday, 22 July 2018
Zac Fisher limps from the field late in the first quarter of Carlton's loss to Hawthorn after his leg turned in a tackle, suffering what the club fears may be a fracture.
Friday, 27 April 2018
Zac Fisher extends his contract with Carlton for another season and will remain at the club until the end of 2021.

"In only his second year, Zac still has a fair way to go and we know he will continue to improve, but we've been very impressed by his footy smarts and his ferocity at the ball," Carlton coach Brendon Bolton said.

"He is a terrific young man who has settled in seamlessly at the club, and Zac's contract extension is a reflection on the belief he has in this playing group and the direction they're heading in."

Saturday, 15 April 2017
Zac Fisher makes his AFL debut for Carlton at Docklands Stadium with 12 disposals (7 kicks and 5 handballs), 3 marks, 5 tackles and a goal in a 26-point loss to Gold Coast.
Friday, 14 April 2017
Zac Fisher will make his debut this week for Carlton against Gold Coast at Etihad Stadium.

"Zac Fisher is an elite kick - he'll learn what the tempo of AFL footy is all about, no doubt, on the weekend," Carlton coach Brendon Bolton said.

"But he's a really good decision-maker, a left-footer.

"We know Fev was also a good kick, so let's hope he has a reputation as being a really good kick for our side in time."

Friday, 25 November 2016
Carlton select Zac Fisher with pick No.27 in the 2016 National Draft.

"A small on-baller but he's very clever and can really play," Carlton list manager Stephen Silvagni said.

"He has good skills, is a really good decision-maker and has quick hands.

"He won the WA best player award at the national championships and can play midfield and half-forward."

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