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Martin Clarke was born on 13 November, 1987 in Newry, United Kingdom. Discover Martin Clarke's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 33 years old?
|Age||34 years old|
|Born||13 November 1987|
|Birthplace||Newry, United Kingdom|
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Martin Clarke Height, Weight & Measurements
At 34 years old, Martin Clarke height is 181 cm and Weight 84 kg.
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Martin Clarke Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Martin Clarke worth at the age of 34 years old? Martin Clarke’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Martin Clarke's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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At the end of the 2014 season, Clarke was delisted by Collingwood and might return to play Gaelic Football with County Down.
"He was probably the stand-out player from the point of view that he had never played a game of Aussie Rules before ... It just showed that he has an enormous amount of will and want, and he had put in a lot of hard work. It was fantastic for him today – a good step.
On 10 October 2011, Clarke was traded from Greater Western Sydney to Collingwood in the 2011 AFL Draft, marking his return to the AFL. Clarke opted not to play in the International Rules Series between Ireland and Australia, instead completing the start of preseason training with his new team.
In the 2010 season, Clarke succeeded in establishing himself in the Down senior team. Down made it to the National League Div 2 final but were beaten by Armagh in Croke Park. His poor form in the early stages improved as Down reached the Ulster championship semi-final and recovered from defeat in this game to successfully make their way through the qualifiers. In the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-finals they recorded a surprise win over Kerry before narrowly overcoming Kildare in the semi-finals setting up and All Ireland final meeting with Cork Downs first since 1994. In the end however Down ended up on the losing end of a 0–16 to 0–15 scoreline, Clarke ended the game scoring 0–03.
Clarke announced his retirement from AFL on 24 September 2009, citing his desire to return home and to play Gaelic football, which he said had prompted him to decline the offer of another three-year contract in Australia and that "I could easily have stayed. But I think this is what I want to do more. I am more passionate about playing for Down than playing for Collingwood."
On one such occasion, he was able to do so at full speed in wet conditions while being closely pursued by an opponent which was featured on Before the Game. On 16 February 2007 he made his AFL debut in a preseason game against Sydney Swans at the North Sydney Oval. He had an outstanding game which led Pies assistant coach Gavin Brown to say
Clarke made his debut in a premiership season game on Saturday, 23 June 2007, also against the Swans. Again, his game was outstanding, with 20 possessions in front of a crowd of 64,222 at Sydney's Telstra Stadium. His second game came in Round 13 against Hawthorn on 1 July 2007. In another promising display, Clarke picked up nineteen possessions and three goals, playing on former brownlow medallist Shane Crawford in a sell out crowd in front of 50,248 at Melbourne's Telstra Dome. His three-goal onground performance earned him a nomination in the NAB AFL Rising Star award in just his second game. Clarke started 2008 in a run of poor form which saw him dropped from the Collingwood side to play the Brisbane Lions. He didn't return for several weeks later and combined with a run of injuries did not recapture his 2007 form. Clarke was ruled out of representing Ireland in the 2008 International Rules Series due to an ankle injury.
He was first alerted to AFL scouts in the 2005 MacRory Cup final, at which the Australian U17 international rules football team was present. He was invited to an AFL training camp in July 2006. He impressed scouts even more and on 22 August 2006 signed a contract with Collingwood Football Club, becoming the first ever truly international rookie for the club. In October 2007, when Clarke returned home from Australia for a three-week holiday and during that time helped his local club An Ríocht GAC lift its first ever Down Division One league title, defeating Kilcoo in the final. Clarke scored 2–1 in the final, which was played under lights in Pairc Esler, Newry on 26 October 2007. In 2008 Clarke lined out for An Ríocht. Clarke was dubbed by Collingwood assistant coach Guy McKenna as "the Irish equivalent of Nathan Buckley".
Clarke was an outstanding underage Gaelic football talent. He starred for Down GAA Minors, helping them to the 2005 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship and also played a large part in bringing his school (St Louis, Kilkeel), to 2 MacRory Cup finals in 2005 and 2006, and also to a MacLarnon Cup and an All Ireland Colleges 'B' title in as many years. He was part of the Down under-21 team that won an Ulster Championship in 2005. Clarke scored 3 goals and 20 points in an under 14 club game and 18 points in a schools game. He played senior football at local club level with An Ríocht as a centre half forward.
Martin "Marty" Clarke (Irish: Máirtín Ó Cléirigh; born 13 November 1987) is a Gaelic and former Australian rules footballer who played for the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL) from 2007 to 2009 and again from 2012 to 2014.