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Carlton's International XVIII

Tony De Bolfo, Carlton Media  July 5, 2016 11:14 AM

Carlton legend Alex Jesaulenko was named captain of the AFL's Multicultural Team of the Century. (Photo: AFL Media)

Carlton legend Alex Jesaulenko was named captain of the AFL's Multicultural Team of the Century. (Photo: AFL Media)

Some time ago, and with the assistance of the AFL and supporting statistician Stephen Williamson, a team of Carlton senior players, dubbed the “International XVIII” was named. The team comprised a starting 18 plus healthy interchange of six more players known to have been born overseas.

To that interchange can now be added a seventh and eighth – Zach Tuohy’s Irish-born contemporaries County Louth’s Ciaran Byrne and Cork’s Ciaran Sheehan.

Carlton's International XVIII (plus eight):

Backs Ted Brewis (born Bedlington, England) Michael Sexton (born Lae, Papua & New Guinea) Bernie Bignell (born Birmingham, England)
Half-backs Robbert Klomp (born The Netherlands) Val Perovic (born Croatia) Zach Tuohy (born Portlaoise, Ireland)
Centreline Milham Hanna (born Kantara, Lebanon) George Renwick (born Surrey, England) Wayne Blackwell (born London, England)
Half-forwards Ian Muller (born South Africa) Fred Pringle (born Assam, India) Henry McPetrie (born Cathcart, Glasgow, Scotland)
Forwards Tommy Hughes (born at sea, registered Launceston) Alex Jesaulenko - Captain-Coach (born Salzburg, Austria) Jim Coucher (born New Zealand)
Followers Warren Jones (born Wellington, New Zealand) Jim Davies (born Cardiff, Wales) Peter Bevilacqua (born San Marco in Lamis, Italy)
Interchange (from): Johnny Davies (born Wales) Bob Edmond (born Scotland) Harry Haughton (born New Zealand)
  Barney Lazarus (born London, England) Kris Massie (born Sweden) Charlie Meadway (born New Zealand)
  Ciaran Byrne (born Ireland) Ciaran Sheehan (born Ireland)  


Lebanese-born 1995 premiership player Mil Hanna was a fan favourite. (Photo: AFL Media)